This game is a product of the “me-too” generation, where no marketplace can be too overcrowded. It’s a quick cash-in farted out in a couple of days and then shat out on the Steam storefront. For the love of God, don’t buy it.
A young boy walks the thin path between sanity and madness in this action adventure game that’s all about duality.
Supermassive Games builds on the groundwork laid out by Quantic Dream, exceeds it and gives gamers a unique, special experience in – what will surely be their coming out party – teen slasher, survival horror game Until Dawn.
In this rendition of the game, you are a child in their room playing red light – green light with a bunch of killer robots.
What… the fuck.
Scaring people in Poltergeist is nowhere near as fun as scaring people in real life
Red – the colour of love, the colour of passion but most importantly, it is the colour of danger. Red is the only colour in Betrayer, a stylish first person action adventure game from developer Blackpowder Games.
Lighting and visual effects are superb and immensely atmospheric. Light shafts shining through boarded up windows, and the glowstick bouncing off of glass doors are particularly impressive. By and large though, it’s a disappointing debut for Unreal Engine 4,
BlackSoul is an PC indie horror game developed by Xenios Vision, and is currently available via ditigal distribution service Desura. The game is set in the town of BlackWood which is subject to strange happenings and has the player take control of two siblings as the story unfolds.
Sandswept’s vision of a zombie infested world is one that gamers clearly want to see come to fruition.