Terror Redefined: New Details on The Evil Within

Aside from being directed by survivor horror mastermind, Shinji Mikami (Resident Evil), not much was known about The Evil Within until Bethesda officially announced the game’s title via a terrifying live-action teaser trailer back in April. Even then, however, details were pretty scarce about Tango Gameworks’ horrifying, new IP, severely limiting what fans of the genre could expect, but not necessarily eliminating the hope that Mikami’s newest creation would bring survivor horror back to its roots. With this year’s E3 unveiling more and more information on the most highly-anticipated titles, it only seemed fitting that more details would emerge for The Evil Within. After a brief look at some in-game footage, it became quite apparent why horror aficionados have every reason to be excited about Tango Gameworks’ promising title. The Evil Within brings back terror with a blood-soaked capital T.

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WolfOfDarkness2004d ago

The game is combination Of Resident Evil and Silent Hill , It looks amazing .

Tdmd2004d ago

Is there any public in-game footage for it yet? I can't wait to see something!

scofios2004d ago

Here is some gameplay from E3.

GentlemenRUs2004d ago

Well he did develop both games back in the day ;)

Jhandville19922004d ago (Edited 2004d ago )

Shinji Mikami has the potential to bring survivor horror back onto consoles. PC gamers have had terrifying games like Amnesia to keep them quivering for a while. I wish they would release a console version of that game.

Jhandville19922004d ago (Edited 2004d ago )

Honestly, I've grown tired of action-heavy titles in the genre like Resident Evil 6. I want to be scared, fearful and vulnerable, not have enough ammunition to take down a small army. I'm glad The Evil Within seems to be on the right track when it comes to delivering scares and an intriguing, tension-filled experience.

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