Playstation-exclusive devs Ready at Dawn (God of War: Chains of Olympus) have released a trailer for their new PS4-exclusive IP The Order: 1886, which mixes together alternate history with bleak horror.
What do you get when you cross puzzle-platformer Escape Plan, the artwork of Tim Burton, and the nightmare I had after eating an entire pepperoni pizza before bed?
Japanese games are a special type of weird. You get the insanity of designers like Suda51 and SWERY driving an industry that prides itself on mashing together genres in ways that really shouldn’t work, but they wind up doing so anyways.
Techland and WB Games’ upcoming Dying Light has all of the things that a video game nerd could want: gorgeous graphics, nail-gnawing gameplay, and plenty of “zombies” t
The launch trailer for the game spells out the flavor of the game, which feels like a cross between Predator and Pitch Black set on the world of Pandora from Avatar, all set to a shockingly good female-fronted cover of Danzig’s classic headbanger “Mother.” I am now officially excited.
Batman: Arkham Origins Blackgate committed a major video game story sin by offering itself exclusively to handheld devices.
The chair creaks as you settle onto it. The candlelight flickers. All around you the ravenous faces of your so-called friends twist in delight as you slowly open the box laid out on the table. Welcome to Dangerous Games!
Atari’s bankruptcy stings for a variety of reasons, but we’ve got a new one to add to the list: prior to their financial doom, the company had started work on a remake of the classic Alone in the Dark.
It’s rare for games to “be inspired by true events” unless they’re more military-based (Call of Duty and Company of Heroes), so having a horror game based off of historical fact is a tasty prospect.
While it’s only two episodes into the run, In Fear I Trust offers enough mystery and scares to more than warrant its sub-$3 price tag.