Variety Praises WORLD OF HORROR: “a Frightening 1-Bit Masterpiece”

Variety’s Brian Crecente did a preview at PAX East 2019 of WORLD OF HORROR, the unsettling cosmic horror retro RPG from Ysbryd Games and Pantasz, and dubbed the game a “frightening 1-bit masterpiece.” Also praising the title for “taking gaming expos by storm,” Brian was not sparse with compliments for the game: “What’s most striking initially about the game is its deliberately old-school look. […]

Destructoid Explores the Vast Gloom of WRATH: Aeon of Ruin in PAX East Preview

Destructoid walked away “very impressed” by WRATH: Aeon of Ruin, a dark fantasy horror FPS powered by the original Quake engine from 1C Entertainment and 3D Realms in collaboration with developer KillPixel. Author Peter Glagowski discusses how the game carves out its own style in his preview from PAX East: Quake was all about tight corridors and reckless abandon, but Wrath is about open exploration and weapon mastery. The […]

Eurogamer Summons the News of WRATH: Aeon of Ruin

Eurogamer discovered some news in the ruins of the Old World: WRATH: Aeon of Ruin, a dark fantasy horror FPS powered by the original Quake engine from 1C Entertainment and 3D Realms in collaboration with developer KillPixel, resurrects classic FPS action on PC, Mac, and Linux this summer, and on console early next year. Author Matt Wells runs down what to expect from the five realms of WRATH: According […]

Fanbyte Lists World of Horror Among the Coolest Games at PAX South

Fanbyte’s Eric Van Allen played WORLD OF HORROR, the unsettling cosmic horror retro RPG from Panstasz and Ysbryd Games, at PAX South 2019. Eric reports that WORLD OF HORROR is a memorable experience, marked by its creepy, distinct visuals and haunting music. Maybe best described as a narrative roguelike by way of Junji Ito and H.P. Lovecraft, WORLD […]

Bloody Disgusting Previews The Blackout Club

Bloody Disgusting‘s Jim Hargreaves recently previewed The Blackout Club, the co-op horror title from Question, saying the game’s Steam Early Access release “is already shaping up to be one of the most unique co-op video games out there.” “This early look certainly shows promise. Once it’s been fleshed out and those rough edges softened down, this could easily be […]

Destructoid Previews Vanishing Grown-Ups and Creepy Cults in The Blackout Club

Destructoid’s Brett Makedonski went in-depth with his preview on Question Games‘ cooperative horror experience The Blackout Club, including some background on the National Quiet Radio Zone and some strategies on how to deal with “The Shape.” Brett gave a brief strategy on how to distract “The Shape” so he doesn’t take out on of your friends: Players […]

Gameranx Includes The Blackout Club as a Top Upcoming Cooperative Video Game of 2019

Gameranx includes Question Games‘ The Blackout Club as one of their top upcoming cooperative games of 2019. The co-op horror game arrives on PS4, Xbox One, and Steam in 2019. Gameranx explains what the game’s about: Being a young teenager, players will be unable to fight against any foes but instead must work together in order to […]

VG247 interviews Question Co-Founder about Cooperative Horror Mystery The Blackout Club

VG247’s Kirk McKeand interviewed Question Co-Founder Jordan Thomas about cooperative paranormal horror mystery The Blackout Club. In this long-form interview, McKeand explains that Thomas’s history with horror goes back a couple decades through games: “As well as creating the infamously unsettling Shalebridge Cradle level in Thief: Deadly Shadows, he is the designer responsible for Fort Frolic in the original […]

Polygon Reports on The Blackout Club from Question Games

Polygon’s Owen Good reported on the announcement of The Blackout Club, a cooperative paranormal horror mystery from BioShock and Dishonored alumni at Question Games: After one of their group goes missing and the grownups don’t seem to care, the kids begin their own investigation….The Blackout Club’s makers are pitching stealth gameplay — sneaking out at night like […]

Engadget Reports on Cooperative Paranormal Horror Mystery The Blackout Club

Jon Fingas of Engadget reported on the reveal of Question‘s cooperative paranormal horror mystery The Blackout Club, focusing on the fact that the game lets players share their scares instead of the usually solitary experience found in horror games. Many horror games are solitary affairs — a little odd when horror movies are frequently shared experiences. Why not make games which […]