Shinji Mikami, the father of survival horror, is back to direct The Evil Within -- a game embodying the meaning of pure survival horror. Highly-crafted environments, horrifying anxiety, and an intricate story weave together to create an immersive world that will bring players to the height of tension.
When Bethesda sent over our review copy of The Evil Within, their newest survival horror title from Tango Gameworks, they recommended I play on the “Casual” difficulty setting while setting aside “at least” 15 to 20 hours of play time to complete the game. Being the expert at survival-horror that I am (ha, yea right), I decided to ignore their suggestion and played on the “survival” (normal) difficulty mode. I died 110 times. Perhaps it’s that I suck at survival-horror games. I admit, I’m not the best at sneaking around when the situation calls for it. Or maybe, The Evil Within is finally the survival-horror game we’ve all been waiting for -- the one that doesn’t hold your hand, offering you real scares and intense... Read Review