The Kickstarter for Phantom Halls, a procedurally generated haunted house game, is now live. In Early Access for a year now, the game has been continuously receiving updates in its testing phase. Now, the developers are turning to the consumers to help as the final game reaches its Halloween 2018 release Continue Reading
What is the easiest way to scare somebody? Is it to play on primal fears, slowly building tension until the audience can’t take it anymore and then ratchet up that tension a little more? Nah, it’s really just yelling “BOO!” at them several times and calling it a day. This Continue Reading
We’re starting 2018 off with the release of a highly anticipated game. One over a decade in the making: Remothered: Tormented Fathers. It’s a worthwhile survival horror game, with an engaging and beautiful world to play in. The musical score lends to the gameplay and the complexity of the characters fleshes out Continue Reading
Let me start out by saying I am a huge wuss when it comes to the horror genre. It is just not for me. The Inpatient, on the other hand, was one of the best experiences I have ever had in virtual reality. The Inpatient was made by Supermassive Games Continue Reading
The game knows its limitations and attempts so create a nuanced artistic escapade as opposed to a highly polished graphical experience.
Frictional Games has done it again. This studio has created an utterly creepy, first-person thriller. SOMA‘s atmosphere is perfect for a horror game as the constant reminder of being underwater makes the player feel helpless and alone. With minor frame rate drops, a few bugs and a bittersweet story, SOMA for the Xbox One Continue Reading
They came to Slayaway Camp to have fun, to have a good time, away from it all. But instead… they got pecked, eviscerated, crushed by chocolate eggs, and stung to death by bees. Slayaway Camp: Butcher’s Cut, developed by Blue Wizard and published by Digerati, is a horror puzzle game Continue Reading
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.
On the 2nd of February, 1959, a group of nine experienced hikers from the Ural Polytechnic Institute headed into the northern Ural Mountains. Their destination: Otorten. However, as snowstorms and decreasing visibility caused them to lose their way as they trekked through the mountainous landscape, they established a camp on Continue Reading
Originally released in 2015, SOMA looks to be gearing up for a release on Xbox One. A game listing on a European rating agency, PEGI, suggest the game is finally coming for Xbox owners. When the game had first released, it was only on PC and PlayStation. Now after two years Continue Reading