Looking for a new kind of difficulty?
Echolocation adds an interesting element to this horror title.
Excellent writing that leaves us wanting more
This Ain’t Dark Souls: A AA-Parody.
Slow-Simmered Horror Perfection The first Outlast was something of a critical darling. Many viewed it as a revolutionary horror game with a unique setting and novel premise. As a lifelong survival horror nut, though, I walked away from it with a feeling of...
A good game that left too much up to randomness.
Hardcore fans may find lots to love, but newcomers may be left wanting more.
A diamond in the rough
The devil is in the details in this game, and in this case, it really is a devil.
I need a drink.
Another roguelike dungeon crawler that has you slinging balls
Pong is back… only now in VR and with landmines.
A proof-of-concept of a Hearthstone clone in VR, but does it work?
Death comes to all of us in the end but, if Bearslayer is anything to go by, it comes crazy frequently to the heroes of Latvian folk tales.
One part party game + one part MOBA = Party MOBA
A man with a mustache, waging war against a race of Eyeliens who want nothing more than to steal every man’s facial hair.
Do you like things? Are you an enjoyer of stuff? Best avoid this, then.
I was never planning to become a drug dealer, but High Profits has turned me off the idea for good.
More like car crash simulator
All the tackiness of Robot Wars, with none of the entertainment value.
Sayaka’s moves only work in the dojo.
Another day, another generic and tacky horror title featuring a torch with terrible battery life.
What words will you kill? Why are you killing them? How do you kill a word?
What’s your favorite kind of garbage horror game?
Pure poison for the soul
It’s obvious Natahem should have spent a lot more time polishing the game before putting it up for sale.