S.T.A.L.K.E.R.: Shadow of Chernobyl creature feature

Cthulu meets Resident Evil

Last week, we’ve given you a massive dose of screenshots for S.T.A.L.K.E.R.: Shadow of Chernobyl in one healthy recipe of an archive. While that’s well and good, here’s something totally new to show off. It might be just four screens, but the keen thing about it is that they reveal a lot. They reveal so much, in fact, that we’re wondering why it didn’t make Playboy’s Christmas issue’s centerfold.

While two shots show the Stalkers, the other two show the stalkers stalking the Stalkers. Those two creatures do posses the post-nuclear effects we’ve imagined Chernobyl would have on its inhabitants in “The Zone”. It seems that enemies in GSC Game World‘s title would either be mutants of human beings (as seen in that freakish gas-masked dude below) or a wholly new alien life form unknown to man (as seen in the Cthulu-ish ape creature above).

Fine, it’s not much centerfold-material for some, but for those people who might be regular readers of “Fangoria,” we could expect them to buck in the squeamish throes of passion.

STALKER: Shadow of Chernobyl - Image 1STALKER: Shadow of Chernobyl - Image 2STALKER: Shadow of Chernobyl - Image 3

Cthulu meets Resident Evil

Last week, we’ve given you a massive dose of screenshots for S.T.A.L.K.E.R.: Shadow of Chernobyl in one healthy recipe of an archive. While that’s well and good, here’s something totally new to show off. It might be just four screens, but the keen thing about it is that they reveal a lot. They reveal so much, in fact, that we’re wondering why it didn’t make Playboy’s Christmas issue’s centerfold.

While two shots show the Stalkers, the other two show the stalkers stalking the Stalkers. Those two creatures do posses the post-nuclear effects we’ve imagined Chernobyl would have on its inhabitants in “The Zone”. It seems that enemies in GSC Game World‘s title would either be mutants of human beings (as seen in that freakish gas-masked dude below) or a wholly new alien life form unknown to man (as seen in the Cthulu-ish ape creature above).

Fine, it’s not much centerfold-material for some, but for those people who might be regular readers of “Fangoria,” we could expect them to buck in the squeamish throes of passion.

STALKER: Shadow of Chernobyl - Image 1STALKER: Shadow of Chernobyl - Image 2STALKER: Shadow of Chernobyl - Image 3

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