Archive for the ‘Horror’ Category

Dark Souls – Artorias of the Abyss Part 1

Dark Souls - Artorias of the Abyss

What’s that? You want me to review the Dark Souls Artorias of the Abyss DLC without blowing my own and possible your mind? Psh, as if. This fifteen dollar installment comes from a game developer who never thought he’d make DLC for his beloved Soul Series. Now that he has, he wants to make sure […]

Slender: The Eight Pages – He Just Wants Some Love

Slender: The Eight Pages

Ah, Slender: The Eight Pages. Nothing makes an evening quite as enjoyable as being scared to the point of staring until your eyes dry out. Was that black thing over there Slender? Was that tree Slender? Was that oh crap right behind you staaaatic. I’m pretty sure most everyone knows about the free to download […]

Dead Island, Second Take

Dead Island

I never ever thought I’d come back to Dead Island. I mean, after playing through as the blade-wielding glass cannon Xian and getting murdered in half a second whenever anything more than a basic zombie slapped me, I was pretty much done. But, my desire for open-world zombie re-murdering was too strong, and I found […]

SCP Containment Breach is Lookin’ Good

SCP Containment Breach

Technically, I shouldn’t be reviewing this game yet. It’s in early, very early alpha, and it’s still impossible to win. However, I’m here to review the content/potential content of the game thus far, so don’t expect any negatives. A blooming game with a promising premise deserves all the encouragement it can get. First and foremost, […]

The Binding of Isaac: Of Sin, Hellfire, and Meat

The Binding of Isaac

The Binding of Isaac plays like the original Legend of Zelda would if it had no surface world and contained grotesque monsters reminiscent of Super Meat Boy plus the lower circles of Hell. Actually, that’s a much more astute observation than I meant it to be. While it was indeed developed by the same team […]

Castlevania: Order of Ecclesia, Crack that Whip! Er, Glyph

Castlevania: Order of Ecclesia

At a glance, Castlevania: Order of Ecclesia is as far away from the original games as Portrait of Ruin. The variety of weapons, abilities, and pieces of equipment you receive will make the game’s difficulty nothing short of a joke. If you find powerful combinations and breeze through the game as if you have cheats […]

Castlevania: Portrait of Ruin, Canvas the Castle

Castlevania: Portrait of Ruin

Get it? You do? Then why aren’t you laughing? Nostalgic but new, Castlevania: Portrait of Ruin (for the Nintendo DS) maintains the familiar 2D-platformer aspect of their earlier games while smoothly adding in a wide array of weapons, spells, and sub-weapons with which to violently beat your macabre enemies to death. Or re-death, as the […]

Diablo III, Another Peek

Diablo III

I’m glad to see that my first impression of Diablo III was a positive one. It’s followed through, and even though I haven’t been playing as much as I’d like to, I still think it’s a fantastic game. Plot, replayability, difficulty scaling, EXP escalation, and ability diversity all factor in to my positive opinion. I […]

BloodRayne, A.K.A. Boobs Blood and Nazis Everywhere

BloodRayne

BloodRayne is meant for a certain kind of audience. A specific, even unique kind of audience. One that enjoys hot vampire chicks with jiggling breast physics, killing mutant rednecks, and dismembering Nazis possessed with demonic power. Between retractable arm blades and various salvaged firearms, there are a generous number of means to horribly dismember your […]

Diablo III, A Preliminary Perspective

Diablo III

A lot of you know about Diablo III. The hype for this game was and still is incredible. Ever since its midnight release on 5/15/2012, people have been spazzing out and acting like the servers being overloaded is an unusual thing. I myself have not, as I have only heard say of the prior installment, […]

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