We recently gave Pawel Blaszczak's score to the splattery new zombie game sequel a spin. Check out our review and listen to a preview track!
Each week, we feature a horror/thriller/monster tabletop game you should be playing. Don't be scared… roll the dice… what's the worst that could happen?
While inexplicably lacking the original Darkstalkers (huh?), there’s plenty of fast-paced fighting goodness to be found in this collection.
Without compelling gameplay or, worst of all, characters you actually care about, the game feels like a pointless cash-grab.
The latest installment in the smash videogame series comes with a dark and intense score by award-winning composer Steve Jablonsky and Jacob Shea. Read on for a review!
We're pitting sixteen of moviedom's meanest monsters against each other in an interactive tournament, and you can vote with our Facebook app to decide who makes the cut. Details inside!
For 13 years, Konami’s Castlevania was defined by Symphony of the Night and its handheld sequels, a series of sprawling, open-world platformers produced by Koji Igarashi.
Composer Jason Graves called upon alien instruments and chilling classical works to score the new Lara Croft game reboot. We've got a review, clips and more!
It’s a goddamn tragedy that Sniper Elite: Nazi Zombie Army is so reliant on its theme that it forgets to be a compelling game first.
Capcom has decided to give the HD treatment to their classic fighting franchise Darkstalkers, giving players both Night Warriors: Darkstalkers’ Revenge and Darkstalkers III in one convenient downloadable package called Darkstalkers Resurrection.