Psychological horror game Breeder Homegrown: Director’s Cut from Sometimes You is one you should check out on PlayStation if you’re looking for a short experience. Learn more in our Breeder Homegrown: Director’s Cut review!
Breeder Homegrown: Director’s Cut is a short horror game from Sometimes You that you can complete in around 40-60 minutes depending on the choices you make and how you about exploring each spot. It places you in the shoes of an old man who ends up escaping from the clinic where he’s spent a big chunk of his life, and he ends up returning to his home where he remembers his childhood, both the good… and the bad. Since the game has “Director’s Cut” right there in its name, that means this version on PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita has streamlined dialogue, as well as fixes here and there for some bugs.
After breaking out of the clinic, grandpa makes his way to his house, which, for some reason, is packed with a lot of drawings here, there, and everywhere. You’ll be switching between grandpa and his young kid version as you play Breeder Homegrown: Director’s Cut. As you interact with the items in each area that you explore, you might end up triggering a flashback that will take you into the past, showing you what young David was experiencing many decades ago.
Since Breeder Homegrown: Director’s Cut is a game of the psychological horror type, it’s hard to talk about the story without spoiling the experience for those of you that might end up giving the game a go. This is twice as hard for a game like Breeder Homegrown: Director’s Cut, since you can complete the game in less than an hour, so anything else I mention could end up ruining this one for you. I will say that I liked the weirdness of the game, and I think it’s one you should check out. Breeder Homegrown: Director’s Cut is out on PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita, available for $4.99 on each platform.
This Breeder Homegrown: Director’s Cut review is based on a PlayStation 4 copy provided by Sometimes You.