A brand new episode of our Taking part in with Concern video sequence has been launched, and on this one we’re wanting again at The Factor, the 2002 online game that serves as a follow-up to John Carpenter’s basic 1982 sci-fi horror movie additionally titled The Factor (watch it HERE). Taking part in with Concern author/narrator Andrew Hatfield describes the Factor online game as “an thrilling, true-to-the-film expertise”; and you could find out what else he has to say in regards to the recreation by watching the video within the embed above!
The Taking part in with Concern sequence is all about
the horror video video games which have influenced the style, whether or not that be by way of their stellar gameplay, characters, story, or a mix of components. Be a part of our host, Andrew Hatfield, as he dives into the historical past of how this franchise got here to be, and all of the video games it impressed within the course of.
The Factor (2002) has the next synopsis:
Within the frozen wastelands of Antarctica, a mysterious, shape-shifting alien life type has worn out an American scientific outpost. You’re the chief of a army rescue staff despatched to analyze the carnage. Trapped by the weather and contaminated by a horrific enemy, you need to hold your squad collectively.
This is likely one of the uncommon video games that I’ve truly performed, and I actually loved it… up till I reached a boss I couldn’t determine how one can beat. I used to be by no means capable of end the sport due to that one douchebag monster.
The The Factor episode of Taking part in with Concern was Edited by Tyler Nichols, Produced by John Fallon, and Government Produced by Berge Garabedian. As talked about, Andrew Hatfield wrote and narrated.
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