E3 2017, PC, Previews, PS4, XONE

From E3 2017: Call of Cthulhu combines Amnesia-style horror with RPG elements

Call of Cthulhu has been adapted to videogames many times over the years and in many forms. From first-person horror games to point-and-click adventures, developers have been mining the Call of Cthulhu depths for a while. Cyanide Studio is the next one to take a crack at it, this one being a first-person horror game/investigation… Continue reading From E3 2017: Call of Cthulhu combines Amnesia-style horror with RPG elements

PS4, Reviews

The Town of Light Review: The Town of Light shines brightest when fully enveloped in its own personal dark corners

…they were the whispers in the dark… ..it’s cold in here.. …I was afraid of everything… Imagine the rusted remnants of a playground, the merry go round with the paint peeling from all sides, the swings that stand motionless, the seesaw that moves up and down slowly, in a sad nodding of the memories of… Continue reading The Town of Light Review: The Town of Light shines brightest when fully enveloped in its own personal dark corners

PC, Reviews

Spirits of Xanadu Review

2001: A Space Odyssey is still what I would consider to be one of the best films of all time. Despite the fact that the futuristic universe 2001 imagined has never come, it has an unrivalled aesthetic, soundtrack, and style which remains second-to-none. The special effects, impressive beyond anything seen before in 1968 are still… Continue reading Spirits of Xanadu Review

New Releases, PC, PS4, Reviews

Daylight Review

Regardless of the fact that it shares its namesake with a weak mid-90s revival of a certain action star, Daylight surprisingly does a lot of the same that that movie did wrong. It's part of a horror game revival movement that includes many similarly looking titles already, trying to stand out by offering an apparently… Continue reading Daylight Review