Outlast 2 made me think about the way we are rewarded in video games, and how we are motivated to seek that reward. What I found about the way we learn made me respect survival horror a lot more.
Fresh for 2017, we thought we'd start sharing some of our favourite online hangout spots with you as we delve into the gorgeously dynamic world of video game blogging. This month's theme surrounds itself around one massive release that has sent shockwaves through the media - Resident Evil 7: Biohazard. For January 2017 then, we've curated some... Continue Reading →
Happy Resident Evil Day! The Baker family have landed, and the scores are in. Are you clued up on what to expect when you boot up your brand new copy? Yes? Great, then let's take a look at what the critics are saying about Capcom's return to the roots of its survival horror franchise. IGN - 7.7 "This... Continue Reading →
We'll get all the fluff out the way first. We all know Resident Evil 7: Biohazard is first person, we all know it's out for a full VR version, we all know it's about the Baker family and their decrepit dwelling. In case you didn't know that, you do now (and also where have you been... Continue Reading →
It's a good thing you've probably got a spare pair of pants under the Christmas tree this year, because the Amnesia Collection has been released just in time to ruin them all. When Amnesia: The Dark Descent first hit PC markets in 2010 it made headlines with its label as the scariest game in living memory. It's taken 6 years... Continue Reading →
A slower yet strangely more frantic pace seems to be at work here, where guns can be all but worthless and your main weapon is exactly that which you fear - the cloaking darkness. Let's face it, as much as we love Capcom's long-standing undead bonanza, they've taken a recent foray into the gunslinging shoot... Continue Reading →