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31 Days of Dreadtober(2017): The Death of Visceral Games

Day 17 #FuckEA Here we go again. The list of game studios closed by major game publisher Electronic Arts is disturbingly long as evident in this Kotaku article. Today, we sadly have to add yet another studio to the list and it’s a big one.

31 Days of Dreadtober(2017): Multiplayer Horror

Day 10 Some of my favorite horror games just so happen to be centered around playing with a friend or several other people. This flies in the face of conventional horror tropes in gaming, where game developers force a sense of isolation upon the players in order

31 Days Of Dreadtober (2017): Bioshock

I know I said I’d be taking the weekend off to attend my aunt’s wedding, however, I scared up some time when I realized I have a horror/geek blog and it’s now October. Today, I’d like to introduce you guys to 31 Days of Dreadtober.

Scorn: An H.R. Giger Inspired Hell

Scorn is a video game currently in development by Ebb Software. The development studio describes it as “an atmospheric first-person horror adventure game set in a nightmarish universe of odd forms and somber tapestry.” It appears their world takes heavy inspiration from the work of Swiss artist,

10 Years of The Witcher Video Game Franchise

This week The Witcher video game franchise celebrates its 10 year anniversary. Within this timeframe, the series has become a juggernaut within the gaming industry as well as an important step in fantasy storytelling. The Witcher video game series takes inspiration from the epic fantasy

The Slow Death of Couch Co-Op

It’s no secret that I’m close with my family. They have been an integral part of most sections of my life. Growing up, this wasn’t ever really something I gave a second thought. Naively, I thought this was how all families operated. It wasn’t until

Will Destiny 2 Win Over Gamers?

This weekend, gamers were treated to a sneak peek into one of the year’s most highly anticipated games with the release of The Destiny 2 public beta. While a beta version of a game is not wholly representative of what the end product will be

Castlevania(Netflix Animated Series): Parting Is Such Sweet Sorrow

Netflix’s new animated series is tragically short, with the first season comprised of only four, twenty-five-minute episodes. However, what the series lacks in length it makes up with bite. Although I would consider myself a “hardcore” gamer, Castlevania is just one of those video game

Dead Space: Catalyst Book Review

Year 2012 Author B.K. Evenson Summary The year is 2294 and the fate of humanity exists on the edge of a knife. In the hopes of saving humanity, EarthGov has begun experimenting with an ancient alien artifact they can not hope to comprehend. Known as