With an interesting plot, decent jump scares and an unexpected twist, Moons of Madness is a nicely done Lovecraftian horror in its own right.
All in all, The Beast Inside was an entertaining horror mystery that, although not perhaps entirely polished, certainly lived up to the hype created by the demo.
The unsettling visuals, music, and themes all play well together here and even with its short runtime, make for an unforgettable experience you won't want to miss.
Daymare: 1998 doesn't live up to its admittedly ambitious aspirations, as it's plagued by gameplay and story issues throughout.
The terrors of a world gone mad can somehow get glossed over with just the right amount of glitter.
Elements of Everyone's Gone To The Rapture and Silent Hill, but will you stick around with Those Who Remain?
Get out of the house before the evil finds you in Dissection!
I have a terrible horror tolerance threshold, but Pathologic 2 kept me entertained and captivated with its rich story, detailed world and cleverly executed unravelling narrative. A definite cult classic.
Daymare 1998 is a salute to the horror games of the past and replicates games such as Resident Evil, Silent Hill and Dino Crisis and the result is a intriguing superb slice of nostalgia
90's gaming and a zombie apocalypse in a nutshell! Can you survive this nightmarish hell? Can H.A.D.E.S save the day, or make the situation worse? Why not jump in and see for yourself.