Supermassive Games made such a name for itself with the success of Until Dawn that anything new coming from the studio quickly becomes a talking point for fans of thrillers and horror genre tropes. Luckily for fans of the developer, it has been quite busy over the past year, and at E3 2017 Supermassive Games unveiled several new titles that are already being worked on, and fans of smart, tense thrills will have their hands full of troubling scenarios soon enough. Although the E3 2017 reveal of The Inpatient would likely have been enough for fans eager to see what’s next for Supermassive Games, however, the developer took it a step further and also showcased a new title called Hidden Agenda. Hidden Agenda takes many of its cues from… Next »
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