In this sequel to 2014's The Evil Within, detective Sebastian Castellanos has lost it all. But when the mysterious corporation MOBIUS gives him a chance to save his own thought-dead ... See full summary »

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Sebastian Castellanos (voice)
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Juli Kidman (voice)
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Lily Castellanos (voice) (as Kiara Gamboa)
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Myra Castellanos (voice)
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Stefano Valentini (voice)
Ron Sewer ...
Theodore Wallace (voice)
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Tatiana Gutierrez / Woman on Train (voice)
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Liam O'Neal / Harbinger (voice)
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Yukiko Hoffman (voice) (as Ying Hsiao)
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Julian Sykes / Mobius Operative 4 (voice)
Crash Barrera ...
Esmeralda Torres (voice)
Richard Varga ...
Ryan Turner / Mobius Operative 1 (voice)
Aaron Veach ...
James Hayes / Union Citizen 1 (voice)
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Miles Harrison (voice) (as Christopher Kohls)
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In this sequel to 2014's The Evil Within, detective Sebastian Castellanos has lost it all. But when the mysterious corporation MOBIUS gives him a chance to save his own thought-dead daughter, he must descend again into the nightmare that is STEM to save her and redeem himself. The only way out for him is in.

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The only way out IS IN.


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John Johanas will be directing The Evil Within 2 while Shinji Mikami acts as an executive producer. Johanas is not new to the franchise though, as he was the director for the first Evil Within's expansions 'The Assignment' and 'The Consequence.' See more »

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Patch work game
21 October 2017 | by See all my reviews

For people who are used to video games, this title has nothing new, the bosses and puzzles are far to easy, ammo is abundant, saving is frequent, and whist the title has great graphics it lacks a coherent plot line.

Once again you take control of detective Sebastian Castellanos, to enter a STEM system full of twisted human like enemies. The game glosses over any reason for doing this or why the idyllic town called Union has fractured or indeed why their are enemies here, suggesting that it is a mystery that you need to investigate. It soon becomes clear that the typical enemies can be ignored, and the bosses are as weak as the plot that attempts to string the unconnected murders together.

Watch anyone playing the game and all you hear is them referring to other games like 'oh this is like...' where they have already been there and done that, as if the creators of the game have literally taken parts from other games they like and put them together patchwork.


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