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.
Maybe you should have remembered the tickets before you left, then you wouldn't have had to experience the horrors contained within Infliction: Extended Cut!
What can only be described as the best example of showcasing depression and suicidal thought in a game.
A brilliantly atmospheric tale of a small, remote town caught in the grip of a deadly plague that would be enthralling if it was less hindered by bugs and poor optimisation.
If you're here to see what the fuss is about, then Agony only hurts slightly, but if you're here for the gameplay, then Agony can be very painful.
Terminal illness is something rare in gaming and In Between is a poignant experience that deals with it.
A Doom game that’s less like a Doom game than others, but still a Doom game at the core. Did that make sense?
Among the Sleep: Enhanced Edition sees you journey through the darkest nightmares of a two-year old and his teddy.
A decent, and in many aspects impressive release. Which unfortunately, is more of an adventure, than horror game.
My Lovely Daughter is certainly a haunting tale to tell, but the meat and bones of the game - repetitive task assignment - is just an undying chore.