Articles with Horror tag
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The Story of Henry Bishop - Review

The Story of Henry Bishop is an indie horror game filled with escape-room-esque puzzles that proves how ideas and execution are more important than technicality, in which the game shows a little more than conventional walking-horror but a lot less than a survival-horror, all made only by one kind mind with passion in horror.One Man's Passion for A Game's HorrorA horror game enthusiast would most likely be burnt out by now by the scares and sorrows dumped into the game as a couple of cheap tricks to get you convinced you are spending your money right. Nobody ever gets fooled by

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The Guise

The Guise, a game that is sure to delight the senses at almost every turn, but not necessarily your thumbs. In the game you take control of Ogden who is one of several orphans living under the roof of a caretaker, Mallory, who seems to have more to her than she lets on. After a fateful incident involving a mask that many will find familiar; Ogden loses his human body as he is turned into a monster. He is then tasked by Mallory to seek a shaman in order to regain his humanity.With this new body, Ogden is able to perform

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Outlast Review

Few words about the gameOutlast is a first-person horror game, created by an indie developers team, Red Barrels. In the game, you're in control of a journalist that came to an asylum to find out if those terrifying rumours he's got from his source are real. Believe me, you're not ready for what is waiting inside...AdvantagesImmersive story with ton of surprising twists and turnsEvery second of gameplay is full of tensionRealistic graphics along with frightening level design are making quite an awesome impressionHide & Seek, along with parkour and sneaking elements, creates one of a kind atmosphereThe AI of your stalkers

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Dread Nautical Review

It's Lovecraftian. No, apparently it doesn't mean Minecraft porn.Dread Nautical by Zen Studios on many aspects reminds me of Dark Quest 2 (it's already been almost three years now since I reviewed that one!). It's tactical, it's turn-based, you get one character in the beginning and gather a bigger team later on. Finally, both games strive for scariness in their own unique ways whilst they also try to be in unique ways cartoony and end up doing both these things poorly.Dread Nautical is too ugly to be a children's game and not detailed enough to be a proper horror. Now I

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Hellpoint

This game was designed to pretty close to hell, and it succeeded, but not in a good way. Hellpoint is a sci-fi souls-like that was developed by Cradle Games. It was released on July 30, 2020, and got rated a 6/10 by IGN. If you want a quick read without going into specifics, I was not a fan of this game, but if you want a breakdown of what I do like and what I think needs improvement, then you’re in for a treat.Story-The story has a strong opening, although it is very stereotypical in general. It has a mystery-like start,