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We played The Evil Within - from now on I will fall asleep with the light on [next-game.pl]

Frankly I must admit that I'm not a big fan of the Resident Evil series anymore, and my love ended about third game. This was the last episode of the series, which was able to reliably scare ("Staaaaars"). Fortunately, Shinji Mikami has got one more horror game for us. And this time it is real kick-ass title. Check our impressions after playing the demo.

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Garethvk3477d ago

It is impressive that is for sure.

abzdine3477d ago

i hope he will bring back the old survival recipe: less action and lots of puzzles and objects to collect.

Murad3477d ago

Dude, the recipe hasn't died, it's only dead in triple A titles. In other's it's trying to be great, but it's done badly because the lack of funding.

iNcRiMiNaTi3477d ago (Edited 3477d ago )

I hope so. Less action, scarce ammo (this is a must, I don't want enemies to drop ammo so we end up defending ourselves with a knife or some kind of melee weapon) and no regenerating health

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showtimefolks3477d ago (Edited 3477d ago )

Finally a game we all wanted

thank you ZineMax/Bethesda for publishing and putting in the resources

BTW is this for current gen or next gen?(or maybe both?)

fattyuk3477d ago

I seriously could not play this game,

the trailer enough scared the shit out of me!

Gotta stick with the zombie genre for me,

ifritAlkhemyst3477d ago

I can't take anyone seriously when they act like a game scared them. Or a book. Or a film.

BabyTownFrolics3477d ago

Ooh look at you tough guy. Kidding aside this game looks interesting.

ifritAlkhemyst3477d ago (Edited 3477d ago )

Yea, the game looks excellent. We need more Lovecraftian stuff in games, as cliche as that sounds it's still true.

ifritAlkhemyst3477d ago

More Lovecraft is a good thing but I think he's gathered too many "fans" who've never read his stories and only know of Cthulhu from the internetz. They've turned Lovecraft into a cliche of aquatic and tentacled gods despite how much more his stories have to offer.

rezzah3477d ago

I agree with that. Thing is that "cthulhu cliche" would make more sense as I bet they don't even know what Lovecraftian is.

It is as you said, they know about the name Cthulhu. It is likely they may not even know about H.P. Lovecraft at all.

CBaoth3477d ago

Aye I agree with you both. The Colour Out of Space, The Lurking Fear, Facts Concerning the Late Arthur Jermyn & His Family, Dagon and many others were all excellent horror fantasy stories and a damn shame they're buried under the symbolic visage of Cthulhu; even though many of his tales contributed to the Mythos.

I would also recommend if anyone likes horror fantasy to check out Algernon Blackwood, MR James, Arthur Machen, and Ambrose Bierce.

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KwietStorm_BLM3477d ago

That makes..absolutely no sense at all.

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iBlackyi3477d ago

Finally a scary game:) I will play it for sure, but how long is the question, lol.

andrewer3477d ago

Now that's what I want :)

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