Rely on Horror review praises psychological horror game Infliction: Extended Cut

Rely on Horror took a stab at Infliction: Extended Cut, the psychological horror game from developer Caustic Reality and publisher Blowfish Studios available now on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. Author Steve Summers, in his 8.5/10 review, praised the dark storyline and had particular praise for the chilling sound design: The sound design in Infliction is top-notch and I rarely felt safe when […]

Polygon Braves Creepy Encounters and Face-Cutting Woman in WORLD OF HORROR

Polygon’s Jenna Stoeber faced dozens of frightful encounters in WORLD OF HORROR, the unsettling cosmic horror RPG from panstasz and Ysbryd Games. The anxiety-inducing encounters and macabre monsters evoked classic choose-your-own-adventure stories and compelled her to chase the terrors: From creepy kitchens and classrooms to eerie people asking for help, these encounters come with options on […]

Destructoid Praises WORLD OF HORROR Steam Early Access

Destructoid’s Jordan Devore praised the lo-fi horror RPG WORLD OF HORROR as “one to remember.” The title, developed by panstasz and published by Ysbryd Games, arrives for Steam Early Access on Feb. 20 before hitting up Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4 and Steam for PC before the end of the year. Uzumaki seems like a major source of inspiration, and […]

Gematsu

Tokyo Dark – Remembrance – has released on PlayStation 4 and Gematsu’s Sal Romano pieced together all the clues to reveal the definitive edition adds extra content to the anime-style murder mystery, which merges visual novel and adventure features with new animated sequences, a New Game+ and additional story content. Romano laid out all the facts about Tokyo Dark – […]

Bloody Disgusting Shares the Release Date for Twin-Stick Shooter Nom Nom Apocalypse

Bloody Disgusting has shared the release date for Nom Nom Apocalypse, Deadleaf Games‘ upcoming top-down roguelite shooter set in a post-apocalyptic city plagued by mutant food monstrosities, coming to Steam Feb. 13. The “horror lite” game pays homage to kaiju films and features an arsenal of more than 30 culinary weapons to survive the foodpocalypse, including a […]

Bloody Disgusting reports Infliction: Extended Cut brings horror home to consoles on Feb. 25

Bloody Disgusting is no stranger to things that go bump in the night. The horror outlet recently shared news that Infliction: Extended Cut, the psychological horror game from Caustic Reality and Blowfish Studios exploring the darkness haunting the remnants of a suburban family, strikes terror into Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One on Feb. 25, […]

PC Gamer gets nostalgic in WRATH: Aeon of Ruin Steam Early Access Preview

PC Gamer’s Rick Lane waxed poetic over the beauty of an awesome shotgun and the makings of a great FPS in his coverage of WRATH: Aeon of Ruin, the dark fantasy horror FPS powered by the original Quake engine from publishers 3D Realms and 1C Entertainment and developer KillPixel Games. Lane got a taste of the […]

Gematsu Whispers News of Horror Adventure 3rd Eye’s Release Date And New Trailer

Gematsu’s Sal Romano recently shined a spotlight on the new trailer for UNTIES’ 2D horror adventure game, 3rd Eye, as well as its official release date for Steam. 3rd Eye, a horror adventure set in the Touhou Project universe, will launch for PC via Steam on September 30 for $14.99, followed by PlayStation 4 and Switch in Q4 2019, […]

World Of Horror Earns Praise From Paste Magazine at PAX West 2019

Paste Magazine’s Holly Green had a lot of kind things to say about indie games at PAX West 2019, but Ysbryd Games‘ World of Horror ended up on her “Best Games of PAX West 2019” list. Green had this to say about her experience with the 8-bit horror demo: This game is so unbelievably sick it […]

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. […]