Is it possible to watch this cheery advert and not get creeped out? - destructoid

Is it possible to watch this cheery advert and not get creeped out?

8:30 PM on 06.08.2014

Kyle MacGregor

Associate Editor

Thomas Was Alone creator teases his new project


Take a look at this video advertisement for Gisborne Industries, a fictional corporation from Mike Bethell's forthcoming stealth game Volume. Don't those smiling faces and propagandist statements just give you the willies? It's enough to send a chill down your spine.

Volume aims to launch later this year on PlayStation 4, Vita, Windows PC and Mac.




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