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  1. It provided plenty of jump scares back in the day in part thanks to the excellent sound effects as enemies made their introduction, some proper guttural growls, hisses and demonic muttering. It had a definite Alien(s) vibe but with a more satanic creepy gore infested leaning - hexes, crosses, possession, sacrifice etc. I mean if that isn’t horror I don’t know what is - and the PS1 soundtrack is incredibly atmospheric.
  2. Isn’t that what it always was rather than what it became?
  3. The thing that’s missing, apart from the bodies piling up, is being chased around levels, sometimes by a single foe, that used to really gaggle me ghoulies. The new one tends to fence areas off.
  4. I’ll say again, for the umpteenth time, I miss the corpses staying putting and filling up the screen.
  5. PS4 Pro is around that so imagine somehow condensing that kind of power into a handheld. A Switch by comparison is around 1 teraflop.
  6. A 4 teraflop handheld would cost a fortune though surely?
  7. Yeah I’d like to see it on Switch too as that’s the version I’d prefer, I think it’s time to break their silence on the subject. Looks insanely good btw.
  8. I’m fairly sure he was one of those recently banned fools who kept trolling, Kirby and that other one spring to mind.
  9. Part of me now hopes it’s delayed until next year for a proper next/cross gen release otherwise we’ll have a ridiculously packed autumn schedule this year,
  10. They have close ties with Sony too, Japan Team having already worked on Bloodborne and Demon’s Souls. I don’t think MS would waste the opportunity with Phil Spencer in charge but I still can’t see it happening.
  11. Those leaks are ridiculous, yes GTA VI next March because that makes sense
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