GOG.com Black Friday Sale On Now, Grab ‘MDK’ For Free

With Black Friday this week, and with our list of discounted video games available, what’s left for retro gamers? Obviously, GOG.com to the rescue with their Black Friday sale going on right now. With over 300 deals up to 90% off for retro and current games, there’s something for every horror gamer. Snag current titles like Ninja Theory’s Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice or Little Nightmares at 25% and 50% off respectively, or … [Read more...]

Get Possessed by the new Teaser Trailer for ‘Daemonical’

So we’ve got games where you play as Jason, Leatherface, Michael Myers or Freddy. But what about a game where you’re just plain ol’ possessed by a demon and hunt your friends? Fearem’s Daemonical is that game, which just released a new teaser trailer. Currently still in Alpha (and on Steam Greenlight), the game involves a group of five players on a remote island. As night creeps up, one player becomes possessed by a demon, … [Read more...]

‘Fortnite’ Battle Royale Mode Receives new Update, Tweaks

Fortnite players will be getting a shiny new update this week, including a new weapon. In a new Dev Update video, it’s been announced that Fortnite players will be able to add a silenced SMG to their arsenal in Battle Royale mode, along with tweaks to weapon balancing and item drop rates. Those players who have been using the rocket and grenade riding tactics will be pleased to know that Epic will continue to support the newly-discovered … [Read more...]

‘SOMA’ Heads To XBox One December 1st With New Play Mode

Two months ago, it was announced (well, noticed) that Frictional Games’ SOMA was headed to the XBox One. Well, it’s confirmed now that the game will be headed to Microsoft’s console for December 1st. And as an added bonus, the game will sport a new feature referred to as “Safe Mode”. In “Safe Mode”, players will be able to experience the game without the threat of monster attacks. While this might be a bit lame for some … [Read more...]

‘Prototype Mansion’ Throws Back to Classic ‘Resident Evil’

Old-school survival horror may be a thing of the past, but that doesn’t stop some developers from revisiting the heydays of the genre. Take Jupiter Lighthouses’ Prototype Mansion, which just had its first trailer posted, which immediately brings to mind the very first Resident Evil game. Blocky polygonal models? Fixed camera angles? Slow-opening doors that transition from one area to the next? It’s all here. And don’t … [Read more...]

‘Resident Evil VII’, ‘Friday The 13th: The Game’ Snag Honours at the 2017 Golden Joystick Awards!

It’s that time of the year when publications do their yearly awards for the games that rise above the rest. The 2017 Golden Joystick Awards took place on Friday, and despite the event being dominated by Nintendo’s The Legend of Zelda: Breath Of The Wild and it snagging four awards, horror gaming fans had moments to call their own. For starters, Capcom’s Resident Evil VII snagged “Best VR Game”, despite losing out on … [Read more...]

Fight For Freedom in the New ‘Wolfenstein II’ DLC

Thirsty for more Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus Nazi-killing? Bethesda has you covered, as today the company released via Twitter the roadmap for their new three-chapter DLC entitled The Freedom Chronicles. Those who bought the Season Pass or the pre-order of the game received Episode Zero on November 7th, which gave players a taste of the three characters who are the subject of these DLC. On December 14th, players will be able to download … [Read more...]

First Episode of ‘This War Of Mine: The Little Ones’ Released Today

So, 11 Bit Studios’ This War Of Mine was pretty fun. It received critical acclaim, and won a couple of awards along the way. So, what’s the studio to do for an encore? Well, how about a multi-chapter DLC, with the first being released today? “Father’s Promise” is the first episode in the This War Of Mine: The Little Ones series, which has players taking on the role of Adam, who is desperate in his search to leave the … [Read more...]

Supermassive Games’ ‘The Inpatient’ Delayed Until Next Year

Supermassive Games’ The Inpatient, the PSVR psychological horror game set in the Until Dawn universe, has been hit with a delay. The game, which was revealed at this year’s E3, had been schedulted for release November 21st. That’s all changed now, as the game has been pushed back to January 23 for North America, and January 24 for Europe. According to PlayStation Europe’s Twitter, the reasoning behind the delay is … [Read more...]

Nightdive Updates Backers with new ‘System Shock’ Remake Video

It’s been a long while since we’ve gotten any news about Nightdive Studios’ System Shock remake, what with the jump from Unity to Unreal Engine 4, and even that System Shock 3 concept art dump by OtherSide Entertainment and Starbreeze. But now, the team at Nightdive have released a Kickstarter backer video, along with an update FAQ on just where the game is currently in production. The nearly nine-minute video (featuring … [Read more...]

Sign Up for ‘Hunt: Showdown’ Closed Alpha Testing!

After all the trailers and gameplay previews, Crytek’s revamped co-op shooter Hunt: Showdown will be put to the test this winter in a closed alpha, according to the game’s website. While details are scant at the moment, the alpha will be PC only, and according to Hunt: Showdown’s Producer Fatih Özbayram, the closed alpha “will be [the team’s] first chance to get player feedback”. The good news is that after the … [Read more...]

Blow Away Demon Hordes with Hellgore in ‘Hellbound’ Teaser

The 90s PC FPS craze was a fun time, even though it was a “me-too” thing that spawned from Doom. Still, the threadbare plots and over-the-top protagonists were a thing of beauty in their own right. Like classic B-Movie horror films. Argentinian developer Saibot Studios (makers of the Doorways series) certainly thinks so, as they’ve released a new teaser trailer for their throwback to the 90s FPS heyday in Hellbound. The … [Read more...]

See How ‘DOOM’ on the Switch Stacks Up to other Versions

With DOOM landing on the Nintendo Switch in just two days (November 10th), it’s been bugging me as to just what the game will look like on the Switch. Furthermore, just what did Bethesda do in order for the game to run on the console. I’m not the only one with that question. Fret not, as a new comparison video has appeared, showing DOOM in action on the PS4, XBox One, PC, and the Switch. From the looks of things, the Switch looks to … [Read more...]