Silver KomainuDefeat the Krux, then save the game. Spectrobes origins spectrobes list.
Contents AppearanceThe Psycho wears a metal black jumpsuit and a mask to conceal his identity. He also wears a thick, stuffed suit with blood-splattered overalls and grey gloves with brown cuffs.
Underneath the overalls is a jean shirt with its sleeves rolled up, and a long sleeve brown shirt underneath. He has a brown tool belt around his waist, with a few tools inside. Depending on the player's choices, he carries a gas cylinder or a needle while chasing.His mask resembles a skull-like style, designed with a pair of thin black eyebrows, with 2 circle-shaped jade-black spiked side cracks (for sight) and a nose crack placement (for breathing).
The Wendigos are the ultimate antagonists of Until Dawn. They were humans who have been mutated into cannibalistic monsters after eating the flesh of other.
As for the mouth design, it shows the whole light bubblegum-pink gums with yellowish-white 'rotten' styled teeth. The whole base of the mask is plain dirty white and appears to be either made of silicone, glass, or porcelain.PersonalityThe Psycho is shown to have severe psychological issues, degrees of paranoia, hallucinations, and feelings of loneliness and isolation. He seems to love torture towards most of the protagonists. He also seems to be a stalker-like being, before he could proceed to his fun-loving torture nature.Until Dawn BiographyThe Psycho is the first main antagonist introduced in-game. He follows and taunts the group of friends while setting up Saw-like traps, resembling classic horror film antagonists.InvolvementThe Psycho stalks the survivors first in an attempt to capture them. The interactions towards the characters are influenced by the player's choices.He is first introduced when and think they hear in the kitchen. Ashley opens the door and then is pulled inside, with the door slamming shut.
Chris struggles to get the door open and when he finally does, he is punched by the Psycho and gets knocked out. The Psycho then drags Ashley out of the room, leaving an unconscious Chris. He afterwards goes on to light many of the candles in the lodge.During this chapter, the Psycho has already captured Ashley and makes Chris choose between saving her and Josh. No matter the player's choice, Josh will always be sawed in half.
It is later revealed that Josh's body was only a fake.The Psycho is shown watching TV monitors, showing various parts of the lodge. The center monitor shows and outside the gate, and as they go out, the Psycho locks the gate.The Psycho is then shown watching an unsuspecting Sam while she is taking a bath. He then leaves the room and shuts the door, the air blowing out her lit candle as he closes the door. She then removes her earphones and goes down the stairs in a towel. As she goes in the lodge's cinema room, the doors slam shut and she is shown a video of her bathing and Josh being sawed in half. The Psycho will then burst the doors open and chase Sam. He attempts to capture her by knocking her out with either gas or a syringe.
The Psycho will catch Sam except if the player chooses to hide at the last opportunity and did not kill the squirrel in chapter 1 as Chris.At the end of the chapter, another Dr. Hill therapy session will happen. As he looks at the scarecrow card, The Psycho suddenly appears in front of Dr. Hill.The Psycho messes with Ashley and Chris as they search for Sam. He makes ghosts appear, dolls move, and items fly off the wall.
If Ashley chooses to investigate the movement, she can see the Psycho in his workshop. After finding Sam or a dummy in her clothes, the Psycho will appear and knock out Chris.
If Ashley grabbed the scissors, she will be given the opportunity to stab him. If she does, it's not a fatal stab and it only makes him angry. He will punch her and she will be knocked out.
The Psycho then ties up Ashley and Chris to two chairs. The Psycho makes Chris decide whether to shoot Ashley or kill himself as two sawblades inch toward them from above. At the end of the episode, patronizes the Psycho for torturing the others.Throughout the Psycho's pursuit of the game's protagonists, it is revealed that he is the one being interviewed by Dr. Hill.The Psycho steps out of the shadows and shows himself to Chris, Ashley, Sam, and Mike. Chris tries to shoot him and the Psycho tells him that there are only blanks in the gun.
He walks over and takes off his mask in front of all of them. The Psycho is revealed to be Josh, who faked his own death as part of a prank on his friends.
He never intended to kill any of them, though he doesn't seem to mind hurting them as he knocks out Ashley and Chris, and is far from gentle in his pursuit of Sam.The supposed motive for his prank is to get revenge on the people who humiliated and indirectly caused her and 's disappearance. However, Sam and Chris are included in Josh's revenge scheme, despite not being involved in (and even opposed to) the original prank. He is delusional in thinking that his prank would be acceptable to his friends and he filmed most of it, hoping to be an internet sensation. Mike becomes angry and blames Josh for killing. He then knocks Josh out cold.The next scene shows Mike and Chris leading Josh outside of the lodge to the.
They show their disappointment and anger toward Josh after the reveal. Depending on the player's choices, Chris will hit Josh multiple times. At the shed, Chris and Mike tie Josh up as his speech deteriorates into incoherent rambling.
He will comment on the player's two decisions with Ashley as well.After Mike leaves Josh alone in the shed, he will be dragged away by a.Josh falls into the mines unconscious.Josh experiences vivid hallucinations of his sisters, Dr. Hill, a pig, and a Wendigo.
|Until Dawn: Rush of Blood|
|Publisher(s)||Sony Interactive Entertainment|
Until Dawn: Rush of Blood is a rail shooter developed by Supermassive Games and published by Sony Interactive Entertainment, released on 13 October 2016 worldwide for PlayStation VR headset on PlayStation 4. It is a direct spin-off from Until Dawn and features the player riding a horror-themed roller coaster while shooting at inanimate objects and live enemies.
The game is a direct spin-off from Until Dawn. The player plays on a roller coaster cart while going through a horror-themed carnivalamusement park which grows more intense as the player progresses through the game. The game features seven different roller coasters that feature some of the same locations and characters from its brethren although with different themes, and are quickly loaded by default with handguns, although other weapons are available.
After the successful release of Until Dawn, Until Dawn: Rush of Blood was rumoured to be in development on October 2015, and was fully announced as a title for the PlayStation VR in November. It was also announced in December that the game was also developed using the Decimagame engine that was modified with Havok physics from Until Dawn, and was previewed at PlayStation Experience the same month.
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