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.
The Park takes you on a disturbing ride that will leave your knuckles a distinctive shade of white.
More visual novel than action game, Blood Drive gives a satisfying end to the Corpse Party saga, though it will leave newcomers scratching their heads.
Overland asks you to survive a gruelling challenge in a post-apocalyptic world, but also offers you a journey that's well worth undertaking.
This creepy mobile port is interesting at first, but the revelation of grinding to get beyond the first stage instantly turns it from a frightfest into a chore.
Vigor presents one of the most tense and engaging free-to-play games as it loots and shoots an exclusive release on the Xbox One.
The latest, adventure-soaked expansion that will finally see Wilson get back to civilisation?
Welcome to Hanwell genuinely scares, but its constant exploration may eventually lead to a bore-fest rather than a gore-fest for some.
Stranger Things meets Friday The 13th in The Blackout Club
Influenced by John Carpenter's 'The Thing', Distrust holds a distinct chill, but its levels of horror turn cold with nowhere warm to hide.