In 1959 a group of hikers in Russia’s Ural Mountains were mysteriously killed by what authorities could only describe as an “unknown compelling force.” That real world incident is the basis for Kholat, and knowing that only makes things worse.
The idea of a horror game narrated by Sean Bean might sound schlocky, but Kholat looks good.
Poor Sean Bean. Dude can't really catch a break, can he? Good things rarely happen to the characters he plays.
In a world flooded with video game novelizations, only one man has the background to develop the back-story of RU Special Forces operator Dima, one of Battlefield 3's playable characters. That man is not Sean Bean, but he was played by Sean Bean, which is pretty much the same thing.