As I stated in my review for Zombie Carnaval, the saturation of zombies in pop culture leads to some peculiar uses of the living dead that Romero couldn’t even cobble together in h
Telltale Games has created what appears to be a pretty faithful adaptation of Robert Kirkman's The Walking Dead in game form , episode 2 of which -- "Starved for Help" -- i
No, you can't actually play it, but this is still pretty damn awesome. The creative souls at Freddiew Gamez have come up with gameplay footage for an Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter 8-bit video game, in which you can swing Honest Abe's axe, chopping vamps into all sorts of crudely-rendered pieces. You can catch
I recently discussed the zombie genre jumping the shark in my review for Zombie Carnaval for iPhone/iPad/iPod Touch, and how the once-horrifying prospect of the living dead have been reduced to an omnipresent plugin for virtually any game genre. Got a puzzle game? Add zombies! Got a life sim? Add zombies! Zombies have become strangely "cutified" with this oversaturation, being reduced to little more than rotting rubes for pretty much any game, and with the right cartoony twist they
The full-bore frights of Frictional Games' Amnesia: The Dark Descent would seem like a very tough act to follow. However, Frictional Games have teamed up with Dear Esther developers The Chinese Room for a very different take on the defenseless survival classic, the oddly titled Amnesia: A Machine for Pigs. Am I the only one that thinks it
First it was a book, then a movie (coming out this Friday, June 22nd), and now Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter is a game. (I'm hoping it will next be a delicious breakfast cereal.) And it's currently available on iTunes.