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Oasis Games announces strong lineup of five PlayStation VR titles

by Charlie Grammeron August 31, 2016
Oasis Games Ltd was recently excited to announce that they will be releasing a strong, diverse lineup of five PlayStation VR titles, which is more than any other third party publisher, during the launch window. The titles that will be released during the 90-day launch window include Ace Banana, Weeping Doll, Pixel Gear, Dying: Reborn, and Mixip. […]

Corpse Party arrives on Steam in North America

by Charlie Grammeron April 25, 2016
XSEED Games was thrilled to announce that the much-lauded cult classic horror adventure, Corpse Party, has arrived for Windows PC via Steam, GOG.com, and the Humble Store with exclusive content and features. This title, originally developed by Team GrisGris as an independent title, is a chilling visual-novel style experience where each step can be your last. The […]

Review | Corpse Party: Blood Drive

by Charlie Grammeron October 30, 2015
  Corpse Party: Blood Drive wraps up the Heavenly Host storyline, but does it do so in a satisfying manner? Story Corpse Party: Blood Drive picks up with the survivors of the Heavenly Host incident attempting to live normal lives. Unfortunately this is proving nearly impossible, and they soon find out a shocking fact: It […]

Interview – ARC: When a student project goes an extra mile

by Lukas Jaroon June 15, 2015
The market is oversaturated with titles, big and small, and because of that it is sometimes nice to step back from everything for a moment and explore projects that may be unheard of and tiny in scope, but as ambitious as their larger counterparts – giving us a glimpse of what, under the right circumstances, […]

Outlast playthrough Episode 4

by Charlie Grammeron December 17, 2014
In the Outlast playthrough Episode 4, the reporter, having died once before in the asylum and thus losing all of his memories (ok, so we made that last part up. He isn’t really stuck in a time loop, but we’ll act like he is for continuity’s sake!) sneaks back into the basement after the priest […]

Outlast playthrough Episode 3

by Charlie Grammeron December 17, 2014
Our Outlast playthrough Episode 3 sees the reporter make it to the security room.. only to find out that he can’t escape the asylum so easily. The mysterious priest has tripped the breaker, forcing the reporter to travel into the basement to reset it. Can our protagonist manage to evade the inmates who wish to […]

Albino Lullaby Kickstarter was successful

by Charlie Grammeron September 23, 2014
Ape Law was thrilled to announce that their Albino Lullaby Kickstarter was successful. The developers had aimed for $25,000, and, after winning the Epic Epic Award for best world and narrative at the Boston Festival of Indie Games (FIG), they succeeded. Now that the title has been funded, the developers have stated that it will […]

Resident Evil: Revelations 2 – First Trailer Revealed

by Mihai Cosmin Naeon September 11, 2014
Resident Evil: Revelations 2 gets its first trailer. Starring Claire Redfield and Moira ‘daughter of Barry’ Burton the new Resident Evil game will be an episodic one, as we wrote yesteday. The trailer looks dark and full of blood, confirming Capcom´s intentions to return to the horror roots of Resident Evil. There are monsters, blood, bodies, dark […]

Neverending Nightmares has received a release date

by Tatiana Dinuon September 9, 2014
The psychological horror game, Neverending Nightmares has received the release date. According to GameInformer, the game will come out for Ouya and PC on September 26. The lead designer, Matt Gilgenbach said about the game that he was “trying to create that feeling [of bleakness and hopelessness] in Neverending Nightmares” and in almost two weeks you’ll […]

5 Nights At GotGame

by Maggie Wilandon August 28, 2014
Perhaps in my 25 years of life, I’ve just become jaded. And maybe it has a lot to do with the fact that horror doesn’t scare me EVER, or maybe the fact that I only WATCHED the game on youtube as opposed to experiencing it firsthand, but once again the hype built by the internet […]

The GotGame 2013 Best Games in the Whole Entire World (Part 4)

by Ryan Bateson January 2, 2014
We’ve got more Genre Awards coming up today. What are the Best Games in the Whole Entire World in the fields of Music, Horror, Adventure, and others? Click on to find out!