Tag: psychological horror

Oct
12

REVIEW – Pursuer

Pursuer will lose all its potential unless it receives major patchwork. Until then, this game remains unpolished, underdeveloped, and overpriced.

Oct
12

REVIEW – Distraint

“A 2-D hidden gem that is parts creepy, surreal and metaphorical. A poignant Marxist commentary on how society places property rights over people and the nightmarish consequences of being overriden with greed.”

Oct
05

REVIEW: Shadows and Dust

A short, niche, deafening ghost story of depression and decisions, of choices which cannot be undone, and cannot meaningfully be made either. Yellow dim eyes linger as you live in shadows and crawl in the regret left behind.

Sep
29

ARTICLE: Amnesia: A Machine for Pigs – Dehumanization of Industrial Capital

A Marxist analysis of Pigs’ reveals how the dehumanization inherent to capital industrialization serves as a foundation for its horror.

Jan
14

REVIEW: Paratopic

Dripping with Lynchian style and a captivating mood, Paratopic is a welcome new addition to the underrepresented genre of psychological horror in interactive storytelling. Though a quick game overall, the game’s hidden secrets and ambiguous story make for an indie […]

Oct
01

REVIEW: Witch Hunt

Witch Hunt, where you can channel your inner Van Helsing, hunt down the monsters terrorizing a small village, and uncover something much more sinister.