Perception – Review

Everyone likes a good thriller, and while the concept of a blind woman walking around a house might not sound very horrific, having limited awareness of your surroundings using echo-location proves a spine-tingling suspense builder to create a unique and intriguing game. Cassie is a young woman that's been troubled, while her blindness doesn't hold … Continue reading Perception – Review

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Slayaway Camp : Butchers Cut

Halloween is upon us and what better way to celebrate than slicing up a few students on a murderous rampage. Puzzle games might not sound like the scariest way to spend an evening, but Slayaway Camp is proving otherwise with a bone-cracking smash. Slayaway camp is a sliding object, puzzle title, where you're tasked with … Continue reading Slayaway Camp : Butchers Cut

The Coma – Recut

The Coma is a side scrolling 2D survival horror game by Korean developers Devespresso. We're pretty used to being made to feel like the hunted in a three dimensional world, but it's a pretty unique stance to have a crazed killed chasing you around a school on just the two planes. Set inside Sehwa High … Continue reading The Coma – Recut

Friday the 13th – Review

Just over 30 years ago, I got my hands on Friday the 13th on the Commodore 64, Barely in School it might have been a little early for me, but running around trying to find Jason is a gaming memory I'll remember forever. As the years passed, plenty of films came around, along with the … Continue reading Friday the 13th – Review

Outlast 2 – Review

There's not many titles that I would recommend as scary, a cheap thrill, atmospheric or an attempt to make you jump just doesn't cut it and there's not enough games (or movies) that I can class as "Horror". However Outlast is one game that changed that, small pre-scripted scares, the genuine feeling of being chased … Continue reading Outlast 2 – Review

Vaccine – Review

One of the most memorable games for horror fans has to be Resident Evil, and while we've seen most titles remade, and the amazing Resident Evil 7 over the last few years, few have come close to the presentation and atmosphere of the original. Vaccine aims to change that and anyone would be forgiven if … Continue reading Vaccine – Review

Uncanny Valley – Review

Resident Evil may have taken the limelight when it comes to new horror games, but there's another title vying for attention, and Uncanny Valley is certainly a disturbed individual. You control Tom, a regular guy, who's got a new job as a security guy at your run of the mill abandoned building which never see's … Continue reading Uncanny Valley – Review