The Dark Pictures Anthology: The Devil In Me
Learn more about The Dark Pictures Anthology: The Devil In Me as we go behind the scenes with the lead for The Devil In Me
There is still a whole other month to go through before we get to taste what The Dark Pictures: The Devil In Me is going to give us for the conclusion of this run. It is hard to believe, but it is what it is. November 18th is not going to get here fast enough for some of us out there. Thankfully, Supermassive Games is here to offer up a bit more for The Devil In Me to keep us going and not to spoil anything that we are going to experience. That is, unless, you think hearing from the actress that is going to be portraying the character is going to be something that will spoil something along the way. That is what we have to look at here, for now, so be warned.
As you will be able to see in the following video for The Devil In Me, we get to see and hear how Jessie Buckley went about bringing the character to life and the experience of making the game. Something that was truly new for them given that they do not play games in general. At least before this one came about. It sounds like there is a new backlog to take in for it all. Even if it does not look like it hurt the information of how the characters are evolving and changing in the game or how they all think. Have a look and see how The Devil In Me is getting the same treatment before. If anything, it will give us all a bit more to experience for the game as we wait for the next month to pass on by.
The Dark Pictures Anthology: The Devil In Me — Interview With Jessie Buckley Part 1
Lights, camera, action!
For the release of The Dark Pictures: The Devil In Me, our cameras had the exclusive opportunity to interview the star of The Devil In Me – Jessie Buckley.
Jessie shared with us her thoughts on filming for a game and what stood out for her in this unique experience.
Have you been pining for The Devil In Me to finally come out and needed this little extra to drag you back in? Is it interesting to know that the lead has never played a video game before now and that the creation has shifted to be close to how film and TV are now? Will that make for a better title or will it only make for a better performance from the cast? Tell us what you are thinking down in the comments and then feel free to discuss it all as you so wish. More for The Dark Pictures: The Devil In Me will be on the way to us all, so be sure to keep checking in for all of that and everything else that we have going on here.