The Forest Review – Harrowing, Blood-Caked Fun

  The Forest Endnight Games Ltd. Our seemingly pleasant commercial airlines flight had quickly gone south—the plane’s fuselage creaked and groaned as it began to break apart into pieces. Then the screen went black. “Wait until you see this, dude,” my gaming buddy cheerily remarked. Suddenly, I was greeted with a muddled scene of my…

Perception Review – A Unique & Terrifying Horror Experience

Perception The Deep End Games/Feardemic Horror games are about as emotion-inducing as a digital experience can get. Don’t get me wrong, I love the patience and planning of a good strategy title, the teamwork and comradery of modern shooters, and the all-too-frequent gut-checking of pure survival titles, but nothing to me is more immersive than…

Outlast

The Most Realistic Survival Horror Games to Play

Personally, the most realistic survival horror games for me are the ones where you feel helpless, and all you can do is run and hide from the monsters. It is where the real horror comes, in situations where you feel helpless. With that said, here are five of my favorites which fit that standard: Amnesia:…

Dead Rising 4 Review – Gore Aplenty

Dead Rising 4 Capcom/Microsoft Studios Back when the original Dead Rising debuted way back in 2006, we were in the midst of the whole zombie craze. Personally, I never felt that zombie were particularly scary—just as I don’t think that wolfmen, vampires, goblins, or faeries are either. When it comes to evil spirits and demonic…

Day of Infamy Review – Teamwork Not Required

  Day of Infamy New World Interactive World War II games remind me a lot of both the zombie/survival horror and fighting game genres. All three of them have undergone little or no innovation since their inceptions and have likewise have all been milked beyond their innate perceived value. For example, fighting games were all…