What Happened, Polish Psychological Thriller Lands On Steam In July

What Happened

Polish publisher Katnappe, and Polish developers Sourena Games and Genius Slackers, have a new psychological horror game in the works called What Happened. The game is set to arrive on PC via Steam this July. They also have plans on releasing the game later this year on home consoles, likely including the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. Continue reading “What Happened, Polish Psychological Thriller Lands On Steam In July”

The Medium, Psychological Horror Game Announced By Bloober Team

Have I gone insane? Am I mad? I very much doubt so, yet for some reason, video game companies continue to believe this is the mythical road to horror. To the degree, we find the trope now overused and rarely if ever adequately utilized. Continue reading “The Medium, Psychological Horror Game Announced By Bloober Team”

Scorn Still Slated For PC Release While Xbox Series X Version Is Now In Development

Ebb Software is still working hard on Scorn. Although the dev team remained silent for over two years, the latest Inside Xbox event featured the upcoming game’s Xbox Series X trailer. With that said, Scorn has no release date, but it will one day release for PC and next-gen home consoles. Continue reading “Scorn Still Slated For PC Release While Xbox Series X Version Is Now In Development”

Six-Gun, Horror Themed FPS Has You Escaping From Haunted Mines

Six Gun

There’s a new horror-FPS in the works from ISART Digital called Six-Gun. The hook for the game is that you trawl through the dark tunnels of a mine filled with evil creatures. Much like the namesake, you’re given a six-shooter revolver and you only have six bullets to help you survive the experience set in the Wild West of 1886. Continue reading “Six-Gun, Horror Themed FPS Has You Escaping From Haunted Mines”

Hide Or Die, Asymmetric Horror Game With Parkour Launches On Steam

Hide or Die

VecFour Digital’s asymmetric multiplayer horror game, Hide or Die, has finally completed development and is now available for purchase as a full product, replete with a free season pass. The game sees up to three players battling against a hunter who is intent on killing them. The four survivors must work together utilize traps and attempt to escape from a variety of dangerous locations. Continue reading “Hide Or Die, Asymmetric Horror Game With Parkour Launches On Steam”

C.H.A.S.E.D, Horror Game Inspired By FNAF Gets A Free Demo

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Rose Hood Games released a demo for their new survival-horror game, C.H.A.S.E.D. The game sees you rummaging through a cottage, desperately trying to stay alive while keeping a ghost from coming through a television, and avoiding a stalker who lurks just outside the abode. Each night brings a new terror and a demo is currently available for the game, featuring a structure not unlike Scott Cawthon’s popular horror game series. Continue reading “C.H.A.S.E.D, Horror Game Inspired By FNAF Gets A Free Demo”

Utopia Syndrome: Wake Up Gets A Free Demo For Sci-Fi Horror Tale

Utopia Syndrome

Utopia Games released the demo for the first entry in their upcoming sci-fi, mystic-horror game called Utopia Syndrome. The project is part of a multi-part series of short adventure stories themed around various types of horror scenarios. Continue reading “Utopia Syndrome: Wake Up Gets A Free Demo For Sci-Fi Horror Tale”

Autopsy Simulator Mixes In Real Life Forensics With Sinister Horror

Autopsy Simulator

PlayWay S.A., is really stepping outside the norms now. Their latest publishing effort is in collaboration with Polish studio Woodland Games, and it’s called Autopsy Simulator. Yes… it’s a simulator about conducting autopsies on cadavers. Continue reading “Autopsy Simulator Mixes In Real Life Forensics With Sinister Horror”

The Dark Pictures: Little Hope Trailer Introduces The Witchfinder, New Victims

Little Hope

Supermassive Games and Bandai Namco’s The Dark Pictures Anthology is a unique approach to horror games, focusing on a series of individual tales themed around urban legends, ancient myths, and cultural superstitions. As a concept it’s pretty cool, since it approaches each entry like a big-budget short film. The last outing, Man of Medan, was somewhat disappointing when you discovered what was really going on, but the setup was interesting. The new entry, Little Hope, is focused on something a little more grounded, a two-sided tale themed around the Salem Witch Trials, and a group of people in modern times who unearth the deadly truth. Continue reading “The Dark Pictures: Little Hope Trailer Introduces The Witchfinder, New Victims”

Observer: System Redux Headed To PS5, Xbox Series X

Observer PS5

Bloober Team teased an upcoming announcement for the next-gen port of Observer, titled Observer: System Redux. The announcement was for an upcoming announcement for the game, which is highly annoying, but the team is using the opportunity to build hype for the upcoming re-release on next-gen consoles. Continue reading “Observer: System Redux Headed To PS5, Xbox Series X”

Quantum Error, Cosmic-Horror FPS Announced For PS4, PS5

Quantum Error

Teamkill Media announced that they have a new cosmic-horror first-person shooter in the works for the PlayStation 4 and the PlayStation 5. The Unreal Engine 4-powered title is set on an isolated rig off the islands in the year 2109 on Earth, but the terrifying monsters on the rig are anything but terrestrial. Continue reading “Quantum Error, Cosmic-Horror FPS Announced For PS4, PS5”

The Dark Pictures: Little Hope Release Date Leak Points To June 15th, 2020

The Dark Pictures: Little Hope, the sequel to the Until Dawn inspired Man of Medan’s release date has officially leaked courtesy of German retailer Saturn’s early listing. Scheduled for 06/15/20 the sequel will pit players against horrors “influenced by the real events” of the Salem Witch Trials. With the core gameplay remaining largely unchanged. Continue reading “The Dark Pictures: Little Hope Release Date Leak Points To June 15th, 2020”

Konami Dismisses the Sony Silent Hill Rumors

Konami over the last few months has been awash in rumors regarding the supposed resurrection of several of their IPs. Rely on Horror offered new insights on a long-standing rumor of Sony’s involvement with an unannounced Silent Hill game. That not only was their one game, a light reboot of the series that kept the traditional style intact, but there was a second game as well. A reboot of the Silent Hills project that would see episodic releases stewarded by the original project lead Hideo Kojima with him having immense creative freedom over the project. Continue reading “Konami Dismisses the Sony Silent Hill Rumors”

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