That’s right, I content that Metro Exodus is a survival horror game. But If I still have your attention, I have some nice tips for you.
In Soviet Russia, train rides YOU! Experience a very unique take on the traditionally claustrophobic Metro series by doing the unthinkable. Being mostly outdoors!
Instead of a camera that obscures and can’t be navigated, you can now enjoy the same over the shoulder camera you know and love today. With that, you really take in the atmosphere.
Fans of the Resident Evil series and newcomers alike will enjoy the challenges presented. The enemies are very meaty and take a few bullets to go down.
Oh, that’s not… Skeletor? Kidding, of course, who would take me serious if I didn’t recognize Sir Dan. Let’s be honest. Sir Dan is one of the most mistreated PlayStation Icons of all time. He […]
This was a disappointment. Did you ever know this game was out? Elijah Wood personally came out to show off the game at two E3 showcases. But now the game is out, and not a […]
Get Even meets PT Transference is a first-person sci-fi horror experience for VR. It was developed by SpectreVision and published by Ubisoft. It was heavily advertised as a psychedelic adventure and was heavily promoted by […]
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I’ll take “not the original game title” for $100, Alex. Prey is the spiritual successor to a 2006 title that also simply goes by the name “Prey.” Originally, the old title was supposed to get […]
What happened to the dark atmosphere? The Evil Within 2 is the sequel to the 2014 surprise horror hit from Shinji Mikami of Resident Evil fame. Developed by Tango Gameworks and published by Bethesda, the […]