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Maid of Sker - First-person Stealth Survival Horror Game - Set in Wales

user image 2020-04-28
By: Ceri Shaw
Posted in: computer games

"Maid of Sker is a first-person survival horror, set in a remote hotel with a gory and macabre history from British folklore. Coming to PC, PS4 and Xbox One in June 2020. Coming to Switch in Q3 2020."

If the quality of the trailer is anything to go by this could be a great game.

While you  await release why not catch up with the ghastly history of Sker House here:

Sker House – Where Fact & Fiction Collide by C.M. Saunders

From the article: "The history of Sker House dates back almost a thousand years to when it was first built as a monastic grange to support nearby Margam Abbey by monks of the Cistercian order. After the dissolution of the monasteries, ownership of the estate changed hands several times in quick succession whilst it remained a refuge for renegade monks. In 1597, then-owner Jenkin Turberville, a staunch Roman Catholic, was allegedly tortured to death after being accused of promoting the 'Old Religion' and in 1679, the missionary Saint Philip Evans was hung, drawn and quartered in Cardiff after being arrested at Sker House the previous year. Many other dignitaries and prominent historical figures have spent time there, and visitors once travelled from far and wide to marvel at its spectral beauty. Over the years, Sker House became a hive of paranormal activity. People have reported seeing ghost ships just off the coast and disembodied lights flickering along the beach, as well as hearing mysterious banshee-like wailing sounds in the grounds. Visitors often experience a crushing sense of doom when entering the premises, and there are also accounts of poltergeist activity and shadow people." 

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Ceri Shaw
04/28/20 10:07:49PM @ceri-shaw:

"‘The apology made it worse’: Video game news platform slammed over Welsh jibes" (see linked article below)

Dwi'n cytuno! :)