Saibot Studios Introduces In-Game Antagonist.

Saibot Studios, unveils second Horrific chapter..

Argentinean based indie game developer, Saibot Studios unveils their next live-action Horror video. The latest entry serves as part two of a three part installment. Each segment to the mini series offers a backstory to the indie Horror game; “Doorways”.

The latest video introduce chilling rumors to in-game character The Roaster and his family. Andrés Borghi served as director. Borghi is a name that should resonate with Horror enthusiast. His short film “Alexia” became an internet sensation in 2013. Borghi’s film “Working Day” was chosen by Peter Jackson as the best short film in the “Your Big Break” competition. The short film stars actor Walter Donado. Donado portrays Juan Torres aka The Roaster in the “Doorways” live-action release. For those unfamiliar with “Doorways” here’s a summary to the in-game antagonist.

Juan Torres aka The Roaster and his family are the focus of numerous rumors involving cannibalism, black magic, sects and all kinds of superstitions.

The “Doorways” video series is now available. Visit and/or subscribe to Saibot Studios’ YouTube Channel for further this and more installments.  “Doorways: Holy Mountains of Flesh” is the final installment to the “Doorways” game series. The episode is now available on Steam Early Access.

The long synopsis to “Doorways: Holy Mountains of Flesh” reads as follows:

Doorways: Holy Mountains of Flesh follows Thomas Foster, main character of the series, who will visit El Chacal, a small and remote village in the mountainous region of Salta, Argentina to go after an entire family of lunatics led by Juan Torres, better-known as ‘The Roaster’. Juan and his family are the focus of numerous rumors involving cannibalism, black magic, sects and all kinds of superstitions. Be ready to enter the most twisted of criminal minds! This new episode features gameplay mechanics in the vein of the first three episodes – first-person horror exploration and puzzles.

Never partook in the “Doorways” video game experience? The minis-series accompaniments value a watch. Below are the first two parts for the “Doorways: Holy Mountains of Flesh” Horror series. For our Latino audiences also provided are the Spanish versions.

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“Doorways: Holy Mountains of Flesh” Spanish Version

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“Doorways: Holy Mountains of Flesh” English Version

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