Okay, Doorways Is Scaring Me

By Jim Rossignol on August 5th, 2013 at 1:00 pm.

Doorways is apparently “a survival horror game in which nothing is what it seems.” But I am pretty sure that what I just saw in that trailer was pretty scary. If it seems scary, then it is scary. Or perhaps just gross: that bit with the wheel is just unpleasant. Anyway, Doorways is an Argentinian videogame which seems to slot right in to a particular place on the shelf of videogame toe-curling which we’ve enjoyed so much these past years. It also threatens to hold hands with the first-person puzzle genre, as the devs explain: “From simple mind puzzles to timed and agility demanding situations, each level or scene in the game presents to you a different gameplay obstacle to overcome.”

That trailer lies beneath.

WooooOOOOOOooooo. It’s on Greenlight.


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  1. staberas says:

    well now we know the enemy is to fight a Titan. Im not afraid anymore

  2. Ironclad says:

    Is that the voice actor who played Alexander in Amnesia the dark descent?

    • MrThingy says:

      Hah! Was just about to post the same question!

    • SunshineDeathray says:

      Huh. Good ear. I never played that far into Amnesia, so I can’t tell how unique his voice is. That could either be good voice acting or terrible voice acting imho
      From their website/ blog:

      The great voice of Sam A. Mowry is now part of Doorways.
      He is the voice of “Alexander” in “Amnesia: The Dark Descent” and now he is “Thomas Foster” in “Doorways”.

  3. hk says:

    Can you please stop posting articles on games that don’t exist yet. Or at least stop writing about them in the present tense.

  4. Risingson says:

    EDIT: replying to hk

    I agree. But you know, hype. Part of what makes gaming a business.

  5. Iskariot says:

    I wish my heart was strong enough to survive playing games like this.

  6. misterT0AST says:

    That voiceover sounds very familiar. But the real question is, what does a hero truly need?

  7. HothMonster says:

    Well if “nothing is as it seems” and the game seems scary it must actually not be all the scary.

  8. minkiii says:

    I like the look of the atmosphere in this one… I wonder if the grim wheel part is optional? This looks enticingly spooky all the same.

  9. Piecewise says:

    [Trigger warning: Naked ladies, great abs.]

    • Henke says:

      I lol’d when you did this for the driving game, but if you’re just going to do it for _every_ game you’re really going to run the joke into the ground.

    • GunnerMcCaffrey says:

      Trigger warning: Angry man who’s angry about having nothing worthwhile to be angry about

    • Sparkasaurusmex says:

      Perhaps next time there is going to be a trigger warning there should first be a trigger warning that there will be a trigger warning, in case the trigger warning triggers this reaction.

  10. Kein says:

    That voice… “Cloak engaged”.
    i wonder if it is the same VA who voiced Alexander in Amnesia too, hmm…

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  12. Mario112 says:

    If the devs can pull this game off with enough attention to detail and near flawless game play mechanics; it could be a potential competitor to the stuff frictional games pulls off.


  13. scatterlogical says:

    Next… on THE SCARY DOOR…

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