Chapters are bookended with scenes of an out-of-sight member of the group in a psychologist’s office – a trick we’ve seen before, notably in Silent Hill: Shattered Memories, though one used very differently here. Dr Hall, played by Peter Stormare, has a dismal bedside manner. He’s aggressive and seemingly speaks to the player as much as the patient, referring constantly to a game being played. There are story decisions to be made here, too, and while Stormare’s manner makes it clear from the start that all is not as it seems, a reveal is slowly, gracefully handled. After each Stormare scene is a ‘Previously on…’ recap of the story – handy if you haven’t played for a while, but needless when you’re tearing through the game in longer sittings.