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”

Carrion Sneak Peek Demo Available For Limited Time

Carrion

It’s not often you get to play as a villain in a video game. Oftentimes you’re a goody two-shoes trying to save the world, a loved one, humanity, or prevent global disaster from taking place. In the case of Phobia Game Studio and Devolver Digital’s Carrion, the game places you in the role of an amorphous eldritch creature that starts off trying to survive, and eventually mutates into a dominate force trying to eradicate everything in its path. Continue reading “Carrion Sneak Peek Demo Available For Limited Time”

Succubus Censored Gameplay Trailer Shows Off More Combat, Uncensored Version Is An In-Game Option

Despite the first gameplay trailer for Succubus going all out and showing Vydija on her NSFW adventure decapitating lost souls and having demon sex, this new video has all of the sex and nudity related stuff censored and focuses on combat in the level “Forest of Flesh.” Continue reading “Succubus Censored Gameplay Trailer Shows Off More Combat, Uncensored Version Is An In-Game Option”

Lust For Darkness: Dawn Edition Returns To Nintendo Switch March 20th

Lust For Darkness - Nintendo Switch

Back in August of 2019, Lust For Darkness hit a hiccup when it was supposed to release on the Nintendo Switch but couldn’t escape the Adults Only rating by the ESRB. And since retail shops refuse to carry AO-rated games, Lust For Darkness found itself without a home on Nintendo’s console until some changes could be made. Well, Movie Games Lunarium and SimFabric announced that they have made the necessary changes and Lust For Darkness will arrive on the Nintendo Switch later in the week. Continue reading “Lust For Darkness: Dawn Edition Returns To Nintendo Switch March 20th”

The Persistence, Rogue-like FPS Horror Game Heads To Switch, PS4, Xbox This Summer

The Persistence

Firesprite Studios The Persistence is set to arrive on home consoles, PC, and the Oculus HMDs starting this summer. The game is like a rogue-like version of Dead Space that’s set in first-person. You’ll have to navigate a ship full of space horrors using a variety of weapons and melee weapons to overcome the odds. Continue reading “The Persistence, Rogue-like FPS Horror Game Heads To Switch, PS4, Xbox This Summer”

Succubus Not Coming To Consoles Due To Adult Rating, New Gameplay Trailer Set For March 17th

Many people refer to Madmind Studios as “hacks” and a team that doesn’t follow up on its promises. However, the team isn’t backing down and will continue to work on its latest project: Succubus. As of now, the game will release for PC and not for consoles due to its “Adult” rating, but we’ll learn more about the FPS action-adventure title through a new gameplay trailer on March 17th, 2020. Continue reading “Succubus Not Coming To Consoles Due To Adult Rating, New Gameplay Trailer Set For March 17th”

Night Of The Consumers, Creepy Retail Horror Game Launches On Itch.io

Night of the Consumers

Germfood released a new first-person horror game set in a retail store called Night of the Consumers. The game is currently available for download over on the Germfood itch.io page, where it carries a $1.93 price tag. Continue reading “Night Of The Consumers, Creepy Retail Horror Game Launches On Itch.io”

Amnesia Rebirth Announced

Horror games have been one of my favorite genre for some time. There is a solace to be had in experiencing true trepidation as nightmares beyond or within your comprehension stalk you through a town, city, or whatever remote location you’ve found yourself. There is a joy in pushing past your limits and overcoming the nightmare you find yourself in. For years Frictional Games delivered such experiences, until after the release of Soma they just went silent. Continue reading “Amnesia Rebirth Announced”

Lies Beneath, VR Action-Horror Game Takes Players To Mid-20th Century Alaska

Lies Beneath

Drifter Studios’ upcoming action-horror game Lies Beneath attempts to separate itself from all the other point-and-click adventure VR games by focusing more on action and reflexes. The game has a comic book aesthetic to match the way the story unfolds on visualized pages come to life thanks to a toon shader that’s been fitted for the horror genre. Continue reading “Lies Beneath, VR Action-Horror Game Takes Players To Mid-20th Century Alaska”

Gravewood High: Emergent Stealth-Horror Game Enters Alpha Testing Feb 27th

Gravewood High

What happens when you take Stranger Things, Hello Neighbor and a dash of Super 8? You end up with HeroCraft’s Gravewood High, an imaginative and emergent stealth-horror game that’s set to enter public alpha testing on PC starting February 27th. Continue reading “Gravewood High: Emergent Stealth-Horror Game Enters Alpha Testing Feb 27th”

DreadOut 2 Launching Later This Month

Fatal Frame was a survival horror game that offered a unique take on the genre. Rather than fighting monsters with a limited supply of ammo or outright running for your life you were given a camera that drained the energy from ghosts. Sadly for fans, the series went on hiatus before a brief return followed by another hiatus where it remains to this day. Continue reading “DreadOut 2 Launching Later This Month”

Dawn of Fear Review

Dawn of Fear

Dawn of Fear is a fixed camera classical rendition of the survival horror experience at a budget price. Though it is shorter and more contained than it’s ancestral heritage what is there manages to shine through the issues to offer at least a competent survival horror experience. Continue reading “Dawn of Fear Review”

Madmind Studios Says It Has The Time And Money Not To Rush Succubus Unlike Agony

Madmind Studios has released a new trailer for Succubus dubbed the “Amazon.” However, the monster trailer for the upcoming hellish game can’t escape the past of Agony, but the devs claim that they have more “time and money” on hand to prevent another Agony scenario from happening. Continue reading “Madmind Studios Says It Has The Time And Money Not To Rush Succubus Unlike Agony”

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