survival horror

Dead Rising 4 PC Review (Dead Rising 4 Review for PC)

 A simple, repetitive game, stripped of its depth. Addicting exploration, technically proficient. 70/100, maybe 80. Addicting exploration, but overall this game is lacking in substance that I have come to expect from the Dead Rising franchise. For whatever reason the following things have been removed from the game, Psycho’s have

Dying Light Mini Review and Screenshots for PC

Opinion after 5 hours of playing: I can sure say this was worth the wait and it isn’t overrated. To sum this game up, take Dead Island, add parkour & make improvements on the game. So positives: +Beautiful Graphics +Parkour works perfectly +Combat is fun +Variety of enemies +Zombie kills

Silent Hill 1 Review and Synopsis

Synopsis: Silent Hill tells the story of a man searching for his lost daughter in a bleak tourist town. As Harry Mason and his daughter Cheryl were driving down the road, a dark, ominous figure appeared in the vehicle’s headlights. Harry tried to avoid it; he swerved out of the

Blue Stinger Review

Mixing the elements of Tomb Raider and Resident Evil, Blue Stinger represents the first action-adventure game for the 128-bit Dreamcast – something many looked forward to, and as a launch title for a 128-bit system, increased its chance of success. Beginning with a long cinematic display, Blue Stinger immediately jumps

Resident Evil 2 Review

When Resident Evil debuted back in 1996 it was one of the most innovative games around. Circa, February of 1998, Resident Evil 2 is unveiled to the United States. While its not as innovative as its predecessor it’s still a great scare. The first thing that you’ll notice about Resident

Resident Evil 1 Review

Games that provide a bit of a scare were far and few between previous to the development of the Resident Evil series. Although Alone in the Dark is probably the first game that can be called a survival horror game, Resident Evil is the game that really led to the

Alone in the Dark Review [DOS]

Based on the writings of the popular H. P. Lovecraft, I-Motion’s Alone in the Dark stands as a classic horror title that is certain to please PC fans. Alone in the Dark presents players with a choice of two characters to select, namely, the respected Edward Carnby or Emily Hartwood,