In a latest fan Q&A, Silent Hill creator Keiichiro Toyama answered questions on his upcoming horror game Slitterhead.
The founders of Bokeh Game Studio got here collectively to reply fan questions in a latest video. While the dialogue doesn’t go too in-depth, some particulars have been shared, together with that Slitterhead will not be only a horror game.
The solutions got in Japanese, however subtitles offered alternate languages (as noticed by PCGamer).
“The game doesn’t fully enter the horror genre,” Toyama defined. “It spans over a number of genres the place horror is expressed. From there, I wished to widen the participant base who might entry the game, together with gamers who don’t often play horror video games.
“I wanted a game that could be enjoyed for its action, yet whose concept doesn’t solely revolve around killing enemies. It conflicts the mind, making the players reluctant to enter certain fights. I want to achieve both action and drama with this game.”
CTO and game director Junya Okura added that the builders “want to focus on entertainment rather than plain horror. There is a terror aspect that I want to include, even if the game lays more towards action. There are some slow and fast moments as well. I’d like to include some horror elements in the slower parts, balancing with the frenzy action moments.”
Toyama additionally talked about that he can be concerned with doing extra psychological horror video games in the fashion of Silent Hill. However, the present staff is proficient at creating motion, and in order that’s the path he needs to take with Slitterhead. He additionally added that he needs to make one thing extra private sometime.
The second a part of the Q&A shall be launched on March 4.
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