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A P.T.-inspired horror game titled Visage has now been revealed, and is taking to Kickstarter for funding.

SadSquare Studios is looking for $35,000 Canadian ($24,550 in US Dollars) for funding of their psychological horror game. To go alongside their campaign, the team has also released a 12-minute long video of alpha gameplay.

The game will require players to explore an ancient house, learn about its gruesome past as they do.

“In Visage, you will be shown and will relive fragments of history that will send chills down your spine. Each of these fragments will drag you closer to what?s behind the dark history of this place,” the team detailed on their Kickstarter page. “You will witness, firsthand, how people died in this horrible house. Each death has its visage. Will you dare look into its eyes?”

The two-man team behind the game hopes to strike fear in players without employing jump scares.

“You can expect to feel true terror created by a very dark, realistic atmosphere and the presence of entities you wish you’d never seen,” they said on their Kickstarter page.

Currently, Visage has reached its goal of $35,000 Canadian, but there are still a few stretch goals left to reach, including console and VR support as well as multiple endings.

Visage isn’t the first game to take to Kickstarter after being inspired by Guillermo del Toro and Hideo Kojima’s canceled collaboration. In its early stages, Lilith Ltd. took to Kickstarter in order to find funding for Allison Road. However, publisher Team 17 picked up the project, and Lilith canceled the crowdfunding campaign shortly afterward.

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P.T. inspired horror game, Visage, gets 12 minute trailer of alpha gameplay

By Spencer Campbell | 02/9/2016 01:04 AM PT

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A P.T.-inspired horror game titled Visage has now been revealed, and is taking to Kickstarter for funding.

SadSquare Studios is looking for $35,000 Canadian ($24,550 in US Dollars) for funding of their psychological horror game. To go alongside their campaign, the team has also released a 12-minute long video of alpha gameplay.

The game will require players to explore an ancient house, learn about its gruesome past as they do.

“In Visage, you will be shown and will relive fragments of history that will send chills down your spine. Each of these fragments will drag you closer to what?s behind the dark history of this place,” the team detailed on their Kickstarter page. “You will witness, firsthand, how people died in this horrible house. Each death has its visage. Will you dare look into its eyes?”

The two-man team behind the game hopes to strike fear in players without employing jump scares.

“You can expect to feel true terror created by a very dark, realistic atmosphere and the presence of entities you wish you’d never seen,” they said on their Kickstarter page.

Currently, Visage has reached its goal of $35,000 Canadian, but there are still a few stretch goals left to reach, including console and VR support as well as multiple endings.

Visage isn’t the first game to take to Kickstarter after being inspired by Guillermo del Toro and Hideo Kojima’s canceled collaboration. In its early stages, Lilith Ltd. took to Kickstarter in order to find funding for Allison Road. However, publisher Team 17 picked up the project, and Lilith canceled the crowdfunding campaign shortly afterward.

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