Horror games are fun because they let you experience thrills you'd never really want to see in a safe way. The best horror games still scare the hell out of you but it's that lurch, that moment of ohJesusGodwhatthehell that makes you feel alive. And maybe a bit sweary.
Sony has announced Until Dawn, a new adult horror game for PlayStation Move that riffs on teen horror films. Expect plenty of tongue-in-cheek horror, designed to emulate the kind of movies where Bad Things happen to pretty teenagers trapped alone in a shack on a mountain in the middle of the night. Naturally you'll be armed with a flashlight, which you control using the PlayStation Move controller.
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Horror games are a dime a dozen. With six-player co-op and a ton of unique weapons, your goal is basically to coat every single surface in the game with blood. I mean, technically your goal is just to kill every zombie that moves, but the persistent gore system is definitely a perk here.
Taiwanese game Detention now sadly removed from sale begins in a school, with a student who's fallen asleep in class. It's a straightforward and relatable scenario. Then that student wakes up, alone but for one other student asleep in the auditorium, during the start of a supernatural typhoon.
Tons of fun scary games to bring the fear out in your group. Some games are of true paranormal nature, some are just scary or creepy fun, and others are not so much as scary, but meant celebrate scary movies and test the fans of those horror films. The rules to a scare fest are easy.
When it comes to horror and spookiness in board games, we have a lot of options. Thanks to the plethora of games about zombies, Lovecraftian mythos, and other gruesome elements, we can make our tabletop experiences as tense as we want. So with Halloween night right around the corner, what better time to dust off a monster filled tabletop game for a good dose of horror and tension.
Remember Among The Sleep? It's that game by Krillbrite studio where you play as a two year old who has yet to "develop a full sense of reality, making you weak and susceptible to the horrifying creatures inhabiting your nightmares. There have been a couple of updates since we initially covered it, including new screenshots and concept art earlier this month, as well as a response to folks who were upset that you could play as a kid last year. Pictured above is concept art, obviously.