Search the Community
Showing results for tags 'Supermassive Games'.
Found 2 results
The former PS Move centric Playstation 3 title Until Dawn was reintroduced yesterday by Sony and will now be coming to Playstation 4. The team at Supermassive Games decided to scrap the original version after receiving feedback from early tests. Until Dawn follows eight high school friends spending the night at a cabin in the woods. As the night goes on terror ensues as they are stalked by psychopathic murderers. Fun stuff, right? Who will survive is entirely up to the player as the decisions made directly impact the course of the branching story. The reimagined title runs on the same engine as Killzone: Shadow Fall so expect gorgeous visuals in addition to the horror thrills and chills. Also added were a Hollywood writing staff and the motion capture of Hayden Panettiere (Heroes), Rami Malik (Twilight) and Brett Daulton (Marvel“s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.). Clearly Sony saw more potential in the game and decided to go all out. Below is the trailer that Sony revealed at Gamescom: Source: PS Blog Did Sony make the right decision reworking the game for PS4?
Fans of campy horror movies where teenagers are routinely butchered have very little games that mirror the experience. There are a few games here and there, but mostly it seems that developers want to mimic more serious scares. That's not to say that upcoming PS3-exclusive Until Dawn will be completely free of actual scares, but it does appear to be channeling a certain kind of horror film. In the game, you take control of eight teenagers who have situated themselves in a log cabin in the middle of the woods. Of course, someone is out there with them and apparently is set to do very Saw-like things to the teens. At the very least, this trailer seems to be taking itself more seriously than the one shown at E3. You can view the brief trailer here: http://youtu.be/B-ipV0lBnmU There's no date for Until Dawn as of yet aside from the fact that it's coming in 2013. According to the developer Supermassive Games, it also requires the Move controller. They may add DualShock support at some point, but have not announced it so far.