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Developer Climax Graphics swears they have fixed the camera glitches that plagued their last Dreamcast title, Blue Stinger, and are ready to prove it with this upcoming game, due this fall in Japan. Illbleed is described by its creators as a "Virtual Horror Land," which is to say Resident Evil-style puzzles and combat, but with a twist.
Illbleed keeps track of danger around you with its unique "four senses sensor"--registering danger via sight, sound, smell and your "sixth sense" (what? no tasting trouble?). As you get hurt or frightened, a stress meter on the bottom of the screen fills and your heart beats faster and faster until, well, it explodes. At some points in the game you can also go into a first-person "horror monitor" view to look for clues.
Sega themselves are reportedly planning on releasing Illbleed stateside. We should know more after E3, so stay tuned.