The trailer is all cinematic, but it shows a lot of exciting potential.
In some holiday timing that would make Calendar Man proud, Warner Brothers has announced that they are bringing the once handheld-exclusive Batman: Arkham Origins Blackgate to home consoles and PC on April Fool’s Day.
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.
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.
Just a day after it was revealed to be coming to the Xbox One, Square Enix’s upcoming horror/investigation game Murdered: Soul Suspect has been announced for the Playstation 4.
Yaiba: Ninja Gaiden Z, Tecmo Koei’s zombie-infested spinoff of its Ninja Gaiden franchise, is getting a limited quantity of Special Editions when it’s released in March.
The graphical overhaul is a bizarre, uneven affair.
The game looks to tie up all of the loose ends of the series, including Gabriel Belmont’s fall from grace, the significance of Alucard, and Zobek’s final role in his friend Gabriel’s fate.
If there’s one trope about horror I’ll never understand, it’s people skulking around abandoned hospitals.