“Remothered: Tormented Fathers”, the first chapter of the highly anticipated survival-horror saga “Remothered” from Darril Arts and Italian studio Stormind Games, will be released for PlayStation 4 and Steam later this year.
The developers promise an authentic and interactive psychological horror game with strong cinematic inspiration and extreme gameplay and, given that that gameplay is delivered in a 3rd person perspective, this is news sure to excite fans of old school survivor horror classics like Silent Hill and Resident Evil.
Players will take on the role of Rosemary Reed, a fascinating 35 year old woman, as she reaches the house of a retired notary, Dr. Felton, who is affected by a mysterious disease. Rosemary is greeted by Ms. Gloria, the nurse who takes care of the old man but when she reveals herself and her true intentions, the terrifying dread begins.
Rosemary’s investigations will bring her to believe that the disappearance of the man’s daughter Celeste actually hides a terrible massacre. Dr. Felton and his wife, Arianna, could be the only ones to know the truth, including the secret behind Celeste’s real identity and a fanatic cult of cloistered nuns in red.
Psychology is said to play a huge role in the game: heroes and enemies are atypical and the line between good and evil is blurred. The development of the game is identical to that of a film narration, where the player perfectly identifies himself with the character. The soundtrack, composed by Nobuko Toda (Final Fantasy, Halo, Metal Gear Solid), enhances the terrifying atmosphere of the game.
“Remothered: Tormented Fathers” is the brainchild of Chris Darril, who has been working on the game since 2007. Inspired by the atmosphere of the horror saga Clock Tower, the project raised the interest of survival-horror fans when it was first announced. In 2015, the Italian game designer funded Darril Arts and partnered with Stormind Games in order to bring the game to market.
Check out www.remothered.com to be the first to know when the game’s beta will go live.