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Submitted by MaideninBlack 734d ago | news

Shinji Mikami Promises That The Evil Within Will Make You Wet Your Pants

Director Shinji Mikami reveals additional information for his upcoming survival horror game. (PC, PS3, PS4, The Evil Within, Xbox 360, Xbox One)

fsfsxii  +   734d ago
COME @ ME BRO!!

Amnesia was close to that for me, TEW can hopefully make that.
kingmushroom  +   733d ago
Oh ! Pleas make me wet my pants !!!!
GreenRanger  +   733d ago
But i'm not wearing any pants....
DarkBlood  +   733d ago
obviously your wearing a full powered suit :P
camel_toad  +   733d ago
I already did. Granted it had nothing to do with the game, it's just a hobby for me.
0pie  +   733d ago
My body is ready (my underwear too)
Blasphemy  +   733d ago
Didn't he say the same thing about Resident Evil 4? Look how that turned out... just saying.
kyrowomoqom   733d ago | Spam
jay2  +   733d ago
Better buy some nappies then.

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