Latest look at Shinji Mikami's upcoming survival horror.
Survival Horror is back. Thanks Shinji Mikami... you saved the genre again.
It's been alive and well on PC . . .
Keep disagreeing. That statement is entirely accurate. Don't be giving thanks to any AAA developers, now that they are looking at the money indie devs were bringing in on PC and decided they want a piece of it.
This game is going to flop like destiny trust me
Not sure how Destiny has flopped its been selling well... OT: This game can go either way looks good so far thou
Destiny cant flop when it 300 millions dollars in the first week. And no..this game wont flop.
Good god that looks incredible.
I agree, I wasn't all that interested in this until recently. This trailer makes it look even better. It is now on my radar.
That was awesome.
Shinji Mikami does this while Capcom continues to force co-op and other shit into Resident Evil. Is it that hard Capcom
What's with the disagrees? People don't think this will be a good game?
Very premature, we will only know if its good once we have played it.
The games out in less than a month well be able to try it before maybe with a demo. Or if you dont care about spoilers you can watch that PewDiePie fellow play the game.
Just checked that out (with the sound off because, well, Pewds . . ) Anyway. The game looks good, but in the same way where I see an indie horror title, know it looks good, but am well aware of the jank that comes with it. Except, this time, it's a $60 release and developed by a famed designer/director. It doesn't look bad, but there's an overall feel of a budget title, though I know that not to be the case. I don't know.
Show em how it's done Mikami.
I must be sick and twisted because I love horror games like this. Lol
Guess the same goes for me. xD
MiKAMI is the SHIIIIT!!!!
Wow. I won't get hyped but that was better than I expected, I hope it turns out great.
Thank you Mikami! One of the few developers that knows how to do a good survival horror game!
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