Daymare: 1998 doesn’t reinvent the wheel, and honestly, the game doesn’t really excel in any other aspect other than invoking that feeling of what a true old-school survival horror game should feel like.
Tag: Survival Horror
In space, no-one can hear you scream; unless you're playing Alien: Isolation that is.
A step up in innovation and difficulty, a step away from the core storyline, a step towards some sinister ideas and the last step I’ll take into Freddy’s world.
Stronger in storytelling, weaker in gameplay, the 3rd chapter of Freddy Fazbear has some unsettling moments but getting there is sometimes more chore than play.
The 2nd in the series, this jumpscare management game adds new, complex variants to the table & begins to explore the dark world of Freddy Fazbear in earnest.
It's the jumpscare game that every child wanted every Youtuber to play, but now it's on the console, and, believe it or not, it's pretty fun in the right doses.
Darkwood offers a unique take on the horror genre which targets the psychological fears of your darkest nightmares.
Home Sweet Home is a unique horror adventure, with some very brief highs, and some rather long-lasting lows.
Darkwood feels like a breath of fresh air for the horror genre, as its core thematics and premise, in conjunction with a deep and rewarding experience will surely satisfy many.
Days Gone may not be the highbrow successor to God of War which Sony wanted or expected, but it is a great title regardless – even with its flaws taken into consideration.