Betrayer is a bit of an odd game. Arriving from some of the creative team who spearheaded the likes of F.E.A.R. and No One Lives Forever, it plonks you down in a monochrome representation of the New World with no real information about where you are or what it is that you're supposed to be doing, and lets you figure out pretty much everything for yourself.
It looks fantastic -- the black and white aesthetic setting an eerie tone -- and Betrayer's striking visuals are nicely complimented with environmental sound design that really pops, but the progression is a little stilted, and it'll be interested to see how (and if) the game kicks on from text snippets to something a little more grandiose.
It's a game that presents you with an ever-increasing number of questions early on, and you'll have to wait for the review in a day or two to see if they get answered. In the meantime, however, here's a little taster of the game's opening scenes.