Silent Hill veterans unveil new horror game Slitterhead
Last year, a handful of veterans of the Japanese game industry came together to form Bokeh Game Studio. Tonight, the studio unveiled its first project, Slitterhead.
The game is being worked on by Keiichi Toyama, who was the creator of games such as the original Silent Hill, Siren, and Gravity Rush, with music coming from legendary Silent Hill composer Akira Yamaoka.
As a longtime fan of Toyama’s work, I’m actually a big surprised by Slitterhead‘s reveal trailer, and it looks like the game might have more of an action slant than I was expecting.
For whatever reason, the Slitterhead trailer is blocking embeds, so you can check it out by clicking here. And then, like me, start coming up with crazy theories for what exactly the game will be.
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