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The story of Silent Hill 2 was a beaut.
Are you ready to experience the mysterious zone? Are you looking to have your sanity questioned? Shadows of Kurgansk is now available on Xbox, PlayStation and Switch.
It was back in May when we first heard rumblings of Apsulov: End of Gods, and how exactly it would be coming to current and next-gen consoles in the near future. That future has arrived with release today on Xbox, PlayStation and Switch.
Never judge a game by its visuals. And if you do, make sure that game isn't A Day Without Me.
Originally announced for Xbox One, PS4, Switch and PC, and then seeing older gen versions dropped in favour of Series X|S and PS5, Torments Souls has finally arrived on the scene, providing gamers with the chance to relive some of the most classic survival horror.
Already available on PlayStation and PC, the hide-and-seek horror of Yuoni has now hit Xbox.
Having recently released on PC via Steam, picking up some Very Positive reviews in the few days since launch, Neon Doctrine's Lamentum now arrives on Xbox, PlayStation and Switch. If you're looking for a Resi Evil or Silent Hill inspired pixel-arted survival horror, this is it.
Horror - everyone's trying it but few are succeeding. In fact, due to the big hitting Capcom controlling the scene with Resident Evil, all other developers and publishers are pretty much found to be playing catch up. But JanduSoft and the developer of HORROR TALES: The Wine, Carlos Coronado, are trying something different - they are taking us to the Med. Where's the horror in that?
The undisputed kings of FMV are back as Wales Interactive deliver the lockdown-created Night Book to Xbox, PlayStation, Nintendo Switch, PC and iOS.
We love a good FMV and most of those in the higher echelons of the genre come about via the Wales Interactive team. There's much anticipation therefore for Night Book - the next FMV to launch onto console, PC and mobile. And now that the release date is confirmed, we know the wait to get involved only needs to be a short one.
2021 has been a busy old year for the Dead Drop Studios team, seeing them push out a whole plethora of Outbreak titles to console; mostly in the form of Xbox Series X|S Optimised experiences. Today though they deliver an Anthology of their finest games, those which play on the cooperative side of gaming with the Outbreak Co-Op Anthology bundling together four Outbreak titles into one easy to handle package.
We're not really sure what the draw is, but psychological horrors just seem to draw in the crowds. And that is what SOEDESCO and Red Martyr Entertainment are hoping will happen as they partner up to launch Saint Kotar to PC and console very soon.
If you’re a fan of Resident Evil or any of the other horror games that are available in the gaming space, Song of Horror is well worth a look. The permadeath of characters won't be for everyone and the random element of when attacks occur might also frustrate. But for others the tension and thrills will be what make the journey.
Prepare to face unspeakable horrors as survival horror prequel Daymare: 1994 Sandcastle is announced
Did you experience the madness of Daymare: 1998? Italians Leonardo Interactive and Invader Studios will soon be back with more survival horror with the newly announced prequel, Daymare: 1994 Sandcastle preparing to launch on PC and console.
Viking horror, anyone? Apsulov: End of Gods is getting set to deliver just that to Xbox, PlayStation and Switch this summer, with both digital and physical versions in the works.
As weird as it may seem, us gamers seem to get a huge amount of enjoyment from the survival horror scene, lapping up the scares in huge quantities. Very soon there will be another experience to take in too and after seeing Song of Horror make a bit of a name for itself over on PC, details and release date for an Xbox and PlayStation launch should be something that goes down extremely well.
Mixing together a minimalist style with point-and-click elements before slapping on a ton of indie horror for good measure, means there should be lots to like about Bad Dream: Coma. And when you take into account pretty positive launches on PC through Steam and Nintendo Switch previously, the stakes are upped even more as launch occurs on Xbox One and Xbox Series X|S.
From an Arkham Horror fan’s perspective, Arkham Horror: Mother’s Embrace on Xbox feels like a blancmange model of the source material. It has none of the spiralling difficulty, gloom and impending doom.
For many the mere mention of Arkham gets the excitement levels rising. But forget about the next chapter in the life of Batman, for Arkham Horror: Mother's Embrace comes about via the world of H.P. Lovecraft, taking inspiration from an award-winning board game franchise.
Intriguing enough to warrant a spot on our monthly Up Next for March 2021 article, Mundaun has been readying itself for this moment; the moment that it welcomes players in to the Alps before seeing them descend through the horrors found within.
Got a love for Resident Evil? Adore Silent Hill? Tormented Souls is looking to harness those classics when it releases on Xbox Series X|S, PS5, Nintendo Switch and PC later this year.
Dead Space 2 was the Aliens to Dead Space 1’s Alien.
Got a survival horror itch that needs a little scratch? Reckon a folklore-inspired tale will be able to fix it? Hidden Fields and MWM Interactive are looking to sort you out this March with release of Mundaun on Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, PS4, PS5, Nintendo Switch and PC.
Returning to your homeland after a prolonged absence is always an apprehensive experience, but for a young scientist in The Last DeadEnd, it’s going to be truly bizarre. Prepare yourself for an FPS adventure, with elements of horror thrown in, as The Last DeadEnd arrives on Xbox Series X|S and Xbox One.