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Working On Survival Horror Franchise

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I'm working a concept for a Survial Horror Franchise, and I'm looking for some little tips.  Nothing obvious or big please, I got that stuff covered.  I just need small little tips that will make the game better, thank you :smileyhappy:

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Unsettling Atmosphere >>> Jump-Out-At-You-Scares

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SweetPoison13 wrote:

Unsettling Atmosphere >>> Jump-Out-At-You-Scares


I've been keeping that in mind as I work on the concept and looking at some of the best Survival Horror games to keep that in mind.  I'm looking at horror from Japan, U.S and EU and trying to get a perfect mix between all types of horror factors.

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SweetPoison13 wrote:

Unsettling Atmosphere >>> Jump-Out-At-You-Scares


I've been keeping that in mind as I work on the concept and looking at some of the best Survival Horror games to keep that in mind.  I'm looking at horror from Japan, U.S and EU and trying to get a perfect mix between all types of horror factors.


 choices and consequences, as well  fatigue.  natural  habitats with sim like nature, being  realistic to life. Like if  you fall and break your arm it stays that way.

 

 Last but not least add a little religion and priest who  dams everyones with  scriptures

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mcbuttz78 wrote:

Nocturnal__Gamer wrote:

SweetPoison13 wrote:

Unsettling Atmosphere >>> Jump-Out-At-You-Scares


I've been keeping that in mind as I work on the concept and looking at some of the best Survival Horror games to keep that in mind.  I'm looking at horror from Japan, U.S and EU and trying to get a perfect mix between all types of horror factors.


 choices and consequences, as well  fatigue.  natural  habitats with sim like nature, being  realistic to life. Like if  you fall and break your arm it stays that way.

 

 Last but not least add a little religion and priest who  dams everyones with  scriptures


I'm looking things like that, I want the game to realistic without being too realistic since it's a video game.  I'm trying to find the perfect mix of realistic features while staying in the confines of a video game such as an example would be MGS3's Survival Mechanic.  As for a character of that kind I have something like that in mind but it isn't complete.

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Nocturnal__Gamer wrote:

mcbuttz78 wrote:

Nocturnal__Gamer wrote:

SweetPoison13 wrote:

Unsettling Atmosphere >>> Jump-Out-At-You-Scares


I've been keeping that in mind as I work on the concept and looking at some of the best Survival Horror games to keep that in mind.  I'm looking at horror from Japan, U.S and EU and trying to get a perfect mix between all types of horror factors.


 choices and consequences, as well  fatigue.  natural  habitats with sim like nature, being  realistic to life. Like if  you fall and break your arm it stays that way.

 

 Last but not least add a little religion and priest who  dams everyones with  scriptures


I'm looking things like that, I want the game to realistic without being too realistic since it's a video game.  I'm trying to find the perfect mix of realistic features while staying in the confines of a video game such as an example would be MGS3's Survival Mechanic.  As for a character of that kind I have something like that in mind but it isn't complete.



 have you ever played  Im alive.. a consept like that would be stellar. survial in the realest form but with  horror

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mcbuttz78 wrote:

Nocturnal__Gamer wrote:

mcbuttz78 wrote:

Nocturnal__Gamer wrote:

SweetPoison13 wrote:

Unsettling Atmosphere >>> Jump-Out-At-You-Scares


I've been keeping that in mind as I work on the concept and looking at some of the best Survival Horror games to keep that in mind.  I'm looking at horror from Japan, U.S and EU and trying to get a perfect mix between all types of horror factors.


 choices and consequences, as well  fatigue.  natural  habitats with sim like nature, being  realistic to life. Like if  you fall and break your arm it stays that way.

 

 Last but not least add a little religion and priest who  dams everyones with  scriptures


I'm looking things like that, I want the game to realistic without being too realistic since it's a video game.  I'm trying to find the perfect mix of realistic features while staying in the confines of a video game such as an example would be MGS3's Survival Mechanic.  As for a character of that kind I have something like that in mind but it isn't complete.



 have you ever played  Im alive.. a consept like that would be stellar. survial in the realest form but with  horror


I haven't played I Am Alive, but I heard it was pretty good.  Also, I'm not exactly trying to make a Day Z.  What I'm trying to do is make a horror game with stellar Survival tactics.  The concept is influenced by classic Resident Evil, so you can see what I'm trying to do without doing too much of one or the other.

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Nocturnal__Gamer wrote:

mcbuttz78 wrote:

Nocturnal__Gamer wrote:

mcbuttz78 wrote:

Nocturnal__Gamer wrote:

SweetPoison13 wrote:

Unsettling Atmosphere >>> Jump-Out-At-You-Scares


I've been keeping that in mind as I work on the concept and looking at some of the best Survival Horror games to keep that in mind.  I'm looking at horror from Japan, U.S and EU and trying to get a perfect mix between all types of horror factors.


 choices and consequences, as well  fatigue.  natural  habitats with sim like nature, being  realistic to life. Like if  you fall and break your arm it stays that way.

 

 Last but not least add a little religion and priest who  dams everyones with  scriptures


I'm looking things like that, I want the game to realistic without being too realistic since it's a video game.  I'm trying to find the perfect mix of realistic features while staying in the confines of a video game such as an example would be MGS3's Survival Mechanic.  As for a character of that kind I have something like that in mind but it isn't complete.



 have you ever played  Im alive.. a consept like that would be stellar. survial in the realest form but with  horror


I haven't played I Am Alive, but I heard it was pretty good.  Also, I'm not exactly trying to make a Day Z.  What I'm trying to do is make a horror game with stellar Survival tactics.  The concept is influenced by classic Resident Evil, so you can see what I'm trying to do without doing too much of one or the other.



 i was n't meaning like day  z. but  something  with that realism..   yea i understand your point of view.. very good btw

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mcbuttz78 wrote:

Nocturnal__Gamer wrote:

mcbuttz78 wrote:

Nocturnal__Gamer wrote:

mcbuttz78 wrote:

Nocturnal__Gamer wrote:

SweetPoison13 wrote:

Unsettling Atmosphere >>> Jump-Out-At-You-Scares


I've been keeping that in mind as I work on the concept and looking at some of the best Survival Horror games to keep that in mind.  I'm looking at horror from Japan, U.S and EU and trying to get a perfect mix between all types of horror factors.


 choices and consequences, as well  fatigue.  natural  habitats with sim like nature, being  realistic to life. Like if  you fall and break your arm it stays that way.

 

 Last but not least add a little religion and priest who  dams everyones with  scriptures


I'm looking things like that, I want the game to realistic without being too realistic since it's a video game.  I'm trying to find the perfect mix of realistic features while staying in the confines of a video game such as an example would be MGS3's Survival Mechanic.  As for a character of that kind I have something like that in mind but it isn't complete.



 have you ever played  Im alive.. a consept like that would be stellar. survial in the realest form but with  horror


I haven't played I Am Alive, but I heard it was pretty good.  Also, I'm not exactly trying to make a Day Z.  What I'm trying to do is make a horror game with stellar Survival tactics.  The concept is influenced by classic Resident Evil, so you can see what I'm trying to do without doing too much of one or the other.



 i was n't meaning like day  z. but  something  with that realism..   yea i understand your point of view.. very good btw


Okay, I was just making sure and I do understand what you mean.  Also, in my personal opinion Resident Evil 2 was the first real game I ever played and it kills me to see what Resident Evil has become.  Although that hasn't stopped me from enjoying a gripping Resident Evil plot.

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re is good franchise. but  i  always thought silent hill was the better game.( please dont kill me llol).,, I agree with you on that assestment  it getting  kinda redundant with the long story.. but  everyone  seem to love it.. I really cant get into  it any more  .. I dont know the story. Sadly

 

 

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