Elspeth Holliday chooses a DeLisle carbine as one of her weapons. The game is set in 1941, yet the DeLisle carbine did not even exist on paper until the following year, and a prototype was not produced until 1943. See more »
Blair Witch vol. I: Rustin Parr is far from be the best game ever made, but it have some good things in it. The year is 1941 and you takes the role of Elspeth "Doc" Holliday, and investigator from the agency Spookhouse, and deals with supernatural activities. She is called to investigate stranger murderers of children in Burkittsville, the city of the Blair Witch. During the story, Doc will have to talk with local people, walk (and be lost sometimes...) in the forest and discover the truth behind the Blair Witch. The game uses the Nocturne engine, and it have some good graphics, but some times it goes really slow, specially when there is more than four characters in the screen. It have some scary atmosphere, and the clues and puzzles that you will find are interesting in some points. Is of course the best game in the Blair Witch Trilogy.
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