Submitted by MsMcClever 282d ago | opinion piece

The Evil Within: A Look at the Extended Gameplay Footage

This year has seen somewhat of a revival for truly scary survival horror games. Several games have attempted to recreate the utter terror and success of Amnesia: The Dark Descent. Bethesda is among those throwing their hat in the ring with The Evil Within. Bethesda is famous for their fantastic immersion and rich worlds, but will their talent for engrossing players carry over to the horror genre? (PC, PS3, PS4, The Evil Within, Xbox 360, Xbox One)

chrissx  +   282d ago
Looks like an authentic survival horror game. Looking forward 2 this
CEOSteveBallmer  +   282d ago
The New "Resident Evil" Mr. mikami, take capcom to school
Kyosuke_Sanada  +   282d ago
I think the author doesn't know that it's Tango Gameworks who are the main people developing the game.......
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