Lethal Decision 2 – Hell Awaits
The Greek escape room market stands out in many aspects. One of them is that many companies opt for continuing a storyline from one room to the next one. While Paradox Project is the most exquisite representative of this trait, also horror escape rooms tend to use this resource.
When I love a movie or a book, I cannot wait to watch or read the next one of the series, so in Athens I get the same feeling when playing escape rooms.
Lethal Decision 2 was announced years ago, it was a long wait, but totally worth it. Those of us who survived Lethal Decision are back to try to fight evil once again.
I have to confess that before the game, I was a little bit skeptical whether the game was going to meet my expectations, because while I enjoyed Lethal Decision I did it a long time ago when the horror genre was a novelty to me and I was going in expecting yet another cursed house scenario, however this was not the case.
The tension builds up from the very arrival and the beginning is quite unconventional with a very good intro, which already sets the mood for the rest of the game.
To start with, for those who played Lethal Decision (and those who opted out) this game is completely different, so do not let your previous experience or lack thereof influence your decision. This is for me a must play game in Athens and I would easily place it in the Top 10 of more than 150 rooms played there.
The room has stunning performances, the way we are used from Athens, nice transitions, which are definitely not suitable for people with mobility issues and really cool riddles, such as for me the best variant of a classical escape room riddle and another riddle, which immediately made it into my list of memorable ones. Of course this is all combined with a great setting and all the elements that belong in a horror room, which I really don’t need to mention here.
There were not so many narrative elements, but I loved the ones present. It was done in a very original way that I really enjoyed.
If you add to all of the above a great finale, you end up with a room from which I exited clapping of pure enjoyment. Stop wasting time and go to Athens: Hell awaits!