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Friday, February 26, 2021

Upcoming Psychological Horror Game ‘Horror Story: Hallowseed’ Draws Inspiration From ‘The Conjuring’, ‘Insidious’

You know how it goes: you and two of your friends are out camping, something goes down, and before you know it, you’re alone and trying to figure out just what happened. Don’t let that description fool you, as Jeff Winner’s upcoming psychological horror title Horror Story: Hallowseed appears to be anything but pedestrian.

The first chapter in a series of titles, Horror Story: Hallowseed is currently out in Steam Early Access, and the game borrows from films such as The Conjuring, Insidious and more for inspiration. The Early Access version allows players an introduction to the game, which like all good psychological horror fare, focuses on a rich story. The game also utilizes a “micro-scares system” that involves a random system of scary events that are activated based on how you interact with the environment.

You play as Michael, one of three friends on a camping trip in Hallowseed. As fate would have it, something weird happens, leaving you alone and having to rescue your two friends while trying to figure out just what’s going on.

The full version of Horror Story: Hallowseed is expected for release later this Summer.



source https://bloody-disgusting.com/video-games/3653743/upcoming-psychological-horror-game-horror-story-hallowseed-draws-inspiration-from-the-conjuring-insidious/

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