Announced a couple of weeks ago, Outlast, the survival-horror game from indie studio Red Barrels shows some footage from the Mount Massive Asylum in this 4 minutes long trailer.
Message from Miles Upshur, Investigative Reporter:
I’m risking my life stopping to write this, but the world has to know what I’ve found.
I am currently inside Mount Massive, a supposedly abandoned asylum in Colorado, and I’ve stumbled across an atrocity I can’t put into words. The Murkof Corporation is in the middle of creating something unthinkable here—a malevolence that humanity has yet to experience. I fear for my life, and for mankind, because of what I’m witnessing.
Video of everything I’ve seen so far can be found on this tape. I need to find my way out of this complex, but fortunately I have what I need to capture more footage in the meantime… as long as my camera power lasts, at least.
If you find this note, please spread this video and share the truth. They must be stopped.
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Meta-studies are mostly good for trying to prove points on the internet. (5 Hours ago)
@droezelke: meta-studies aren't traditionally very reliable. A single study can be more convincing than many studies. Weighing the value of each against one another is a tricky bit of analysis. (5 Hours ago)