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Submitted by NYC_Gamer 678d ago | interview

The Evil Within: Shinji Mikami on the creation of Xbox One's first horror game

OXM:Shinji Mikami is a man of few words. Compared to the loquaciousness of most Western developers and executives eager to reel off their latest marketing pitch, he's almost mute - possibly because his CV speaks for itself. After creating the original Resident Evil and with it the genre of survival horror, he oversaw some of Capcom's most cherished - if not most successful - releases, including Viewtiful Joe and Killer 7, as well as one-time Resi spin-off Devil May Cry. (Shinji Mikami, The Evil Within, Xbox One)

1OddWorld  +   678d ago
It's also on PS4. Title can be misleading :D
PFFT  +   678d ago
Yes BUT since its an Xbox only website they wont be advertising for the Ps4 version only the Xbox one.
XboxFun  +   678d ago
I hope this game brings back that Resident Evil 2/Silent Hill 2 type of horror and suspense back to gaming.

@1oddWorld
Title is not misleading since this story is featured on an Xbox site.
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XboxFun  +   678d ago
Yes, both games are coming out for the X1 and PS4.
Deadpoolio  +   678d ago
Yes actually it is misleading...It does kind of read that it's a One80 exclusive when it's actually multiplat...They don't have to mention Sony by name but there really is no reason to ignore it being multiplat
Transporter47  +   678d ago
Should say creation of the First Next Gen Horror Game.
CGI-Quality  +   678d ago
Which sill wouldn't be true, since Outlast and Day Light are next gen horror games for PS4.
Transporter47  +   678d ago
Idk then. How about First Next Gen Survival Horror Game by Shinji Mikami.
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2cents  +   677d ago
lol,
Political correctness gone mad!
christocolus  +   678d ago
Nice didn't even know it was coming to xbx one too..as he stated earlier i hope he uses kinect2 in a revolutionary way...
2cents  +   677d ago
I agree,

There could be some great implementations

Such as controlling the tempo of the music based on heart beat.

Imagine if they matched our heart rate to vibrations in the triggers!

Waiting for a moment when you look away from the screen to pull a shocker on you.

Fitting dialogue based on our expressions, like... "oh you think that's funny?" or "Wipe that smile of your face" etc etc.

The possibilities are immense, here's hoping.
christocolus  +   677d ago
wow....dude you should be a developer....if they do implement such ideas it would be freaking awesome.
Doghead  +   678d ago
Hate when some guys go around fooling others, this is also on ps4...
Don't spread lies
HmongAmerican  +   678d ago
When he mention The Ring I know he might be on to something. I love Japanese horror films so this is a good thing for me.
Deadpoolio  +   678d ago
Except the ring wasn't good.....Neither the Japanese original or the god awful American adaptation the Ring 2 was even worse
joefrost00  +   678d ago
You sony fans are ridiculous
The title is misleading lol
Its an xbox website

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