What is the scariest thing about Murder House on Xbox? Is it the creepy killer in the bunny costume, or all the gory and bloody murders that take place? In reality, it is neither. The scariest thing about Murder House is actually the tank controls. Even on the games info page it states you will not enjoy Murder House if you don’t like tank controls. Those of you that never played a videogame in the late 90’s have been warned. For everyone else, Murder House is available today on Xbox, PlayStation and Nintendo Switch.
After a convicted serial killer has been executed, a news crew travel to his abandoned house to shoot an exclusive story there. The question is though, is this serial killer really dead? The answer will only be found if you venture into the Murder House. Just ignore the guy in the pink bunny costume; he’s nothing to do with the strange events occurring, is he?
Featuring delightfully schlocky voice acting and CRT filters, Murder House is looking to be a great addition to whatever you are planning this Halloween. And at least it saves you dragging out your VCR player to play your “classics”.
Murder House on Xbox will cost £9.99. Stay tuned for a review coming soon. For now, let us know in the comments if you welcome the return of tank controls.
Game description A news crew breaks into the old abandoned home of an executed serial killer Anthony Smith, planning to shoot a salacious haunted house story. But is the notorious Easter Ripper really dead or is he waiting inside, ready to wipe them out one by one? Who will survive, and what will be left of them? The spiritual successor to Babysitter Bloodbath. This game simulates a 5th gen survival horror game. It uses tank controls, third person cinematic camera angles and is meant to be played with a controller. If you have a problem playing tank control games, you will not like this game. It has no auto saves, you must save with pencils which are in limited supply