Man, Midway really knows how to lay it on thick when they're advertising a new game ... "The Suffering" is a survival/horror title where you play a man trapped inside of a haunted prison, so what would be the best way to present this novel concept to the gaming press? Why, to invite them all to a real-life haunted prison in West Virginia, of course!
A neat idea to go along with a game that sounds pretty interesting ... One question, though; in this movie, the writer makes it sound as if some actual paranormal activity was captured on camera ("watch the left edge of the frame"). However, I've watched the movie (without sound) several times and haven't been able to spot anything. Does anyone else see "it"?
(edited by Alessandro on 28.10.03 1456) Alessandro "Hercules" Boondy
I went back and played the original Crash Bandicoot the other day and found that I was awful at using the d-pad for fine movements. I've become unaccustomed to the tapping needed to use the d-pad, as opposed to learning to carefully tilt analog sticks.