The Dark Pictures Anthology: The Devil In Me
The second part of The Dark Pictures Anthology: The Devil In Me interview is here so we can be ready for the hotel heel in The Devil In Me
The second half is here for The Dark Pictures: The Devil In Me as we get to see how Jessie Buckley is bringing one of the lead characters to life for us all. We did learn a bit more about the performer and how things were from the start as Supermassive Games took the development forward. All so we have the best horror experience possible when The Devil In Me hits us all on the PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, and PC this November 18th. That just happens to be what we have to see and hear here from the performer and interviewer asking that hard questions. Even if it does feel like things are going to be the same on how the request is given so the performers can make the choice on how to go about it all.
It is not as much of a surprise here for The Devil In Me, but it sounds about as it is for all movies, TV, and games out there when it comes to creating the performance. It is another interesting thing to see and hear that Jessie Buckley is not a fan of horror due to being scared. It is another sign that it does show that some of the best performances and development come from those that can be driven to fear and not those that do not get afraid. It shows that it is all emotion-based even more to get the best frights possible. Seeing as those involved in The Devil In Me are in that mindset, it feels like we will have a nice, little, horror-filled ride coming right at us.
The Dark Pictures Anthology: The Devil In Me — Interview With Jessie Buckley Part 2
Would you rather play the self-sacrificing hero or betray those closest to you?
In this second part of Jessie Buckley’s interview, she covers her personal history with horror through her childhood, movies, and her father’s spooky jokes.
Discover her exclusive insights on how to convey fear as an actress.
Do you think all of these bits for The Devil In Me will help make the game a darker and scarier title or is it just how it normally is? Will not loving the experience of horror help convey the true terror out there or is that all still based on the performer’s skill out there? Is it interesting to see that none of the other performers have been highlighted in this mix or is this just how the anthology is going to keep going with the one lead? Feel free to let us all know down in the comments what you think and then feel free to discuss it too. There will be more for The Dark Pictures: The Devil In Me, so please keep checking back in for all of that and much, much more.
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