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The Evil Within 2 Review

The Evil Within 2 is a patchwork quilt of jumbled ideas and engaging combat in a world that postulates what it would be like to cross The Evil Dead with Inception. Within the context of the game's storyline, the limit to what the writers can do is really only limited by their imaginations.

The Evil Within 2 Review

The Evil Within: The Consequence

The Consequence is entertaining. It's not an introspective, philosophical mindbender; it's campy fun. It has its flaws, but in a game where Claude Debussy's "Claire De Lune" is mixed with Inception, buckets of blood, and a Victorian loveseat/black cat combo that acts as your save point, I can't help but enjoy it.

The Evil Within: The Consequence

The Evil Within

The Evil Within is a game that the survival horror genre desperately needed. Recent horror games have seem to forgotten simple mechanics that makes the genre so unique. The Evil Within is the perfect example of the old cliche "If it ain't broke, don't fix it". Shinji Mikami and Tango Gameworks does just that. Even with a plot that never meets its potential, the beautifully designed enemies, superb gameplay and terrifying environments all come together to give horror fans a fascinating, memorable experience.

The Evil Within