Gameplay from The Evil Within has found its way onto the internet. The off-screen gameplay is pretty bad, but it gives a sense of what we can expect. The game seems to add scares that are more focused on the psychological aspect of horror. Like a flood with blood rushing against you a la The Shining.
However, we also get to see another seen with a woman(?) jumping up and transforming into a monster. Somehow that reminds me of Dead Space a lot. Needless to say, watch it below in case it gets removed. Publishers and developers are so pesky about their games and leaked material.
The horror indie game Forgotten Memories will be released on Wii U and PS Vita this summer. The game did initially start out as an iOS title, but was later on being developed to both Wii U and PS Vita. An Android version will come after every other version has been released.
Psychoz Interactive is developing the game on the Unity engine. The game itself takes place in an abandon hospital which was built in 1910 and later on closed in 1979. We take on the role of Rose Hawkins, an inspector in search of a missing girl and the solution to a murder case. You’ll also be joined by your partner.
The game is described as a mix between modern and classic survival horror games. Not a lot of details surrounding the gameplay is known, but teamwork apparently plays a huge role in the game.
A work in progress video can be shown below:
Trailers for Resident Evil: Revelations‘ Lady Hunk & Rachael Ooze have been released. Each video is a bit longer than 1 minute.
The Evil Within has had multiple previews released by various media outlets. Alongside it we also have multiple new screens, showing off the rather gory horror game. The previews can be found here:
Here’s the newest screens:
Capcom has released a trailer for Resident Evil: Revelations Wii U version. The trailer shows off users can utilize Wii U’s GamePad and TV screen to get the most out of the game. Either you can use the GamePad as your UI and interact with the environment; or play on the TV alone; or simply play on the GamePad.
The game is due out for PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, Wii U, and PC on May 21.
If you pre-order Resident Evil: Revelations HD to PS3 or Xbox 360 on Amazon you’ll get the “Rachel Ooze RAID Outfit”. Amazon will hand out the code to redeem at the launch of the game, which is on May 21st.
The description of the outfit is:
Pre-order Resident Evil Revelation to play RAID mode as Rachel Ooze, an ex-BSAA agent who has met an untimely death brought back to life through T-abyss virus infection in fully mutated form!. The promotional code will be emailed within two business days after your order ships. This offer will be extended to all existing pre-orders. Offer valid when shipped and sold by Amazon.com. Amazon reserves the right to change or terminate this promotion at any time. Limited to one per customer order.
The second part in the Resident Evil: Revelations developer diary has been released. It’s titled “Repulsion” and focuses on the monsters we find in the game. The first part is called “Heritage and Horror“, and focuses mainly on the thoughts the developers had in terms of creating a game that lives up to previous games’ reputation.
A case file of Resident Evil: Revelations has been released. Apparently it targets the atmosphere of the game. The description of the video reads: “Case File #1: This footage was found on the deserted SS Zenobia. Evidence suggests a creature of unknown origin was onboard.”
A developer diary of Resident Evil: Revelations has been released. The developer diary is titled “Heritage and Horror”. In the developer diary we find out more about the inspiration of the game and what they’re aiming to accomplish. The developers acknowledge that the game will be compared to the older Resident Evil titles, but they didn’t want to use the older games as some type of copy. Instead they took a look at the horror experience those games provided, and aimed to re-create them.
It wasn’t said how many parts there will be in this series, but at least one or two more will most likely be released. The game drops on May 24th to Xbox 360, PS3 and Nintendo Wii U