Hello Neighbor – Review

Hello Neighbor is a stealth game about invading your neighbors house, because..... well just because, the guy looks a bit suspicious, so naturally you're going to want to break into his house, steal his radio then put it in his garden so you can distract him and waltz into his house again. At the moment, … Continue reading Hello Neighbor – Review

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Soma – Review

Soma begins in modern-day Toronto, as Simon Jarrett awake on the day of his brain scan. Since a horrific car crash, Simon's been left with terminal brain injuries and as the clock ticks away to the inevitable end, Simon decides to take a risk with pioneering experimental work which will use a scan of Simon's … Continue reading Soma – Review

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

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