Alien Isolation Nightmare and Novice Modes make it more inviting

I really like the idea of Alien Isolation. And by that, I mean I love the idea of a game where you have to hide and truly stealth around, because trying to be a big bad gun bunny will result in you getting torn limb from limb. The truth is, however, that I’m really bad more »

LISA’s trailers are incredibly effective

Never heard of LISA? No need to feel bad. It’s an extremely indie game from professional martial artist, and creator, Austin Jorgensen. Our lovely editor here at Technology Tell’s Gaming Channel brought this game to my attention. I watched the above trailer on Dingaling Games’ website, and was somehow oddly, but immediately, captivated. So I more »


I want Five Nights at Freddy’s even though I will never play it

Five Nights at Freddy’s is a game that could also be called Jump Scare; The Game. You play a security guard at a Chuck E. Cheese expy called Freddy Fazbear’s, and your job is to keep an eye on the animatronics. The animatronics that look utterly horrifying, can’t be turned off, and if they find more »


The Binding of Isaac: Rebirth: Datamining sucks, but so does underestimating people

The Binding of Isaac: Rebirth community is facing a bit of an issue right now. See, there’s this big secret in the game. A secret so big I won’t name it in the text here, but if you click any of the forthcoming relevant links, you will see some major spoilers. If you’re the kind more »


The Binding of Isaac: Rebirth is wonderfully, gloriously broken

The Binding of Isaac: Rebirth is having some issues. Right now, syncing on the PlayStation versions is messed up, and on Steam, there are a small handful of glitches causing some trouble. But I’m not here to talk about that. I’m here to talk about the other ways Binding of Isaac: Rebirth is utterly broken, more »

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 »

Project Scissors Interview: A Halloween Treat

It’s the spookiest day of the year, and everyone is on edge, expecting scares, tricks, and treats. Well, here’s a treat for you, an interview with Hifumi Kouno, head of Nude Maker and creator of Clock Tower and its forthcoming, spiritual successor, Project Scissors. Hopefully, you’ll consider the chance to learn more about a thrilling more »

The Evil Within: Your Meaty Fate

is a brilliant, shining example of how a potentially excellent game can be thoroughly undermined by clumsy design.  Playing it made for the most wildly inconsistent gaming experience I’ve had in recent memory, eliciting fear, frustration, amusement, disappointment, intrigue, and disgust in equal measure, often within the course of the same level.  The Evil Within‘s 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 »

My 2 most-anticipated horror games come out after Halloween

I’m experiencing a bit of a dilemma. Horror games have been making a bit of a comeback, especially this year. Alien Isolation and The Evil Within are two significant, AAA, winter season releases, and are both thoroughly hardcore horror games. I love horror, so I should be happy. But, I’m not. I’m disappointed. I have more »