Tomonobu Itagaki wants Fatal Frame V in North America

I’ve said before, and I’ll say again until the heat death of the universe, that Fatal Frame II: Crimson Butterfly is one of my absolute favorite games. When I read about Fatal Frame V and the ability to use the Wii U pad as the camera, well, I’m not going to lie. I cried a more »

Penumbra Necrologue totally transforms Amnesia: The Dark Descent

Did you love the Penumbra games? The feeling of your heart in your throat, wondering what could come next? I guess you’re going to have to buy Amnesia: The Dark Descent then, because a Penumbra Necrologue total conversion mod has appeared on Steam. Which is a perfect fit, since Frictional Games made both series. The more »


Resident Evil HD Remaster Review: More Or Less Meets Expectations

Resident Evil HD Remaster Price: $19.99 System(s): PC (Also available on PS3, PS4, Xbox 360) Release Date: January 19, 2015 Publisher (Developer): Capcom ESRB Rating: Mature for Violence, Blood, and Language When I was a young Princess, around the tender age of twelve, the original Resident Evil came out on the . I played the more »

It’s hard to top Resident Evil 3

Recently, I got Resident Evil HD Remake, and I have been playing the ever loving crap out of it. This is because it’s a legitimately good game, and it deserves to be played. However, it takes me back to all the other Resident Evil games I’ve played, which is a majority of them. And I more »

Resident Evil Revelations 2’s microtransactions aren’t a big deal

Here’s some fun news: according to this report from Mundogamers, Capcom’s upcoming Resident Evil Revelations 2 is going to have some microtransactions. From the interview, the game’s Raid Mode is where this will be relevant, and it’s about what you’d expect for microtransactions in a console game. You can buy weapons for real money, as more »

I love when Danganronpa lies to me

Quick! Why do you like games? You’re reading Technology Tell’s Gaming Channel, so you do like games, right? But why do you? I’m sorry; I’ve tricked you. I already know why you like games. It’s the same reason virtually anyone likes games, myself included. Games are the only form of mass media that give viewers control over more »

The Evil Within is incredibly cheap on Steam this weekend

This weekend, Steam users will be able to purchase Shinji Mikami’s newest horror game, The Evil Within, for 66% off its usual price. Or, in simpler terms, $20.40. Or, in practical terms, two packs of cigarettes in the state of New York. Or, I guess you could even consider it to be equivalent to 10 more »

The Cat Lady makes you want to keep playing

It might be a weird thing to say, what with how many hours I’ve put into Skyrim and Long Live The Queen. Surely I’ve been excited to keep playing those games, right? Not so much. I have really bad ADHD, and it’s hard for anything, even a game I really enjoy, to keep me occupied more »

The Cat Lady’s installation is worrisome

I know very little about the indie game The Cat Lady. I saw the teaser trailer on Steam, and it looked interesting. It’s about a woman who tries to kill herself, but death is all “Nope, you can’t die until you kill these six people for me”. That’s all I know, but it sounds like more »

Metal Gear Solid is broken, but tense, in first-person

God bless the modding community, the ingenius coders who’ve given us Skyrim enemies done up in Spider-Man attire, more Minecraft options than can reasonably be counted, and now a first-person look at Metal Gear Solid: Ground Zeroes. Indeed, thanks to -Pao of Nexusmods, Metal Gear Solid fans can get closer than ever to the sneaking and sabotage of Hideo Kojima’s stealth more »

The Babadook deserves its own horror game

I’m not one for horror films, or horror games, so when I find one that even I enjoy, I can’t help but share it with the world. So today I would like to introduce everyone to The Babadook. The film is an Australian psychological thriller, and seems to be begging for a video game port. more »

Lisa Review: The End of Humanity

Lisa: The Painful RPG Price: $9.99 System(s): PC Release Date: December 15, 2014 Publisher (Developer): Dingaling (Dingaling Productions, LLC) ESRB Rating: Mature for drugs, alcohol, sexual themes, violence, language, and disturbing images To quote one of Lisa: The Painful RPG‘s first trailers, “The end of humanity? The end of humanity.” It’s subtitled as “the painful RPG,” and there can be more »