Horror Games Reviews

Among the Sleep

Think what sets Among the Sleep apart from most games is its decision to place the player in the shoes of a child. Not only that, but the game never breaks away from the conceit. This is how Among the Sleep defines itself amongst the horror landscape. Written words are merely gibberish, everything is too big and too high, and the only constant in the child’s journey to save his mysteriously absent mother is a talking teddy bear. All of these aspects combine to create a sense of innocent terror; forget the fact that there is a shadowy figure... Read More

The Evil Within

I end up rather clashed about The Evil Within, the most recent game from Resident Evil maker Shinji Mikami. This may well be on account of The Evil Within is from multiple points of view a clashed game all by itself. It is at the same time a reverence to and a separating from Mikami’s most basically acclaimed creation, the splendid Resident Evil 4.  It is goal-oriented yet likewise preservationist, actually radiant yet additionally frustratingly confined. It contains many incredible little minutes, yet winds up feeling like short of what the entirety of its... Read More

Evolve Alpha

Indeed this occasion has been unimaginably built up. I lost number of what number of messages I got from Evolve both paving the way to the occasion and amid the weekend. In any case notwithstanding all the buildup it unquestionably has not been plain-cruising for 2k games. The Ps4 occasion has just barely started, with issues evidently ascribed to the last Ps4 redesign. The PC rendition has had a few patches to attempt and enhance matchmaking and association drop outs. Numerous disappointed players took to twitter and the web to vent their dissatisfaction. ... Read More

Zombie Army Trilogy

Zombies have been the perpetual whipping young men of the shooter sort for some time now, and it was certain that sooner or later they’d get squashed up with Nazis – second in the gun feed class table – to make a definitive blame free focuses to impact away at.  While Zombie Army Trilogy on the PC is a long way from the first to wheel out these undead fascists, it does endeavor to convey a novel twist to the fights against its undead army, by utilizing a significant number of the mechanics from the Sniper Elite recreations – including its scandalous murder cam... Read More

Alien: Isolation

In addition, of every last one of games I’ve played in the not so distant past, Alien: Isolation is most worth appreciating. The last item has ended up being just as fulfilling as the different demos I’ve played over the recent months; the diversion succeeds on various levels.  It’s a grand bit of fan administration, the most perfectly and splendidly acknowledged virtual adjustment of a motion picture universe ever dedicated to polygons, yet its dedication to the source material doesn’t take on at the cost of playability. It couldn’t have happened to a... Read More

The Evil Within 2

The Evil Within 2 may be more of a mixed bag than its predecessor. While it takes certain strong praises of the original and improves on them tenfold, such as the aforementioned art direction, Tango Gameworks’ return to the series sees not only a drastic change in pacing and narrative, but a complete shift in structure as well – something which is much to the detriment of this experience. While The Evil Within was a pretty mixed bag overall, it was a welcome return back to the time of second-era Resident Evil games. It may have been a shoddy revitalization of a genre... Read More

Resident Evil 7

The end result is a bit more like old Resident Evil than people may have imagined, and in the best way possible. One could find a lot of cause to compare this sequel to the reboot of Doom. It captures the spirit of old Resident Evil games and brings it forward in a modern, fresh direction. For those who may have felt betrayed by Resident Evil 6’s heavy action leanings, Resident Evil 7 is for you. You star as Ethan, a man on the hunt for his wife Mia. Thought to be dead, he receives an email from her three years later telling him to find her at Baker Plantation in... Read More

Outlast 2

  Outlast set a new bar for indie and mainstream horror when it came out in 2013. It made waves among the horror themed Let’s Players of the world, but was also critically acclaimed for its design and characters. It was so popular that a sequel was only sensible, and now we have Outlast 2. Instead of traveling back to Mount Massive Asylum, players are dropped in the middle of a deranged cult village and must traverse churches, mountains, forests, swamps, and mines to find their wife and escape. All the while, you record the horrors you witness and uncover... Read More

FRIDAY THE 13TH

Well, the franchise has grown up after the movie released after following the Kickstarter campaign and watching this game grow, I could not have been more excited when I found out I was going to be reviewing Friday the 13th: The Game. I’m a huge fan of the movies and longed for a game worthy of being associated with these cult classics. The second I turned it on I was greeted with some nostalgic 80’s TV style publisher and developer logos, which were accompanied by tinny sound and the bad quality you would find on an old home video. The scene was set and I was ready for... Read More

SLENDERMAN: THE ARRIVAL

Slenderman originally debuted a few years ago on PC and has created quite a following thanks to the tall, skinny character that has its own mythology outside of video games. However, it hasn't really had a chance to make an impact on consoles until now, with Midnight City picking up the publishing rights. And while the game still has a couple of good scares here and there, it just isn't quite the same beast as it was a few years ago. Something's sorely missing. Keep Calm And Slender In the game, you portray a guy who makes his way through a dark... Read More