Submitted by barefootgamer 1111d ago | interview

Game developer Red Barrels wants you to run for your life in Outlast

GamesBeat talks with Red Barrels co-founder David Chateauneuf about Outlast, an upcoming survival-horror game that draws inspiration from, of all places, Mirror's Edge. (Outlast, PC)

Tolkoto  +   1111d ago
I could always use more games like Mirror's Edge.
SybaRat  +   1111d ago
If only DICE took inspiration from Mirror's Edge...
yruudios   1111d ago | Spam
Human Analog  +   1110d ago
If Dice was smart, they would wait for the next gen. Then release Mirrors Edge II. At the beginning of the console cycle, there are never enough good games. That might give them enough focus, and attention to sell enough games that the franchise deserves, and it might rope in fans that otherwise would not try it because it was not a COD or Halo title.

As for this game Outlast. If they keep up this kind of quality, and attention to creepy-ness then it is going to be awesome. Lets keep out fingers crossed, and keep an eye on this one.

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