EvilWithin.net writes: "Someone present at the Behind Closed-Doors demonstration at E3 was able to film the last part of The Evil Within demo, where the environments morphs and Sebastian confronts "Re-Bone Laura", check it out below."
Well, that was creepy. Why didn't they show this for the public? Maybe the game isn't ready yet.
It wasn't that creepy. Nothing was shown really but the blood looks nice. Now, that first person Outlast game shown at the Sony conference looks scary as hell.
-.- This game does look creepy. I only play my horror games from 11pm-3am with my 7.1 headsets on and I know know for a fact that I'll enjoy this game. Why is everyone hating on it? In my opinion it looks pretty damn good. It's not for everyone, its for horror fans. If you don't like horror games then shoo~
^ Are you serious? What's creepy about this vid? I love horror games but wtf is going on here? Nothing, just walking down a bloody hallway. Wanting to see more because nothing happened in this leaked video = hating? WOW. Shaky leak cam doesn't help either. It could end up being the creepiest game of all time and yet this video fails to hint any indication because nothing happened.
reminds me 100% of Dead Space atmosphere and creatures. let's see what it turns out to be in the end.
It's looks and plays like Silent Hill , man the Blood effects looked amazing !
is my fault for expecting something original
What a cheeky chappy, sneaking a camera in like that. He really should have tried to get a better angle though!
That was awesome! very creative stuff GZ! Mikami-san cant w8 for this game super-excited! :D
I don't even care if it ends up being average, I'm so pumped for this game and so happy to see a return to proper survival-horror. And smh at the people who are already bagging it out. Even if you don't like the look of it, can't gamers just be happy that a new IP is being created? And one in a niche genre, too! That can only be a good thing imo.
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