The remake that Resident Evil fans have been begging for is finally here! Let’s see if Resident Evil 2 brings back the nostalgia in our definitive Resident Evil 2 review!
SGDQ 2018 has hit the halfway point, but there’s still tons of great speedruns to come. Let’s take a look at our favorite runs from day three of this marathon for charity.
Resident Evil 7 marked a return to form for the horror franchise. While RE 5 and 6 embraced action, RE 7 flipped the perspective to first-person, and returned to the scary roots of the first four…
In case you’ve forgotten, here’s a little recap of how we left things at the end of Stranger Things season one: We discovered that the portal to the Upside Down was…
The twisted tale of Sebastian Castellanos continues in The Evil Within 2. This sequel combines third person shooting and mind bending psychological horror to frighten and excite. Does it succeed on all fronts, or suffer from sequelitis? Find out the answer within.
Stephen’s Kings epic novel “IT” has seen a few iterations over the years, the most popular being the 1990’s miniseries. With the modern sensibilities that come with 2017 film making, does this horror classic perform better? Let’s see if the Loser’s Club can win again.
Developer Bloober Team proved their ability to make a tense and horrifying game with their last game, Layers of Fear. Observer contains the same psychedelic reality questioning tone as its predecessor, but with a decidedly cyberpunk tone. Technology just might be the scariest thing there is.
SGDQ 2017 continues with some horror speed running with the original Resident Evil! Just how quickly can runner RawDerps escape the Spencer Mansion?
New indie developer The Deep End Games debuts with their first game, Perception. Playing as a young blind woman, you explore a creepy mansion and solve the mysteries within. Is it a good first outing, or should they go back to the drawing board?
Indie horror game Kholat tells a creepy tale of nine Russian college students who go missing a snowy mountain pass. Borrowing inspiration from the Dylatov Pass incident, does Kholat frighten and terrify or bore and snore?