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2009/02/07

On This Day: Clive Barker’s Undying

On February 7th, 2001, Undying ripped its way onto out screens. It is still regarded as one of the scariest FPSs ever by those who bothered with it- I agree with this sentiment.

The story was shaped by the imagination of famed horror writer, Clive Barker, and kept me on my seat as I took on the role of Patrick Galloway, a paranormal investigator versed in the arcane, and explored catacombs, ancient monasteries, and strange, otherworldly places similar to ones portrayed in his books, like Imagica.

It’s a shame that not many people played it; it even won Gamespot’s “Best game that no one played” award.

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