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Horror Heavyweights Pay Tribute to George A. Romero

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tribute art by "Ghoulish" Gary Pullin

The importance and influence of George A. Romero, not just to the horror world but to cinema at large, simply cannot be overstated. Back in 1968, Romero didn’t just create the modern zombie with Night of the Living Dead, he also revolutionized independent film and changed the horror genre forever.

There’s not a filmmaker working within the horror space today who doesn’t owe a debt to George Romero, nor is there a horror fan who hasn’t been hugely impacted by his work. And never have both of these things been more clear than in the past 24 hours, in the wake of the devastating news that the godfather of zombie cinema passed away.

Losing a legend like George Romero is incredibly upsetting to us all, but some comfort can be taken from the outpouring of social media love that follows such depressing news. Our disagreements and political viewpoints have been temporarily cast aside as we come together to pay tribute to a fallen icon, and it’s been beautiful to see.

We will be paying tribute to George Romero in our own ways this week here on BD, but in the meantime, we wanted to share some touching tribute tweets from some of horror’s true masters. From longtime friends like Stephen King and Tom Savini to fans such as Edgar Wright and James Gunn, the entirety of the horror world is mourning today.

There will never be another like Romero, that’s for sure.

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‘OMDO’ is ‘Doom’ With a Magic Eye Book

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We all know about Brutal Doom, the amazing mod that’s breathed a whole new experience into classic Doom. But have you tried your hand at OMDO? Or more accurately, have you ever used one of those Magic Eye books?

Yep, someone has taken classic Doom, put the entire shareware episode through a random dot autostereogram (aka a Magic Eye filter thingie), and the result is quite literally something you’ve never played before. Really, this is all just one of those goofy mods that takes the whole “can you do ‘x’ with ‘y’?” phrase and runs with it.

As mentioned, the entire shareware episode of Doom (which is Knee Deep In The Dead) has this effect applied to it, so either you cross your eyes or relax them to the point that you’ll be able to see what you’re playing. It also helps to have memorized the maps. It can also be difficult to play for long periods, so don’t go crazy.

To find out more about this mod, head to its homepage.

Yes, this is an actual screenshot.

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‘Devil May Cry 5’ Likely Coming Out “Before End of March 2019”

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It took its sweet time, but Devil May cry 5 is on its way. And sooner than you think.

The E3 trailer gave a Spring 2019 release date, but according to Capcom’s investor relations arm, that window has been narrowed to before the end of March. In the same press release, Capcom’s other big reveal, the Resident Evil 2 remaster, is again confirmed for its January 25th, 2019 release date.

Devil May Cry 5 is being directed by Hideaki Itsuno, who also directed Devil May Cry 3, Devil May Cry 4, and most recently, Dragon’s Dogma: Dark Arisen. Judging from the trailer, the game appears to have DMC4‘s Nero as the main protagonist, with Dante being secondary. Or, it could be Capcom messing with us again.

We’ll find out as the game creeps closer to release.

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‘Angels of Death’ Set for Release on the Nintendo Switch June 28th

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I can’t say that I’m familiar with Playism’s psychological horror game Angels of Death. The game was originally released as Freeware, but has since made its way to Steam. It’s also spawned a manga adaptation, and an anime adaptation that’s scheduled to air later this summer. And now, the game is headed to the Nintendo Switch, where it will be on the Nintendo eShop June 28th for $14.99. You can also pre-order it now for a 10% discount.

The game is divided up into four parts, and centres on Ray, a girl who awakens in a room resembling a basement, with no memory of how she got there. While searching for the exit, she happens upon Zack, a murderer whose entire face is bandaged up, and whose clothing resembles the Grim Reaper. Begging her to kill him, Ray promises to fulfil his wish only if he helps her to escape.

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D3 Publisher Bringing Horror Adventure ‘Disease: Hidden Object’ to the Nintendo Switch

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Psychological horror gamers will have something new to take with them on the go later this year with D3 Publisher’s upcoming horror adventure game Disease: Hidden Object for the Nintendo Switch. The game is currently being developed by OperaHouse Corporation, and will be available worldwide via the Nintendo eShop. No word yet on a release date.

In Disease: Hidden Object, you play as a former doctor caught in your doubts, drifting between the real world and your hallucinations. While moving between these two worlds, you must search for clues and documents to find the truth about the “abolished hospital” (presumably your former place of occupation). Find out more about the game on its official site.

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