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.
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.
A thrilling take on the classic formula of survival horror held back only by its unfinished state.
I knew this job offer was too good to be true.
Fight your way through hordes of demon summoners in this retro-inspired FPS. Bloom is a simplistic, no-nonsense, “shoot everything that moves” kind of game and it works.
Chromatic Aberration is a Pixel-Art Action Shooter that tries to be a “Doom Clone” but just falls short of standing out.
Insurgency is back, more realistic and prettier than ever.
Yet another terrible survival FPS lacking in features and optimization, and most importantly it is not fun.
Big Day is an isometric shooter with a focus on loot where you play as Pancho, just another random guy caught in the middle of yet another zombie outbreak whose only goal is to be reunited with his daughter.
Sharpshooter 3D is laced with flaws and tries to be the next Grezzo 2, but it’s just a glorified Doom mod.