The House by: Nightmare Actual He walks into a seemingly harmless house, a house that has had comings and goings, many pitter-patters of children, many husbands, many wives, many lives have been through this house, the house down the street, that house you walked by when you were children and talked about all the crazy things that have happened, the house you always wanted to find out what’s inside, that house you see every day, and not a single soul has gone through in years
There are dark forces entering our world. There are innocent people being taken by demonic forms. It is the 1980’s, and when monstrous paranormal activity is reported, who are you going to call? No one, because its already being taken care of by a young high school girl. Ysbyrd Games and developer Panstas, introduced a new kind of horror video game at PAXWEST, one that will create a suffocating atmosphere of dread and terror, and refrain from the exhausted use of jump scares.
Escape Your Prison in Inmates: Available Now! October has arrived, and with it come the pangs for horror games! This week, Iceberg Interactive will release its new puzzle/horror game: Inmates. This psychological thriller puts you in the head of Johnathan, a seemingly normal young man who wakes up in a horribly abnormal place. Trapped in a rundown prison with no means of escape, Johnathan must navigate through the rusty halls and find out how to stop the entire building from c
We have seen time and time again the importance of memory. Memory is everything, from an important teacher to a cunning weapon. Memories are the very things that people fear but people embrace. A human can hate a memory but find another to love. Those feelings bring about emotions that can drive a man into chaos, or push that man into hope. From Namco Bandai Games and developer studio, The Farm 51 comes their latest game, Get Even, out now on PlayStation and more. Get Even i
Perception: Embrace the Darkness in this Unique Horror Game Have you ever been afraid of the dark? Prepare to relive that fear. The Deep End Games’ first title Perception throws players into the eyes of the blind, forcing them to wander a haunted mansion using little more than sound and wits. At PAX East, Stack-Up managed to play a demo of this bold twist to horror games. You’ll first notice that this game is dark—in more ways than one. You play as Cassie, a young blind woman
Monsters, robots, and a terrifying presence on a derelict vessel in space. Of course, it all sounds familiar, but it doesn’t make the premise, or the experience, any less exciting. Making the leap from PC’s and smartphones, Dead Effect 2, from Badfly interactive is arriving on consoles this coming Tuesday, January 17th. Dead Effect 2 features players as part of a squad of futuristic super-soldiers, that board a derelict space vessel, as all communication is ceased. Of course,
Halloween has come and gone, but horror games never go out of season. The first Alpha of tinyBuild’s Hello Neighbor released last week, and it promises to bring some impressive new changes to the genre, from the premise right down to the color pallet. No rainy woods and dying flashlights here””just a curious stroll through your neighbor’s house. You’re new to the neighborhood, but even you can tell there’s something weird about your mustachioed neighbor. After taking some tim