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  • The Evil Within PC unofficial FOV fix: A how-to guide

    Published at The Gamer Headlines - 21 readers

    With the release of Shinji Mikami’s The Evil Within on a multitude of platforms earlier this week, the highly anticipated game’s reception has been mixed at best. Some hate it, while others love it, however one detail that cannot be denied is that the PC version of The Evil Within is host to a large number of issues.

  • New Evil Within Trailer Contains Messy Ways To Die

    Published at Rock, Paper, Shotgun - 8 readers

    By Graham Smith on October 12th, 2014 at 10:00 am. I want to die doing what I loved: being pulled by ephemeral blood-soaked hands into the solid floor of some hell-set asylum. The Evil Within let’s me simulate and prepare for this occasion ahead of time, plus many other less desirable demises. There’s a new trailer below – there’s been about a thousand of them now – ahead of the ...

  • The Evil Within Hands-On Impressions – EB Games Expo 2014

    Attack On Gaming - - 6 readers - At EB Games Expo this year, Bethesda were showcasing their upcoming Shinji Mikami horror game, The Evil Within. Locked down in a hidden room within the a massive Bethesda booth, there were multiple consoles with the game available to play. Our session with the game was only around 20minutes, but it sure as heck didn’t feel like it was that long.
  • You've To Got Really Love The Evil Within To Spend $300 On This Guy

    Kotaku - - 6 readers - I can understand a Skyrim statue, and those Doom plushies were about the cutest thing ever, but the latest fruit of Bethesda's partnership with collectible maker Gaming Heads is a $300 statue of a man with a barbwire-wrapped safe spouting tentacles for a head. That's not okay. Now I have not played The Evil Within yet. I have downloaded the game to my computer. There it sits, taunting me.
  • Labyrinths: Deep In The Dungeons Of Daggerfall

    Rock, Paper, Shotgun - - 4 readers - By Adam Smith on October 10th, 2014 at 11:30 am. An exploration of the uncanny architecture of Daggerfall’s dungeons and the interconnected worlds of Dark Souls. Dungeons, as a concept in games, are one of the great pillars from which disbelief is suspended like a ragged banner. They are functional objects, from the perspective of designer and player alike, but their function as ...
  • Playing The Evil Within on PC? You Need a Good GPU

    Gamers Sphere - - 13 readers - The Evil Within is one of those survival horror games every fan of the genre is waiting for, whether the game ends up being really amazing, and bringing back the “real survival horror genre” or not, is not relevant, every horror enthusiast should be expecting to play this game. Well, if you are planning to play The Evil Within on your PC, Bethesda has warned us all that, rega ...

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  • The Evil Within Review

    … of spinning blades, Sebastian seems somewhat annoyed. And when faced with completely invisible enemies Sebastian just sighs, like this is the same mundane routine for the life of a Krimson City detective. The article The Evil Within Review belongs to Worlds Factory. …

    2 readers - Rosh Kelly - Worlds Factory - The Evil Within -
  • See What A Differece A Day One Patch Makes

    … Hint: In spooky-scary Shinji Mikami survival-horror The Evil Within, it's a pretty big one. If your Internet connection is non-existent/unreliable, this is probably not the best news. The Evil Within's particular brand of survival-horror has been known to cause a bit of a mess, but not like this. Eurogamer took a PlayStation 4 retail copy…

    5 readers - Nathan Grayson - Kotaku -
  • Elder Scrolls In-Game Texts To Be Published

    … While playing Skyrim, did you ever find yourself leafing through the books and other written works of the game? Have you wondered about some of the lore in The Elder Scrolls Online? Well, good news! Lore and texts from both games will be visualized in two published book series. In a partnership with Titan Books, Bethesda will be publishing two…

    3 readers - Matt Shiflet - Gamers Sphere -
  • The Evil Within (Xbox One) Review

    … The Evil Within (Xbox One) Review It’s about time we get back to true survival horror! I adore The Evil Within, and it’s review is an absolutely wonderful addition to BG’s Month of Terror. The Evil Within was designed to bring true survival horror back to life; and it did… with all it’s bloody, tense glory. Woo that’s a lot ‘o’ blood The game…

    3 readers - Brutal Gamer - The Evil Within -


  • Fallout 4 And Where We Could See it Set

    … It’s been some time now since we got our hands on a new Fallout game and developer Bethesda ain’t showing signs that it’s in the pipeline for this year or the next. All we really have to go on is the steady flow of unconfirmed or bogus news stories circulating the web and given us nothing but false hope. This hasn’t stopped fans of the post…

    2 readers - James Mcdonald - LzyGmrs - Fallout -
  • Wot I Think: The Evil Within

    … By Adam Smith on October 16th, 2014 at 7:00 pm. At its best, The Evil Within is the sequel that Resident Evil 4 deserved and that subsequent viral not-zombie games failed to be. That’s reason enough to recommend the game to anyone who believes Resident Evil 4 is a fine thing to emulate, and that is probably true of everyone who has played…

    2 readers - Adam Smith - Rock, Paper, Shotgun - The Evil Within -
  • ‘The Evil Within’ Review

    … to say about him. Sebastian’s contributions to the game’s atmosphere largely consist of exclamations like “S**t!” and “What the f**k?” As riveting as it is to hear a bored voice actor recite curse words, his dialogue will soon make you wish that Sebastian could be a silent protagonist. Sebastian plays a crucial role in sapping the scariness out…

    4 readers - Hannah Shaw Williams - Game Rant - The Evil Within -
  • The Evil Within creeps onto consoles and the PC

    …Resident Evil creator Shinji Mikami’s latest new IP is now available, and you might want to play it with the lights on. “It was incredibly important to me and the team to bring the Survival Horror genre back to its roots. For us, it was all about creating fear and giving the player the enjoyment of conquering it,” said Mikami. “Up until now we’ve…

    1 readers - Brutal Gamer - The Evil Within -


  • Dread On Arrival: Unlocking The Evil Within

    … to report in with news that Bethesda have released a list of debug console command inputs. The list of commands includes framerate lock controls, cheat modes and camera trickery. The game runs on a modified version of the id Tech 5 engine and I’ve noticed some slow-down and texture pop-in, although it’s mainly happening during cutscenes, which makes…

    6 readers - Adam Smith - Rock, Paper, Shotgun - The Evil Within -
  • ‘The Evil Within’ Review Roundup: Shinji Mikami Returns

    … an acquired taste, The Evil Within is sure to satiate the horror fanatic. For those with an appetite for an investment-heavy exploit through the mind of a madman, The Evil Within is more than capable even with a few bumps along the way.” No Score - The Sixth Axis (Tuffcub): “Despite borrowing a lot of well-worn themes from other games and movies (Hello…

    3 readers - Anthony Taormina - Game Rant - The Evil Within -

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