As you’d probably expect from Shinji Mikami (the brains behind the original Resident Evil game), The Evil Within is an almost textbook ‘survival horror’ game. It follows all of the genre’s usual conventions, sometimes to the point of being clichéd – in fact, often way, waaaay beyond the point of being clichéd. Strange goings-on in a mental hospital: check. Wandering around in a big ol’ creepy mansion: check. Mirrors that act as portals: check. Weird gloopy stuff on the walls, bad-ass baddies with considerably more arms/legs than you’d expect, lots of things trying to eat your brains: check, check, aaaaaannnd check!! Continue reading “The Evil Within – Review”