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Most Anticipated of 2014 – The Evil Within | OnlySP PS3/PS4 | X360/XBox One




A screenshot of a puzzle that has to be solved...

A screenshot of a puzzle that has to be solved at the beginning of the game. The environmental graphics are pre-rendered, whereas the characters and the objects that can be interacted with are real-time polygonal models.

OnlySP: The horror genre in videogames has gone through massive changes in the past few years. The iconic horror series Resident Evil has diminished due to its increased focus on action, but the popularity of first-person survival horror has gone through the roof thanks to the likes of Slender and Amnesia, as well the explosion of playthroughs for such titles.

The highly anticipated survival horror game, The Evil Within, will be making it’s way state side August 26th. The celebrated creator of the new IP, Shinji Mikam, creator of the Resident Evil franchise, says The Evil Within will be a true return to the feeling that Resident Evil 1 gave fans of the survival horror genre.  A feeling many will welcome back with open arms. So let us know if you’re excited for The Evil Within in the comments below!

 

 

 

OnlySP: The horror genre in videogames has gone through massive changes in the past few years. The iconic horror series Resident Evil has diminished due to its increased focus on action, but the popularity of first-person survival horror has gone through the roof thanks to the likes of Slender and Amnesia, as well the explosion of playthroughs for such titles on YouTube. However, The Evil Within looks to bring horror back to its roots and become the spiritual sequel to Resident Evil 4 you’ve always wanted. Borrowing elements from that game and the horrifically twisted designs of Silent Hill‘s monsters, The Evil Within looks set to bring classic terror to next-gen and is one of OnlySP’s Most Anticipated of 2014. (PC, PS3, PS4, The Evil Within, Xbox 360)

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