Probably just a reference to the fact the description mentions them desecrating the graves and such(Long time lurker, first time poster)
The design of the "S" in games is shockingly similar to an "8", along with the graffiti on the mausoleum in the back resembling the same shape.
Just an observation, would love if anyone had legit insight.
In the past, we've seen details in houses kinda get mashed together when they get translated to the..."insiders" I guess will be the word I use?I guess I will be the one to ask: wasn't this originally seen as being a bit more of an ethereal house? I realize that it could just be marketing speak, but it sounds like they are going for full on terror with this one. The initial concept that seemed to be kicking around made this seem like more of an ambiance offering. Also, no mention of ghost kids in the descriptions (as of right now, anyways).
Can anyone speak to this or is there some interview/press release I missed?
Yeah there was so much talk about what this house was going to be and then the name changes, it was Graveyard but no one knew what and then became Graveyard Hide and Seek and stuck until now being called Graveyard Games, which honestly sounds like a better name so far.In the past, we've seen details in houses kinda get mashed together when they get translated to the..."insiders" I guess will be the word I use?
For example, Fallen back in 2017 becomes "Catacombs Of Gothic" because details got mashed together when they shouldn't have been.
I could see the same thing happening here. Where it's the kids defacing stuff but one person gets it confused and yadda yadda.