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Topic # 151198 17-Aug-2014 11:54

OMG, I played this demo last night, I seriously had to switch the console off, it was just so scary.  I felt totally immersed in the environment; everything seemed real, the little map was so detailed. The game maker had the measure of me - I sat defeated, my warm urine seeping through my pants onto my already soiled armchair.  In short, it had me screaming like a girl.  I salute you Mr Kojima.  

http://www.gamespot.com/articles/new-silent-hill-so-scary-youll-sh-t-your-pants-koj/1100-6421718/



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Ultimate Geek
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  Reply # 1112445 20-Aug-2014 21:44
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Played 20 minutes of it tonight..... Don't think I'll be turning it back again :-)

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  Reply # 1112490 20-Aug-2014 22:35
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Reminds me of when my nephew (19 and I) watched Blair Witch Project. He slept on the floor in my bedroom, with the lights on. I still woke up twice sweating.

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  Reply # 1112494 20-Aug-2014 22:52
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I was playing this when it came out but I got stuck and didn't know how to progress so I have only played for a short while. I will need to give it another go.







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  Reply # 1112587 21-Aug-2014 08:31
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Yup it's a pretty good demo.  If they can replicate that in the Morpheus (or Rift) it'll be a 1000 times scarier.

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