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Eldervale – An indie take on oldschool survival horror – Review
Right as one boots up Eldervale, the influences of early Silent Hill installments can immediately be felt: the player is thrust into a multi-storey building and has to rely on their trusty map to navigate the place, look for key items, solve mind-bending puzzles and occasionally bash in the head of an undead nurse or two with a steel pipe, although that last bit is somewhat optional.
The fate of a cursed errand boy – The Sinking City – Review
The Sinking City sees you take on the role of a private detective haunted by mysterious visions, who then journeys to the city of Oakmont to uncover the truth behind his unsettling dreams. This, as one might expect, brings him face to face with all sorts of unusual phenomena and a host of peculiar citizens as he explores streets stricken by flood and famine alike.
Guard Duty – Your princess is in another castle – Review
When a mysterious man in a black cloak kidnaps the princess and the knights of the realm aren’t doing a very good job of saving her, it falls upon Tondbert, a common, bumbling guard, to take matters into his own hands.
Mage’s Initiation: Reign of the Elements – A charming homage to 90s classics – Review
If you were big into adventure games in the early-to-mid-90s, chances are you’ve come across the Quest for Glory series, a franchise spanning five games that deviated a little bit from the established formula of its peers by blending traditional point & click elements with features you’d normally find in an RPG.
Traversing the Zone – Mutant Year Zero: Road to Eden review
I have long since been a fan of tactical shooters, which is precisely why I booted up Mutant Year Zero: Road to Eden with a feeling of excited anticipation. I grew quite fond of the two main leads within minutes of starting the campaign, and as I began my journey back to the Ark, I was thrust into a twisted, grotesque world with a truly exceptional atmosphere.
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Ghost-hunting survival horror game DreadOut 2 gets a new gameplay trailerGare – Friday, August 16, 2019 12:05 PM

Ghost-hunting survival horror game DreadOut 2 gets a new gameplay trailerThe game once again puts you in the shoes of a young girl called Linda as she explores a quiet town and battles its hostile spirits with a smartphone camera and… an axe, apparently.

Cartoon-style “ratoidvania” Curse of the Sea Rats announcedGare – Friday, August 16, 2019 11:50 AM

Cartoon-style “ratoidvania” Curse of the Sea Rats announcedThe project is a side-scrolling action-adventure in the vein of classic Metroidvania-esque titles that tells the story of an unfortunate ship crew that had been transformed into rats by a pirate witch.

Dark and moody side-scroller Vigil: The Longest Night aims for a 2020 releaseGare – Friday, August 16, 2019 11:18 AM

Dark and moody side-scroller Vigil: The Longest Night aims for a 2020 releaseTaiwanese developer Glass Heart Games and publisher Another Indie have revealed that their side-scrolling action game, Vigil: The Longest Night, will be releasing in early 2020.

Vampire The Masquerade: Coteries of New York gets new screenshots and gameplay detailsGare – Tuesday, August 13, 2019 8:24 PM

Vampire The Masquerade: Coteries of New York gets new screenshots and gameplay detailsCoteries of New York, a narrative-driven and primarily text-based title taking place in the iconic Vampire: The Masquerade universe, has finally shared some new tidbits of information about how it’s going to look and play.

System Shock 2 will be getting an Enhanced EditionGare – Monday, August 12, 2019 12:09 PM

System Shock 2 will be getting an Enhanced EditionNightdive Studios have announced that they’re working on an Enhanced Edition for the cult-classic cyberpunk survival horror game, System Shock 2.

Eldervale – An indie take on oldschool survival horror – ReviewGare – Thursday, July 18, 2019 9:59 PM

Eldervale – An indie take on oldschool survival horror – ReviewRight as one boots up Eldervale, the influences of early Silent Hill installments can immediately be felt: the player is thrust into a multi-storey building and has to rely on their trusty map to navigate the place, look for key items, solve mind-bending puzzles and occasionally bash in the head of an undead nurse or two with a steel pipe, although that last bit is somewhat optional.

The fate of a cursed errand boy – The Sinking City – ReviewDracolich – Thursday, July 11, 2019 8:20 PM

The fate of a cursed errand boy – The Sinking City – ReviewThe Sinking City sees you take on the role of a private detective haunted by mysterious visions, who then journeys to the city of Oakmont to uncover the truth behind his unsettling dreams. This, as one might expect, brings him face to face with all sorts of unusual phenomena and a host of peculiar citizens as he explores streets stricken by flood and famine alike.

Nelly Cootalot: Spoonbeaks Ahoy! HD – Bite-sized birdsong – ReviewGare – Thursday, May 23, 2019 3:39 PM

Nelly Cootalot: Spoonbeaks Ahoy! HD – Bite-sized birdsong – ReviewNelly Cootalot: Spoonbeaks Ahoy! HD is, as the title not-so-subtly implies, the HD re-release of a freeware adventure game from 10+ years ago, featuring pirates, puzzles, leprechauns and an extremely – and I do mean *extremely* – wide beard.

Guard Duty – Your princess is in another castle – ReviewGare – Thursday, May 2, 2019 6:00 PM

Guard Duty – Your princess is in another castle – ReviewWhen a mysterious man in a black cloak kidnaps the princess and the knights of the realm aren’t doing a very good job of saving her, it falls upon Tondbert, a common, bumbling guard, to take matters into his own hands.

Resident Evil 2 – Raccoon City, 21 years later – ReviewGare – Thursday, February 21, 2019 1:17 PM

Resident Evil 2 – Raccoon City, 21 years later – ReviewIt’s been 21 long years since players first stepped through the doors of the Raccoon City police station – since then, Resident Evil 2 has become a classic entry in the franchise, one that represented everything the series should be.