The Evil Within: The Consequence for PlayStation 4

The Evil Within: The Consequence

Apr 21, 2015

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This game requires the base game The Evil Within to play.

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About this game

Developer: Tango Gameworks
Content Rating: Mature


This is the final installment of a two-part, story driven experience where players take on the role of detective Juli Kidman, Sebastian Castellanos' mysterious partner, in a concurrent story that looks to answer some of the questions surrounding her whereabouts during The Evil Within. Along the way she will encounter disturbing new enemies, discover new mysteries, and uncover new horrors. The Consequence give fans of The Evil Within the perfect opportunity to continue discovering detective Kidman’s hidden motivations and her mysterious connection to Mobius, the shadowy group thought to be behind the gruesome events of The Evil Within.

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Greg HillApr 24, 2015
Think of The Evil Within as a cake: a big round sponge, black in colour and flavoured using brains and body parts. Along with its predecessor, The Consequence is like blood-coloured icing, finger bone candles, and human skin shavings which gruesomely perfect this intense Mikami concoction of gore and grizzle. Drenched in atmosphere and relying on running over gunning, The Consequence wreaks havoc on the nerves and leaves players delightfully anticipating the arrival of The Executioner, the final DLC forThe Evil Within.
Steven BurnsApr 24, 2015
Elsewhere, however, The Consequence delivers, both on its own merits and as a complement to The Evil Within. Its conclusion is at least as satisfying as that found in the main game, and probably more so given the revelations it contains. It's also stuffed with exposition for those that want it, in the form of audio tapes. More of the same it may be, but The Consequence is also a tightened, refined version of a game that was already pretty good to begin with.
Drew HurleyApr 26, 2015
Taken as a whole, Juli’s story is a superb addition and features numerous elements that would have made the original game even better. This DLC can be completed in only two to three hours, but the Kurayami mode and the collectables, along with a host of actually-interesting-to-obtain trophies, all make up for a decent amount of playtime. ...those who didn’t like the original may find something more to their tastes here, with the emphasis much more on survival horror to action horror.

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