Stephen Alexander, former lead effects artist for Bioshock Infinite (and 1/6 of game developer Question), partners up with me at PAX West 2018 for a
Check out the creepy trailers for a taste of some horror games coming soon(ish) to Steam. Perhaps the biggest obstacle for a horror game, especially
A game’s title shouldn’t so accurately reflect what it’s like to play it.
TinyBuild’s Hello Neighbor is a game you want to like but defies even the most forgiving gamers, testing your patience and ultimately falling short of its
Perception (The Deep End Games) is an intriguing and tantalizing tapestry of terror that marries a rich story with innovative game play. It’s genuinely scary
I loved Red Barrels original Outlast, and it has been a perpetual favorite of mine in the survival horror game genre. Unfortunately, Outlast 2 doesn’t
The demo for Through the Woods because it showcased the game’s taut atmosphere and horror elements very well. So how does the complete game hold
Publisher 1C today announced that they will be taking us into the terrifying forests of Through the Woods on PC in October 2016. They’ve also revealed new screenshots and
Kholat is rarely terrifying, but its story is fascinating and the environments beautifully rendered. You can almost feel the cold…
In the absence of light, sound is your guiding force. But if they hear you, they might find you. And the tapestry of your scream will be the last thing you ever see.
Layers of Fear is more fascinating than terrifying, but it screws with you in novel, twisted ways that most games of its ilk usually don’t.
Frictional Games’ SOMA is a superb horror game with an equally superb story that doesn’t rely on cheap scares or shock value. The real terror
[Originally posted to my PC gaming column at Examiner.com] Amnesia: A Machine for Pigs delivers creepy, taut horror but doesn’t quite manage to emerge from the