Game Review: The Evil Within

Do you like playing games at 2 in the morning and crying because of how intensely scary something is? If you answered yes, this game is for you.

Do you like playing games at 2 in the morning and crying because of how intensely scary something is? If you answered yes, this game is for you.

The Evil Within is a third-person survival mystery game released on Oct. 14, 2014 in the US and UK, and released on Oct. 16, 2014 in Australia.

The Evil Within is action-packed and will literally scare the socks right off of you. It was developed by a company called Tango Gameworks and then published by Bethesda Softworks, which is most commonly associated with the Elder Scrolls series.

The game has a 7/10 star rating via Gamespot.com.

Sebastian is the protagonist and his main goal is to survive will also doing side things as well. The player goes through several levels throughout the single-player horror game.

There is a safe house, which is a mental hospital only accessible by going through mirrors. Within the hospital, you can save your game, open body lockers with keys you find to get some loot, and upgrade your character by sitting in a restraining chair that injects the brain goo you collected to upgrade yourself.

There is a vast weapon usage in this game ranging from revolvers, shotguns, sniper rifles, knifes, grenades, and the agony Crossbow, which can shoot out three different kinds of bolts.

There are also seven different kinds of collectibles in the game: personal documents, documents, map fragments, newspapers, missing person’s posters, audio tapes and jade statues.

All of the collectables can be found in the safe house or in the levels themselves.

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