Let’s Talk About ‘Call of Cthulhu: The Official Video Game’

When it comes to describing horror games, the term "Lovecraftian" gets thrown around whenever it's time to talk about gross monsters, loss of sanity, and a general fear of the unknown. I mean, H.P. Lovecraft's name is synonymous with horror (and racism and xenophobia) and plenty of writers are inspired by his earlier works, but … Continue reading Let’s Talk About ‘Call of Cthulhu: The Official Video Game’

[REVIEW] Vampyr

Horror-themed RPGs are too few and far between for my liking, especially when it comes to home consoles, but last year the developers behind Life is Strange delivered a bloody brilliant original I.P. in Vampyr that I really didn't appreciate my first time around. A few weeks ago I started rewatching Buffy the Vampire Slayer … Continue reading [REVIEW] Vampyr

My Top 5 Favorite Horror Games of ALL TIME!

Happy Halloween, folks! As many of you know, my gaming diet largely consists of JRPGs, point-and-click adventure games, and survival horror, so to celebrate my favorite holiday, I wanted to do a quick rundown of my top five favorite horror titles of ALL TIME. This type of list always seems easy in theory but narrowing … Continue reading My Top 5 Favorite Horror Games of ALL TIME!

[REVIEW] Black Mirror

Back in 2003, Czech developer Future Games (which began with only five people) released a successful point-and-click horror game entitled The Black Mirror, which followed the cursed bloodline of the Scottish Gordon family. Fast-forward to 2017 (or, rewind, I guess, now that it's 2019), where the series was apparently relevant enough to receive a reboot … Continue reading [REVIEW] Black Mirror

Holiday Horrors: Home Sweet Home

October is the perfect month to dive into some great horror games, be it playing them yourself or watching a Let’s Play from the comfort of your pillow fort. Halloween is all about the spookies, after all, and I wanted to draw attention to some of my favorite lesser-knowns in the genre to help spread … Continue reading Holiday Horrors: Home Sweet Home

Holiday Horrors: Stories Untold

October is the perfect month to dive into some great horror games, be it playing them yourself or watching a Let’s Play from the comfort of your pillow fort. Halloween is all about the spookies, after all, and I wanted to draw attention to some of my favorite lesser-knowns in the genre to help spread … Continue reading Holiday Horrors: Stories Untold

Holiday Horrors: Blair Witch

October is the perfect month to dive into some great horror games, be it playing them yourself or watching a Let’s Play from the comfort of your pillow fort. Halloween is all about the spookies, after all, and I wanted to draw attention to some of my favorite lesser-knowns in the genre to help spread … Continue reading Holiday Horrors: Blair Witch

Holiday Horrors: Detention

October is the perfect month to dive into some great horror games, be it playing them yourself or watching a Let's Play from the comfort of your pillow fort. Halloween is all about the spookies, after all, and I wanted to draw attention to some of my favorite lesser-knowns in the genre to help spread … Continue reading Holiday Horrors: Detention

[REVIEW] ‘Outlast 2’ Makes a Few Adjustments and Remains Absolutely Terrifying on the Switch

Outlast 2 Developer: Red Barrels Publisher: Red Barrels Reviewed on: Nintendo Switch Release Date: March 27, 2018 Price: $29.99 Red Barrels' terrifying first-person horror adventure Outlast 2 arrived a month after the original game and its accompanied DLC stealthily released onto the Switch's eShop. While Outlast and its Whistleblower chapter have been available elsewhere for … Continue reading [REVIEW] ‘Outlast 2’ Makes a Few Adjustments and Remains Absolutely Terrifying on the Switch

[REVIEW] Thanks to Handheld Mode, ‘Outlast’ is More Terrifying on Switch Than Anywhere Else

Outlast: Bundle of Terror Developer: Red Barrels Publisher: Red Barrels Reviewed on: Nintendo Switch Release date: February 27, 2018 Price: $24.99 USD Having already played Outlast on PC, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4, I was surprised by how excited I was to jump back in for a fourth go when developer Red Barrels stealthily released … Continue reading [REVIEW] Thanks to Handheld Mode, ‘Outlast’ is More Terrifying on Switch Than Anywhere Else