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Submitted by ParadisePony 805d ago | preview

Why Slender: The Arrival Beta May Be The Scariest Game Yet

Game Inquirer says: "Recently we’ve seen a number of exciting new horror titles both indie and mainstream, and while some of them seemed to lean too much toward the action shooter crowd (Resident Evil 6 and Dead Space 3 we’re looking at you) there was one that stood out head and shoulders above the rest as likely one of the most terrifying games ever created. Slender: The Eight Pages." (PC, Slender: The Arrival)

Snookies12  +   805d ago
The Arrival is REALLY well done, I love the camera effects and the sounds it makes when he's near. His character model looks fantastic as well. I cannot wait to see all the levels in this game when it officially comes out.
user9841288  +   805d ago
Im really looking forward to this. I saw a video on ign I think that showed them playing the 8 pages beta and it looked really good.

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