Based on this hour-long play session of The Evil Within, I'm not expecting to be particularly scared by the game, but I am expecting to die quite a few times. Given its limited checkpoints, the fear of failure and having to replay sections should keep the tension up, though.
That's Bethesda vice president of PR and marketing Pete Hines behind the controller. He seemed to take a lot of his frustration out with those stealth head-stabs. They do look satisfying.
[*].disqus.comto your security software's whitelist.