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Japanese Ladies Play P.T. Silent Hills Demo

Posted on Friday, August 15 @ 11:00:00 PST by


Somewhat close to being cruel and unusual, this trailer for P.T. has poor Japanese women playing the recently released demo (available at gamescom), and well, just see the results for yourself.

When the vague demo for P.T. appeared on the PS4, creator Hideo Kojima, who joined forces with Guillermo del Toro, believed that no would would be able to beat or decipher what it really was: a demo for Silent Hills, But players, despite the game's psychological tricks, were able to beat the game and figure out the truth shockingly quickly.

Our writer Blake Peterson stopped by yesterday at my humble abode, in part to pick up some products for review, but we decided to try out the P.T. demo together. One of our roommates had to leave the room after a while and, after returning in an hour, was surprised and visible disappointed that we were still trying to figure it out despite following a guide posted by CraveOnline's Jonathan Leack.

If you would like to try out P.T., you can find the demo almost secretly tucked away on the PS4 by typing "PT" in the search box.
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