Netflix show added to horror game detention

Red Candle Games are probably best known for their dedication causing trouble with the Chinese government, but they also made decent video games. One of them, high school horror detention, produced a live-action series on Netflix. It started this weekend, and after watching the first two episodes, surely, I keep watching. Oh, and they’re coming up with a new game.

The game was set up at Greenwood High School in Taiwan for 38 years under martial law, which ended in 1987, but the show takes place there in the 1990s. Without much loss, the series is still built on its original setting, and its eerie crawls a bit from the “white terror” era to the present day. I’m not directly sure if the historic strands have been adopted from the game (it’s been a while), but it doesn’t have to be. I enjoy the detention show as my own.

1) It’s hard to recommend because I still don’t know how a creepy person behaves 2) My time is essentially worthless. It may crumble into a cliché, or it may do something cool and interesting, but I’m crazy about it for now. That is, if it’s the usual haunted event, don’t pretend I stop watching, but that’s a shame. The series is eight episodes long, and two arrive on Netflix every Saturday until the 26th.

“Despite the turmoil of Silent Hill, it’s a horror game, unlike any other game I’ve played, thanks to its clever use of historic settings,” said former Adam (RPS of Peace) in 2017. Stated in the detention review of. “If you’re interested in thoughtful and scary games, don’t slip through this.”

Detention previously produced novel adaptations and live-action films. And unlike dedication, you can still buy detention. Available from Steam and publishers.

Red candle Made fun of This weekend, “The studio is busy developing new games.” There are no hints about what that is, but they “hope we can share more information with you soon.” !”Is called.

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Horror game Detention now has a Netflix show

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