This time, the setting is a modern recreation of infamous 19th century serial killer H.H. Holmes’ murder castle, as the Devil in the White City changes address to The Devil in Me.
As I walked the hallways I couldn’t help but feel like they had been transported straight from Resident Evil’s Raccoon City.
Simon Cardy probably wouldn’t choose to stay a night at a recreation of the murder castle, but never say never.
Outside of what I played, I was also encouraged by what I saw in the latest trailer, which further emphasises the evolutions in gameplay we’re set to see in The Devil in Me compared to its predecessors.