PT Inspired Survival Horror Evil Inside Drops ce mois
The game would not have been just a new entry in the beloved Silent Hill franchise he would have seen the game icon Hideo Kojima, the Oscar-winning director Guillermo del Toro and the legend of horror Junji Ito combine to create one of the most terrifying. horror games ever created.
Unfortunately, the game was canceled without ceremony, with nothing but rumors and the famous franchise reboot rumblings for us to continue, although this does not mean that you can not see the fingerprints of PT elsewhere. Allison Road, also unpublished, was strongly inspired by PT and, although we were not able to see if Silent Hills would jump in first person, the survival horror series Resident Evil made the jump itself Resident Evil 7.
Yet many of us still have a PT-shaped hole where their hearts should be, and it seems that we could finally fill the Evil Inside when released on PlayStation later this month. It is easy to see the influence of PT on the game from the trailer above, which sees the camera drifting lazily in a claustrophobic corridor shows sometimes nightmarish pictures of lightning – a hanging clown a trembling ghost, a well straight out of L’anneau. the game follows the story of Mark, who is trying to contact his mother murdered with a spiritual table, which will tragically (and let’s face it, given gender, predictably) wrong.
Of course, we have no way of knowing how the game is closer to what we could have with Silent Hills, but it is good to know that one of the biggest unanswered questions in the history of game is to get, if not a definitive answer, at least an approximation based on someone who clearly copied homework from the original in the best way possible. You can see what they have available when the game launches on March 25.
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