In the house
Legendary horror game director Shinji Mikami sent the Internet into a spin when he announced that he’d be attending E3 2019 – but now we know that The Evil Within maker will appear on stage. The veteran – who fronts Tango Gameworks – wrote that he’d wrapped up rehearsals on Twitter earlier today, suggesting that he will pop up...
Zwei to go
If you’re still salivating over the prospect of Shinji Mikami’s upcoming survival horror project Zwei, perhaps we could tempt you with our very first look at the game. The sneak peek comes courtesy of a single piece of concept art uploaded to developer Tango Gameworks’ website, and shows a suitably macabre scene. Specific details...
Survival horror’s been a pretty under represented genre this generation. Other than the brilliant Siren: Blood Curse, there’s been a real dearth of truly frightening content. As such, it’s up to Shinji Mikami – the creator of the Resident Evil franchise – to resurrect the dying genre. According to the latest issue of Famitsu...
Shadows of the damned
Don’t expect to be playing Shinji Mikami’s next game until 2013 at the earliest. The former Resident Evil man – now at the summit of Zenimax-owned development studio Tango – told 4Gamer [via Andriasang] that the studio would not have anything to show in 2012. According to Mikami, Tango’s new title uses an external...
In this new Shadows Of The Damned developer diary, Akira Yamaoka and Suda 51 make silly faces while being dubbed by ridiculous voices
We speak for everyone when we say: "day one".</em>
We know virtually nothing about Grasshopper's Shadows Of The Damned, but we've had the game preordered for months now. How much more do you need to know beyond "Shinji Mikami" and "Suda51"? The game's even been scored by ex-Silent Hill composer Akira Yamaoka. Sure, we would have preferred the game to take a more psychological horror direction than the grindhouse style..
We're all over EA's Shadows Of The Damned
Not because it looks particularly fresh, innovative or originial, but because it's from Shinji Mikami (Resident Evil) and Suda51 (Killer7). Silliness is guaranteed.</em>
How much have we actually seen of Suda51 and Shinji Mikami's horror title, Shadows Of The Damned? Not a lot at all, but it's out in just a few months
EA's slapped a June 7th release date on the grindhouse-inspired game, creating a horror double-header alongside Alice: Madness Returns. Speaking at GDC, both Suda51 and Shinji Mikami fleshed out some of the gameplay details behind Shadows Of The..
When Shinji Mikami revealed he was working on a new PS3 title with Grasshopper's Suda51, we immediately jumped to all the wrong conclusions: survival horror, bonkers art-style, weird psychological narrative, awesome
Unfortunately, the reality of the collaboration, Shadows Of The Damned, has done nothing but disappoint us. Maybe our expectations were too high, but it just looks really bland. Check..
Zenimax -- the parent company of Bethesda Softworks -- has just confirmed that it's bought up Tango Gameworks, and with it Resident Evil mastermind Shinji Mikami
Its refreshing to find a publisher who understands, trusts, and supports the development of blockbuster games and works to make it a collaborative effort, said Mikami. The library of AAA franchise titles Zenimax owns speaks for..
It's hard to judge a game based on a 90-second trailer
It's probably something we shouldn't do in the first place. But it's hard to not be disappointed by the long-awaited announcement of Shinji Mikami and Suda51's "horror" project; officially announced this morning as Shadows Of The Damned. Perhaps it's a matter of expectation. Shinji Mikami (of Resident Evil fame) and Suda51 (of Killer7..
Despite the Nintendo Wii being the runaway console this generation; legendary game designer, Shinji Mikami, believes it'll be another decade before motion controls become "mainstream"
I dont think motion controls will be in the gaming mainstream in the next ten years, Mikami told UK mag PSM3 . When the technology gets to the point where you can just flick your eyeballs around and the..
Aside from the PlayStation Network's Siren: Blood Curse, horror games have been a little tame this generation
Even the biggest new horror franchise, Dead Space, is markedly soft compared to some of the PS2's top horror titles. We're hoping that the EA published Suda51 and Shinji Mikami collaboration fixes that. News of a big Tokyo showing from EA broke over the weekend, leading us to speculate..
Announcements of announcements are never fun, and with GamesCom just out of the way, we didn't want to come across greedy by talking about new video games we've no idea about
But this was too good to skip over. EA's promising "several announcements" for its TGS Tokyo Showcase; and Tokyo means Japan — the home-land of Shinji Mikami and Suda51. Those of you in the loop may have heard a..
Famitsu's got a huge blow-out on Platinum Games' Vanquish this week, and AndriaSang
com's</a> got your back with all the meaty details. The third-person shooter, being developed by Mr. Resident Evil Shinji Mikami, begins in space on a cylindrical colony known as Providence. This colony is America's 51st state, and has been created in order to gather solar energy. The energy is converted into..
Platinum Games and Shinji Mikami's latest title, Vanquish, will release this year (in Japan at least)
The game's been announced for release on the Playstation 3 in this week's Famitsu. Mikami's revealed that the game is 80 percent finished and, contrary to popular belief, is a third-person shooter. We posted the debut trailer a few weeks back.