Developer- and Publisher-specific Articles: Horror

Resident Evil remake progress revealed in 19 new screenshots

Resident Evil (PC, PS4, Xbox One) November Media - Screenshot 1

Capcom has released nearly 20 new screenshots from the upcoming remastered version of Resident Evil. The new version is based on the GameCube re-release from 2002 and is currently in development for PC, PS3, PS4, Xbox 360, and Xbox One. This latest iteration will sport upgraded textures, remastered audio with support for 5.1, the choice between 4:3 or 16:9 widescreen, and support for a new control scheme or the old tank-style controls.

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(Xbox Review) Silent Hill 4: The Room

(Xbox Review) Silent Hill 4: The Room

“… one of the most intelligently plotted horror games out there.”

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(PlayStation 4 Review) The Evil Within

(PlayStation 4 Review) The Evil Within

“… doesn’t redefine the survival- or action-horror genres, but it does offer plenty of opportunities to turn monsters into mush while escaping giant meat grinders and grotesque beasts.”

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PlayStation 4 Reviews

Nordic Games to bring The Vanishing of Ethan Carter to retail

The Vanishing of Ethan Carter (PC) Nordic Announcement - Screenshot 1

Nordic Games will be releasing a physical version of The Astronauts’ upcoming horror-themed thriller The Vanishing of Ethan Carter. In the atmospheric investigative adventure, players will follow Paul Prospero as he sets out to discover the mystery behind what happened to Ethan Carter, a potential client who asked for his assistance in looking into a mysterious book. Paul won’t be going toe to toe with demons and crazed killers, but he will find himself in an increasingly strange and terrifying world that is turning against him.

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(PC Review) Daylight

(PC Review) Daylight

“… provides few frights.”

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(PC Review) Amnesia: A Machine for Pigs

(PC Review) Amnesia: A Machine for Pigs

“… laden with laudable moments, as a bone-rattling exploration game filled with an atmosphere so pervasively unsettling that it can be nearly unbearable.”

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Grab some lantern fuel, Amnesia: A Machine for Pigs launches for PC

Amnesia A Machine for Pigs (PC) Launch Announcement - Screenshot 1

Amnesia: A Machine for Pigs has launched for PC on GOG, Desura, Steam, and other digital outlets. The atmospheric first-person horror title comes from Frictional Games and The Chinese Room, the studios behind Amnesia: The Dark Descent and Dear Esther, and is described as a “narrative-driven horror, free of combat and complex puzzles.”

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Atlus to bring new horror title Daylight to PC, PS4 in 2014

Atlus has announced their first PS4 title, Daylight. The Unreal Engine 4-powered psychological thriller, currently in development at Zombie Studios, is slated to come out early next year as a download-only release for PC and PS4. The game will feature an amnesiatic protagonist who awakens to find themselves in a haunted asylum, with no weapons and only their cell phone to light their way. Procedurally generated levels will switch up each playthrough so that level layout as well as item and enemy placement are different each time.

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PC News, PlayStation 4 News

Silent Hill: Book of Memories gets new characters, more in DLC pack

Silent Hill: Book of Memories (PS Vita) DLC Launch Announcement - Screenshot 1

A new downloadable content pack has launched for Silent Hill: Book of Memories. The PS Vita exclusive’s first drop is a considerable one, with the $4.99 release including balance tweaks, 10 new playable characters, 50 new outfits, 15 new accessories, 14 new artifacts, 10 new weapons, 15 new story notes, two new enemies, and four new trophies.

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PlayStation Vita News

After getting the Greenlight, Asylum moves to Kickstarter

Asylum (PC) Kickstarter Announcement - Screenshot 1

The recently Greenlit adventure-horror title Asylum now has a Kickstarter campaign. Developer Senscape has chosen to go the crowdfunding route in order to finish the final phase of development. The Argentina-based studio hopes to attract funding for the Lovecraft-inspired puzzler with a number of rewards, including the addition of players as corpses or patients in the game’s main setting, the Hanwell Mental Institute. Other rewards include digital copies of the game, a downloadable copy of the soundtrack, access to alpha and beta releases, and a boxed copy.

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