Hudson is calling it a "traditional survival-horror" game, with the story involving the dead luring the living to isolated locales for some unspeakable acts of evil (they're going to make them watch Postal?). The game will feature the perspectives of multiple characters, and in the gallery of fresh screens below we get a glimpse at one particularly frightened young man. We're pretty sure he's scared of that teddy bear-wielding ghoul behind him, if not the telemarketer who just asked him if he's happy with his long distance provider.
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