Bokeh Game Studio, a new independent development company led by director Keiichiro Toyama of Silent Hill, finally announced its first project Slitterhead at The Game Awards tonight. As you can imagine, it is weird.
At the beginning of the trailer, a man walks in a typical urban alley and then meets a woman. Soon thereafter, we saw what appeared to be Slitterhead for the first time, because the woman’s face was cracked and her body mutated into a skeleton monster. From there, a strange compilation of scenes including but not limited to police being chopped in half by a similar skeleton beast, a man wearing a motorcycle helmet turning blood into a sword, another man wearing pajamas falling from the sky, and more Many. We ended up with a shot of a densely populated apartment building when an airplane flew overhead, and then zoomed in on an older woman whose face had been cracked—just like everyone else—even though it was closed this time. The woman looks normal.
Check out the full trailer below:
Except for what we saw in the trailer, we don’t know much about Slitterhead, except for what Toyama has hinted at in past interviews.Back in June, it Be exposed He is developing a choice-driven game. In December 2020, Toyama told Japan IGN His next project (this is on the surface) will be released in 2023.