Horror game Agony will see an Xbox One release in 2017
If you are a horror movie fan, then you should be on the lookout for the horror game Agony, releasing for the Xbox One in 2017. This game is not for the faint of heart since it places you in a very scary place: Hell.
You’ll play the role of an amnesiac spirit who tries to escape from Hell. While you have no memory about your past besides your fall to Hell, what you know for sure is that you don’t want to be in that horrific place.
Along your journey, you’ll meet the Red Goddess who will help you in your quest. However, getting to her will be no easy task but is of utmost importance since The Red Goddess is the only person who can help you escape from Hell.
In the game, your character can possess lesser demons in its attempt to survive and they in turn will allow you to control people. You’ll do terrible things to them driven by the will to survive but since you are already in Hell, we doubt you’ll feel any remorse about it.
Agony offers powerful visual effects that will make you feel like you’re really trapped in Hell. The audio is not at all balanced judging by its quality in the intro, but the game’s developers will definitely fix this issue before the game release.
Speaking of demons, another game set in Hell is DOOM. The good news is that you don’t have to wait until next year to play it because DOOM was already been released for the Xbox One. In it, use your weapons and creativity to blow demons up in original ways. React faster than them in order to stay alive. And don’t play the game before you go to sleep — otherwise, you’ll have horrible nightmares.
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