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The Evil Within art tease shows possible female protagonist

Tuesday, 16th July 2013 12:05 GMT By Dave Cook

The Evil Within developer Tango Gameworks has teased a new piece of art from its incoming horror game, this time showing what appears to be a female protagonist.

Here’s the art:

We’ve no idea who she is at this point. In the meantime you can check out Phil’s ace preview of The Evil Within, in which he says the game’s linearity actually makes it much scarier. Read it here.

Thanks Kotaku.

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4 Comments

  1. Biscuitpants

    makes my dick hard

    #1 1 year ago
  2. jon_

    Well, she is Julie Kidman, the partner of Sebastian. She was shown on the trailer i guess and in the demo too.

    #2 1 year ago
  3. Osric

    The feminine presence in any kind of media is super important. Hopefully this woman has a strong narrative part in the game. It’s not that I expect a Hideo Kojima storyline, but at least one enough thrilling and suspenseful. Can’t wait for this one.

    #3 1 year ago
  4. Resident gamer

    What #2 said, she’s Julie Kidman.

    Biscuitpants=the new permanent troll.

    This whole ‘having more female characters in games and having them more important and mature’ really confuses me, I mean I don’t really get it, why do we all the sudden need more woman in games, Don’t get me wrong I think trying to change it is very nice and refreshing to see but In general there are a lot of games with characters from all races and sexes being shown through sexist and racist views but the only thing people point out the female part of it (and even with that they over do it and become really biased in their analysis and go off the rails). This whole subject has to do with the gaming industry in general and every race and sex. I’m not gonna force good writers to put very specific characters that ‘the industry needs’ just because there are a bunch of bad writers out there creating sexist and racist characters as a crutch for their bad writing. I really don’t understand it.

    #4 1 year ago

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