It is that time of year when the ghoulies, ghosties, long-leggedy beasties and things that go bump in the night get up to all sorts of mischief. To celebrate, we crept through the graveyard, opened those dusty vaults in our search for the best horror games ever made. These are games that not only creeped us out but actually simulated the experience of being stalked, scared and startled like any good horror movie.

The world seems to almost come to a complete stop in gaming when a new console releases, and none more so than with a Nintendo one. Such was the case this March when the shiny, either sleekly grey or blindingly neon Switch hit store shelves worldwide. For weeks, it seemed […]

Earlier this year Capcom released Resident Evil 7: Biohazard, a game attempting to revisit classic survival-horror tropes for a modern day audience. This turned out to be a massive success, and Tango Gamework’s The Evil Within 2 achieves this same honor by reinventing the survival-horror genre with a few experimental changes to the […]

  Call of Duty, a series that everyone loves to hate. Other players find it to be the best first-person shooter series on the market. Call of Duty has been around for 14 years, and has been the gateway to the industry for many gamers. The Call of Duty documentary titled […]

Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment Group, TT Games, and the Lego Group announced they will no longer be creating new expansion packs for Lego Dimensions. The game originally released for the PS4, PS3, Xbox One, Xbox 360, and Wii U. The game never released on the Switch. The most recent wave […]

Best known for the series Dead Space, Visceral Games has sadly shut down. Electronic Arts made the announcement earlier this week, shocking many including myself. When I first heard the news I couldn’t believe it. I was in denial. As more reports of the story came out, it finally sunk in. […]

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The Flame in the Flood is a gorgeous and thought-provoking journey down an expansive river. The game is, at its core, a survival-based, rogue-like adventure. It’s very much in the same vein as something like Don’t Starve. The basic premise of the game is to work your way from one […]

Nintendo has always had an interesting place in the home gaming market. Originally founded as a playing card company in 1889, no one ever expected that they would also be the linchpin that relaunched the home gaming market, which had crashed in 1983. Over the years, the company has released […]