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Until Dawn Success Story

Until Dawn finally hit the PlayStation 4 in 2015 with Hollywood stars like Rami Malek and Hayden Panettiere appearing in the trope-filled slasher. All of the gameplay is pretty simple, with quick-time events making up the bulk of interactivity, so even more casual gamers can get in on Until Dawn without feeling too pressured to perform. What’s more, failure doesn’t result in a game over, but instead just leads down another path towards one of Until Dawn’s numerous alternate endings. Resident Evil VII: Biohazard Eschewing the familiar third-person style the Resident Evil franchise was known for, Capcom instead went with a first-person experience for Resident Evil VII. As if that wasn’t tense enough, the PlayStation 4 version features VR support, meaning you can be fully immersed in the world of the fantastically freaky Baker family.

As everyman Ethan Winters, players travel to the creepy Baker homestead in an attempt to find your missing wife. With set pieces inspired by The Thing and the Saw movies, and a dark mystery to uncover at the heart of it all, you’ve got a game that seriously rights the course of a once wayward franchise. It’s also very hard to play when the sun goes down. Silent Hill: Shattered Memories As a re-imagining of the original Silent Hill, Shattered Memories puts players back in the role of Harry Mason as he searches for his daughter after a car crash. Armed with only a flashlight and his cellphone, Harry must solve puzzles and explore the abandoned depths of a snowy town, while also dealing with being transported to the alternate nightmare dimension. There’s no combat in Shattered Memories, so you can only evade Silent Hill’s monsters…or else find yourself trapped forever in the nightmare realm. If all that isn’t creepy enough, the game also incorporates the Wii controller to act as a cellphone, with messages and calls coming through the device’s speaker, all a little too close to home. Amnesia: The Dark Descent Set in the 1800s, Amnesia: The Dark Descent puts players in the role of an amnesiac named Daniel who must escape from the depths of an old castle.

Oh, and Daniel must also manage his sanity by not spending too much time in the shadows and dark, otherwise he hallucinates, making his escape that much more difficult. The audio and visual cues that creep into Daniel’s mind makes discerning safety from real danger nearly impossible… [high-pitched humming] …with terrors becoming more visceral the longer players spend on the wrong end of sanity. Uncovering the truth behind the horrors increases the tension, but it also gives players a reason to keep going even if they’re absolutely out of their minds. Or are they? Bloodborne A great deal of horror games focus on mythic undead monsters, but Bloodborne’s Lovecraftian influences give it a much more creative creepiness. There are very few games that feature bosses as uneasy on the eyes as the Blood-starved Beast, Ebrietas, and The One, Reborn. At least with Lovecraft, you know you’re getting a tentacle monster or two. Bloodborne’s bosses scoff at such simplistic nether-gods. If you don’t have 65 skulls popping out of glowing orifices, each with their own mutated baby brain, you aren’t tough enough to make it in the land of Yharnam. Thanks for watching! Click the SVG icon to subscribe to our YouTube channel. Plus check out all this cool stuff we know you’ll love, too!


Games You Don`t Want To Play Alone

It’s dark, it’s late, and there’s some hesitation to pushing the start button on your next digital nightmare. Do you really want to play this game alone? We’ve all been there. There’s nothing to be ashamed about. Just like the greatest scary movies are better to witness with others in the room, so are some of the best terrifying video games. “Sweet Sebastian Bach, I wanna play!” “Miller, you signed in yet?” “I’m here.” “Alright, let’s boot it up!” PT (Silent Hills) Released only in demo form, PT was a mysterious new spookfest crafted by the pseudonymous 7780s Studios. Players were dropped into seemingly innocuous hallway that repeated on a loop, while a spectral woman laughed and chased them through her home. Radio transmissions recalled murderous events. A fetus talked to players in a bathroom sink. And then things got really weird. “His six-year-old daughter had the good sense to hide in the bathroom.” [Spooky grunting]

Early players were thrilled that there was a new horror game coming to the PlayStation 4, and PT earned more fans when players learned it was actually hype for a new Silent Hill game from the minds of Hideo Kojima and Guillermo del Toro. Unfortunately, Konami and Kojima Productions parted ways before Silent Hills could be completed, and this demo is all we ever got. Siren: Blood Curse A 2008 re-imagining of the cult favorite Siren series, Siren: Blood Curse is an episodic narrative told through the perspectives of a half-dozen different characters. Players find themselves in the middle of an ancient ritual, complete with sacrifices, the undead, and nightmare creatures straight out of a Junji Ito manga. In addition to being crazy-scary every time a new creature appeared out of thin air with its soulless, bloody eyes, the episodic nature of Blood Curse makes it perfect for binge-playing with friends. Dead Space Developed by EA’s Redwood Studios, which went on to become Visceral Games, Dead Space is a brilliant third-person, action-horror game that terrifies players from the moment they step foot on the USG Ishimura. As engineer Isaac Clarke, gamers go head-to-head with the necromorphs. These creatures were once human, but were infected by a massive, ancient spire that seemingly has a connection straight to your worst visions of the monster in the closet. Not only are necromorphs nasty creatures, they have to be dismembered in order to be vanquished.

While it’s a great and innovative video game mechanic, it makes every encounter a white-knuckle battle. [Alien roaring] “Yeah, well there’s not. There’s nobody here.” Layers of Fear Bloober Team’s Layers of Fear is an unexpectedly chilling delight that follows a disturbed artist as he tries to complete his masterpiece. Players have to explore his home to discover how to finish this painting, and uncover a great mystery as the story progresses. Layers of Fear isn’t chock full of monsters or things trying to kill you, but it’s an eerie experience, loaded with scares. The painter protagonist goes more than a little bit mad, and his artworks are horrific and violent affairs that would give anyone staring at them goosebumps. Exploring darkened halls of a Victorian manor never felt so tense. [Ominous music] [Anguished, scary moaning] Until Dawn Originally conceived as a PlayStation 3 game with a heavy focus on Move controls,

Videogames Are Poison!

Did you know that video games are responsible for more deaths than everything else ever combined. Yes, I am counting virtual deaths; but that should be fine in a biased PSA. Hello, I’m Kilian. Head of the Sisterhood of Extremely Worried Mothers A group dedicated to ban the planet’s two greatest evils: Video games and vaccines! This campaign started after the disturbing Nintendo Switch commercials Notice how they never show anyone being in school. Instead they are going to parties, probably to do the mare-uh-wan-uhs To convince you video games should be banned I’m not gonna sit here and bombard you with terrifying facts For example, Did you know that the majority of best online casino sa in Israel never go to church? They have replaced Jesus with a hedgehog Ever seen “The Last Supper”? WHAT’S THAT IN JUDAS’ HAND? An AMD graphics card? Sonofabitch liked his framerates But are all games bad?

Yes Let me tell you how popular games will turn your sweet ten year old into a serial killing pig molester The obvious game to talk about is GTA V But let’s not They have a really good legal team But another game that kids like that is exactly like GTA V is Clash of Clans Maybe you liked the commercials, but they don’t tell you about the deviant chat features Where your kids will be encouraged to do terrible things Like, uhh Have abortions? Or even worse, listen to rock ‘n roll. Online games in general are always bad for you. For example, League of Legends Its popularity is slowing down in the west Much like cigarettes! That can’t be a coincidence! So, can League cause lung cancer? We asked researchers at Cambridge University and they said NO So we asked the much superior Online University of Baghdad and they said: “Sure, whatever you want” Do you think someone would lie because we gave them $50,000? Minecraft is in a similar situation At first glance, it might not look so bad I mean Father John plays it with the church kids all the time A bit too much, actually but that’s not the problem!

We all know, video games are guaranteed to cause violence. A nice kid plays ten minutes of Candy Crush and suddenly he wants human sacrifices Minecraft is extremely violent And so, as Minecraft gained popularity so did civil wars, and as they say: “Correlation always implies causation” Also just because a game is safe now doesn’t mean it’s gonna stay that way Overwatch was a game about shooting terrorists something that should be taught in schools Then overnight, new goal was to become a vegan Sodomite This could happen to ANY GAME Listen. We’re not delusional We know banning games won’t cause peace on earth immediately And true, some of these facts might be a bit “alternate” The complete and honest truth is: I’M FROM THE FUTURE! In the year 14,000 All of humanity has been wiped out by a copy of Kirby Steam androids scour the planet to trade video games for lives I had to return to the past to undo the future that is video games