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Another PT inspired game hits Kickstarter

Another PT-inspired game has arrived on Kickstarter, following in the footsteps of Allison Road.

It seems PT-inspired games has become a new genre, as another title claiming the Kojima and Del Toro Silent Hills as its genesis has appeared on Kickstarter.

Visage is aiming to be released on PS4, PC and Xbox One early 2017 and it’s storyline takes place in a single house where “terrible things have happened”.

Consider us intrigued.

Visage is in development at Sad Square Studio and openly says it was inspired by the Silent Hills Playable Trailer (P.T).

“We won’t hide it, we were inspired by that great game,” reads the studio’s website. “Furthermore, the decision to cancel Silent Hills pushed us to develop an awesome and terrifying game to quench the horror fan’s thirst.”

“That said, we’re not trying to become merely some kind of PT successor. We’re driven by the lack of truly terrifying games on the market like Alien: Isolation, PR. F.E.A.R. and Amnesia: The Dark Descent.”

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Visage has already reached its Canadian $35,000 goal, with over Canadian $41,000 at the time of writing and 32 days still left on the timer.

You can take a look at the alpha gameplay footage shows a slow, steady and nervous exploration of the house during the 1980s but things start to get a little more surreal towards the end.

It seems the house’s rather brutal history starts to unfold and we’re having to hide behind a cushion.

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