An interesting take on Indonesian mythology and an introduction that hypes you up for what’s to come are the high points of an otherwise subpar horror experience.
Visit a dark future where humanity has all but been wiped out as you struggle against the odds to make your way back home.
Humanity dun goofed again and let their hubris take them to space where disaster awaits them in this sci-fi, mutant-mauling, first-person shooter.
Song of Horror redeems itself in a big way after a lackluster third episode only to lose its newly built credit with a game-breaking bug near its conclusion
Hang out with your closest friends as you rescue your loved ones from an enigmatic and terrifying threat that subdues the will of its victims.
A ghastly little treat that leaves you hungry for more
Dystopian cyberpunk sci-fi meets psychological horror in this gripping detective story.
The third episode of Song of Horror doesn’t provide the same thrill as we’ve come to expect from the first two, but at least technical issues didn’t rear their ugly head this time.
A new entry into the asymmetrical horror genre, Beyond Senses brings some interesting concepts to the table but will ultimately need a long ride in Early Access if it’s going to turn any heads.
Lack of both freedom and direction make this harder to love than it should be, but it’s still worth a look