Remothered: Tormented Fathers Trying To Redefine Horror Genre
From the Creator, Darril Arts and Developer Stromind Games is coming a new third-person psychological horror game named Remothered: Tormented Fathers and the trailers and in-game, screenshots are already looking quite promising. it received the greenlit from the steam community in just 4 days which is quite impressive.
The game is long time project of Chris Darril the author and director of the story and the man behind Darril Arts. the game takes it inspiration from the Clock tower and Rule of Rose. the music in the game is being composed by Nobuko Toda who has also composed music for the games like Metal Gear Solid and The Evil Within.
The story of the game is about Rosemary Reed the main protagonist of the game she is a 35-year-old woman who is very adamant on revealing the truth behind the disappearance of a small adopted girl Celeste Felton and the mysterious old man Dr. Richard Felton who is affected by an unknown disease. Rosemary believes that celeste disappearance hides a horrifying massacre and the only one knowing the truth is Dr. Felton and his wife Arianna Felton.
She reaches the Felton Mansion to uncover the truth upon reaching it she is greeted by Ms. Gloria a nurse who is taking care of Dr. Felton. she meets the old man posing herself as the doctor of the institute where Dr. Felton is being treated for his disease. but after her cover is blown her worst nightmare begins and must now solve the mystery behind the tragic story of the Felton Family to escape this horror.
Remothered: Tormented Fathers Trailer:
What To Expect From The Game
Remothered: Tormented Fathers aims to be one of a kind horror survival game. in the game, you will be chased around by your stalker and you cannot fight back your only option is to hide around and trick your pursuer. the AI the game follows you around mostly through the noises you make so the stealthier you are the safer it is for you. the game also includes solving realistic looking puzzle.the game doesn’t have any health bar but includes small RPG elements where you can achieve new abilities and upgrade your older ones.
The game is highly driven by its story and involves lots of real-time interactions which makes you feel like you are inside a movie. to make thing even more realistic it is being developed in Unreal Engine plus watching the in-game footage with the terrifying music from the trailer it is safe to assume that we can expect to have a high-quality horror game coming our way.