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My favorite horror game: Eternal Darkness

Happy Halloween, readers! The staff is remembering some of our favorite scary games this week. The first one that came to my mind was the GameCube cult classic Eternal Darkness: Sanity’s Requiem. In this game, the scares are more psychological than physical. It contains sanity effects designed to make the player question what the heck more »

Halloween is nothing without a Bongcheon-Dong Ghost video game

So it’s that time again, Halloween, All Hallows Eve, Samhain; a time when we all celebrate the darker side of life. After all, soon it’ll be winter, and it truly will be dark for the better part of our days. I’ve heard that depression is more common during the winter months, and I’d be apt more »

My Favorte Horror Game: ILLBLEED

Before I found my copy of in the basement tucked in a pile of forgotten discs, I wasn’t sure I hadn’t imagined the entire thing. A few hazy images of the game lingered in my memory like fragments of a half-remembered dream, but they couldn’t be real, could they? A giant robotic spider you steal more »

Enjoying Halloween with The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask

Halloween approaches, and what better way to set the mood by enjoying the atmosphere of a spooky game? There are plenty to choose from, with entire genres and series based on battling monsters, enduring jump scares, and matching wits with fear itself personified. My doesn’t fall into those categories, however. My selection for this year’s more »

Happy Halloween! Have some creepy Skyrim glitches

‘Tis the season for chills, thrills, and scares. If you’re like me, and of course you are, Halloween is more fun than Christmas and Thanksgiving combined. It’s a night where you get to see all the amazing costumes people can put together, and give out candy, which is basically the greatest thing. It’s also a more »

Fatal Frame 2 gave me a workout

I’m not generally big on horror games. I liked the Resident Evil series, but if we’re being honest, that contains more action than genuine horror. Yet, I Fatal Fame 2. I didn’t buy it because it was a horror game, though I certainly knew of its reputation as being a game that could invoke real more »

Resident Evil, BioShock, and P.T. haunt me

In honor of Halloween, we here at Technology Tell’s Gaming Channel are sharing some anecdotes concerning particularly spooky, scary, or festive video game experiences. Jenni already kicked it off with how Outlast beat her, and now I’m here to share a few short anecdotes about my love for horror. I read Stephen King and Clive more »

Outlast “beat” me in 15 minutes

In honor of Halloween, we here at Technology Tell’s Gaming Channel are sharing some anecdotes concerning particularly spooky, scary, or festive video game experiences. I’m going to kick it off by talking about Outlast. Namely, how Outlast “beat” me in under 15 minutes. I admit it. I “lost.” Though, to be honest, it isn’t difficult more »

Skyrim girls experienced growth spurts

As I’ve said multiple times in the past, I have modded the ever loving crap out of my Skyrim game. This occasionally leads to odd situations, such as the intro sequence breaking down, or Jarl Ulfric having a gag over his mouth for the entire game. This time around, it seems to have caused a more »

I have a Skyrim stalker

Skyrim has a lot of fun sandbox tidbits. Amongst those is the ability to invite certain adventurers along. They follow you, carry your stuff, attack your enemies, and are capable of doing a few other things depending on who they are. The only downside to this is that the game decides who is and isn’t more »

I’m pretty sure I’m a terrible Skyrim parent

Skyrim is an amazing sandbox, letting you do a number of things that don’t impact gameplay, but are hilariously fun to do. Amongst those things is adopting children. There’s not a lot you can do with the children, of course. They live in your house, call you mama or papa, and occasionally ask for money. more »

20 Years Later: Final Fantasy VI

Monday, October 20 2014 marks the 20th anniversary of the US release of Final Fantasy VI (rebranded as ) for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System. I’m going to go ahead and say it. I regard Final Fantasy VI as my favorite game of all time. The reasons are numerous. The characters, the themes, the setting, more »