Before The Evil Within came out, I knew that I had to steel myself to be scared by it. But I'd also been nagged by the idea that I should be scared for it, too. As in, fearful on its behalf. It's one of those games that's so heavily freighted by genre and pedigree that expectations were massive.
Hint: In spooky-scary Shinji Mikami survival-horror The Evil Within, it's a pretty big one. If your Internet connection is non-existent/unreliable, this is probably not the best news.
You can die in a lot of gory ways in The Evil Within. But, as this crazy glitch shows, some of them don't even work.
Hey, check out the new TGS trailer for Shinji Mikami's upcoming horror game, The Evil Within. It's pretty well done. The game itself will be out October 14 for PS3, PS4, Xbox 360, Xbox One, and PC.
At some point, something happened and I stopped liking roller coasters.
Shinji Mikami's long-awaited return to classic survival horror comes out during the dog days of summer, on August 26 for North America and August 29 for Europe.
Bethesda, publisher of The Evil Within, Resident Evil creator Shinji Mikami's new horror game, recently posted this new piece of concept art on the game's official Twitter. The caption read: "Sitting in the back of the car, she's thinking." Thinking about what? Who could she be?
Is it stealing if Shinji Mikami steals from Shinji Mikami? Ponder that as you ponder the idea that Mikami, whose last Resident Evil was the last Resident Evil that was widely loved, is making a new game that will ring the bell of anyone who played Resident Evil 4.
Shinji Mikami, creator of the Resident Evil series is making a new survival horror game, The Evil Within. You've seen the trailer, now let's see what the man behind the madness has to say about it.
What the hell, Shinji Mikami? Did you have to put every single scary thing into the debut trailer for The Evil Within? Barbed wire, embedded glass, squid head explosions — save something for the game, you maniac.
Shinji Mikami, the man behind Resident Evil, is working on a brand new survival horror title.
ZeniMax Media, of course, owns American developers id Software (Doom) and Bethesda Softworks (The Elder Scrolls) as well as new Japanese studio, Tango Gameworks, with Shinji…
Shinji Mikami, the video game creator behind games like Resident Evil, God Hand and Vanquish, is finally getting his own action figure, now available for pre-order at the web site of Tango Gameworks, the developer's new studio. Featuring "real shaving action," 256 points of articulation and alternate zombie heads, it…
The director of great video games old (Resident Evil) and new (Vanquish) is going to get out of the business of directing games after his next unannounced title. Instead, famed creator Shinji Mikami will be focusing on things more... presidential.