Tag: survival horror

Oct
19

PREVIEW: Fear the Dark Unknown (Chapter 3 Demo)

Although it is a promising early look at what could one day be a great entry into the survival horror genre, Fear the Dark Unknown’s demo has enough flaws to scare me away in its current state.

Oct
08

REVIEW – Palmyra Orphanage

On your next rainy day, maybe consider picking up Palmyra Orphanage, a ghost story of a missing brother, dead children, and a morally bankrupt and financially ruined orphanage.

Sep
30

PREVIEW: Them & Us

A thrilling take on the classic formula of survival horror held back only by its unfinished state.

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.

May
09

REVIEW: Fade to Silence

While the game’s approach to the survival genre is a welcome attempt, ultimately it leaves the player feeling a little cold.

Oct
30

REVIEW: Call of Cthulhu

Be careful what you dream. Cthulhu may be calling.

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.

Jul
08

REVIEW: Arizona Sunshine + Dead Man DLC

The Zombie Apocalypse in VR! We talkin’ “Evil Dead” levels of awesome, or stuck in that Underground Bunker watching “Zombie Lake”? Let’s get knee deep in the dead and find out!

Nov
25

REVIEW: Hegis’ Grasp

Hegis’ Grasp is a mediocre survival horror game lacking in several critical features.  It is not worth the price tag and should really go back into Early Access.

Oct
22

REVIEW: The Evil Within 2

Survival horror at its finest, The Evil Within 2 is a journey through nightmarish landscapes, visions, and monstrosities that will captivate any fan of action, stealth, or open world survival horrors like few before it has ever done.Here, the player […]