Bandai Namco are one of the top game developers from Japan. They’re known for their great games such as Tekken series and Dark Souls series. Some of their games are widely popular in the whole world.
Prepare to Get Terrified by Little Nightmares from Bandai Namco
They have recently released a trailer of a new upcoming game called Little Nightmares. The game is based around a helpless little girl named Six. Six wears a yellow raincoat. Six has set out on a mission to escape the Maw. The Maw is a mysterious void filled with dark creatures that would remove any object in their way. The game looks promising as well as a bit terrifying.
Here, take a look at Little Nightmares’ trailer:
The trailer shows that Six will face many terrifying enemies like some of the ones included in the trailer. The plot of the game seems like it is deep and well laid-out. Six faces many troubles in the Maw including the enemies in the trailer but that is not to stop the little girl. The fans of side-scrolling games such as Limbo are surely going to enjoy the game as it packs a crazy punch of terror while having a simplistic gameplay.
At Gamescom 2016, Business developer and Deputy CEO of Tarsier Studios, Andreas Johnsson said:
“It’s taken us about 10 years to come to this moment, to reveal the most exciting game in our company history, a dark, thrilling tale of grotesque misfits!”
According to Johnsson, the developers worked hard to bring Little Nightmares to life and he also said that they are very excited about showing their first original game, Little Nightmares. Not much information about the game was revealed. Little Nightmare is expected to come out in the spring of 2017 on PS4, PC and Xbox One.
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