Keiichiro Toyama, who was the director for the original Silent Hill and Siren, has founded Bokeh Game Studio and announced the newest horror game they are working on, titled Slitterhead. The game will feature music from Akira Yamaoko, who composed the soundtrack for multiple Silent Hill games.
In the short trailer for Slitterhead, we got a glimpse at a young woman transforming into a gruesome skeleton monstrosity in what seems like a modern rendition of Tokyo Japan. We also got a brief look at some combat involved with a man in a helmet materializing what seems like a blood sword out of thin air.
There’s currently no release date for Slitterhead but we’ll be sure to cover any news surrounding the development of this title.
Check out the official reveal trailer of Slitterhead:
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