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Submitted by Ewok 291d ago | preview

The Evil Within - E3 2013 Preview | GameGrin

Survival horror has been grown into a pale, anaemic shadow of its former self. With the dilution of such iconic series as Resident Evil, Silent Hill and even the recent Dead Space, nothing seems safe from the sanitisation of terror. Thank heavens for Shinji Mikami and Tango Gameworks forthcoming The Evil Within, which brought real fear to E3. This was a horror game which managed to make two people leave during the presentation. Surely there can be no greater compliment. (E3, PS3, PS4, The Evil Within, Xbox 360, Xbox One)

fattyuk  +   291d ago
It's about time for a genuine "shit my pants" survival horror game.

Can't wait!
Pozzle  +   291d ago
It's great to see this game is getting so many positive previews.
XXXL  +   291d ago
Damn. Sounds fantastic. Can't wait to get slaughtered.
Treian  +   291d ago
Can't wait to play this when it comes out on PS4.

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