Until Dawn will bring decision-driven horror to PS4 this August

Developer Supermassive Games will release Until Dawn for PS4 August 25, 2015, the studio announced via the PlayStation Blog. Pre-orders will be available from today (May 26, 2015) on. Buying early will get you “a special bonus scene” featuring characters Matt and Emily, two of the eight friends around which the horror title is based. Until more »

XSEED hasn’t forgotten the Corpse Party PC port

E3 2015 is upon us, which means it’s only fitting to revisit an E3 2014 announcement that vanished like a ghost in an abandoned school. I’m referring, of course, to XSEED’s Corpse Party. The company said it would be releasing the PC version of the former PSP exclusive adventure last June. Then, well, nothing happened. more »

P.T. is really gone, Silent Hills 100% over

If you don’t have P.T., the demo for Silent Hills, saved on your PS4’s hard drive, I have bad news. It’s gone. Completely, utterly, totally, and completely gone. When Konami took it down from the PlayStation Store April 29, 2015, the company was removing it from existence forever. See, sometimes when a game is delisted more »

Silent Hill fans petition for P.T./Silent Hills continuation

Guillermo del Toro confirmed late last month that his hotly anticipated collaboration with Hideo Kojima on Silent Hills wouldn’t be happening. With the playable teaser, P.T, having been recently removed from the Playstation Store and Hideo Kojima rumored to be leaving Konami, the company now seems set on continuing the series without any of the more »


Night Terrors makes your home and phone feel like Fatal Frame

As you may have gathered from some of my previous posts, I adore the Fatal Frame series. They are some of the few horror games that genuinely manage to scare me, due to the overbearing atmosphere and the fact that each installment treats the ghosts like something special and not just “yet another random fight”. more »

Say goodbye to Silent Hills

The Konami crisis continues as the ax comes down on Silent Hills, a collaborative project between Metal Gear Solid creator Hideo Kojima and film director Guillermo del Toro, and starring The Walking Dead actor Norman Reedus. Sadly, the project “will not be continued,” Konami told GameSpot in a statement. Reedus revealed the cancellation earlier this week, shortly after more »

E3 2015 Prediction: Five Nights at Freddy’s will be announced for some console

The Five Nights at Freddy’s train is still far from the station. There’s going to be a movie based on the series. A fourth installment has been announced. Only one piece of the puzzle is missing, and that’s a console port. Mark my words people, I’m calling it here and now. We’re going to see more »


Here’s Five Nights At Freddy’s 4, because this game prints money

Did you think that, after three games, the Five Nights At Freddy’s story was over? Don’t feel bad, a lot of people did. After all, if you managed to do the insanely random stuff that allowed you to play the super special hidden mini-games, and then did the really, especially insanely random stuff inside of more »

Enjoy that P.T. Silent Hills demo while you can

Time for a public service announcement for all horror game fans. The P.T. playable demo for Silent Hills, the ninth Silent Hill game, is going to go away forever on April 29, 2015. Time to schedule some time to scare yourself silly. The P.T. demo for the future PS4 exclusive came out on August 12, more »

White Night Review: Resident Evil meets Sin City

White Night Price: $14.99 System(s): PS4, PC, Xbox One Release Date: March 3, 2014 Publisher (Developer): Activision (OSome Studio) ESRB Rating: “Mature” for Blood, Language, Partial Nudity, Sexual Themes and Violence White Night asks the question, what would happen if you took the color, the zombies and the gunplay out of the original Resident Evil? more »

Warner Bros is going to make a Five Nights at Freddy’s movie

Well, probably. In any case, Warner Brothers has bought the rights to Five Nights At Freddy’s, and there’s a few names involved in the production. It’s completely possible that this movie, like so many other movies, will wind up in development hell. Let’s be honest. While there’s a rich, slightly hidden, back story to the more »

Resident Evil Revelations 2 Review: The Next step?

Resident Evil Revelations 2 Price: System(s): PS4, PC, Xbox One, PS3, Xbox 360 Release Date: March 17, 2015 Publisher (Developer): Capcom ESRB Rating: “Mature” for Blood and Gore, Intense Violence and Strong Language Resident Evil Revelations 2 isn’t much like the first Revelations. It’s faster, it’s campier, it’s… episodic? Well, it used to be. Capcom more »