Everybody's Gone to the Rapture Set to be Casual, But Immersive

Dealspwn reports: "Fancy something mildly disturbing? Ever wondered what it would be like if Lost and Silent Hill collided? Then you'll be wanting to take a look at The Chinese Room's new game coming exclusively to PS4, Everybody's Gone to the Rapture. The 'post-event' vibe in the trailer feels like there's some sort of menace just around the corner. What is 'the loop' that somebody was trying to close on the computer? These are questions raised by the brief trailer and we're sure you want to know more too."

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deep_fried_bum_cake1521d ago

I'm looking forward to this. They didn't show much but I love the concept.

ANIALATOR1361521d ago (Edited 1521d ago )

would love to know more. Love the fact its set in england

Megaton1521d ago

It's made by the people who made Dear Esther, so expect an extremely pretentious experience.

-Gespenst-1521d ago

"expect an extremely pretentious experience."

Now, if you had said that with regards to Irrational, I'd have agreed. thechineseroom on the other hand are actually really well read guys (well Dan Pinchbeck in particular) and are academics. Probably on par with Jonathan Blow in terms of their intellect. In other words, they actually know what they're doing.

Pintheshadows1521d ago

Nonsense. I doubt you have ever played Dear Esther if that is your view of it.

Thatguy-3101521d ago

Journey was the same and look how that turned out. This and Rime look remarkable and are continuing the trend of Sony bringing these emotional narrative experience to consoles.

ABeastNamedTariq1521d ago

The trailer made me feel some kind of way. Definitely looking forward to it.