Momodora Is The Nostalgic Game You’ve Been Wanting
Momodora: Reverie Under the Moonlight is clerarly influenced by many of the classics of the genres it emulates. It wears its influences like patches on a punk’s jacket: one for Bloodborne, one for Castlevania, one for Demon’s Souls, and… one for Doki Doki Panic. Okay so that last one... Read more
Friday The 13th The Game Gives Free Stuff To Make Up For Troubles
A few weeks back, we reviewed the highly anticipated Friday The 13th The Game when it first came out. Our assessment of it was basically this: when it worked, it’s great. But getting it to work was tricky. Now here we are, almost a month later, and the game... Read more
Thumper Brings Rhythm Violence To The Switch
If you’re an early adopter of the Nintendo Switch like me, you’re probably a little starved for some quality content. Sure, the new Zelda game is great (and I would even go so far as to say that if nothing else good is ever released for the Switch, I... Read more
Berserk and the Band of the Hawk Sacrifices Chills For Thrills
I love the Dynasty Warriors franchise. For those of you not familiar with the series, they’re large-scale action games based on the Chinese historical epic “Romance of the Three Kingdoms.” From there, developer Koei Tecmo began to branch the series out, starting with “Samurai Warriors” and then moving on... Read more
What Are the Scariest Games That You’ve Never Played
We here at HorrorBuzz have something a little different for you today. Instead of picking up something new and praying that it’s good, we’re going to be looking through some older games that didn’t get enough attention when they were first released. However, not just any game will do.... Read more
Friday the 13th The Game Is Brutal (Somewhat Buggy) Fun
We’ve all watched horror films, and yelled at the characters on-screen. “Don’t run that way!” “No, grab the knife instead!” “Why are these people so stupid?!” Hell, I am sure you have said to something that if YOU were up against the killer, you’d do things differently. Much differently.... Read more
VIDEO: Unboxing Month 4 from Hunt A Killer
Yikes, our bad! This video has been live on our YouTube for a week, but we forgot to add it to our main page. In any event, Month 4 of Hunt A Killer’s amazing at-home experience is here, and I (along with my friends Mr. Bones & Kevin) go... Read more
Cracking The Silver Case and Finding A Killer
This column has discussed Japanese video game developer Suda51 in the past, but let’s start with a quick recap. He is known for creating incredibly strange (or “quirky” if you’re feeling generous) video games that tend to be incredibly divisive. None of his games have been particularly commercially successful... Read more
Little Nightmares Stumbles Toward Brilliance
Amazon had been recommending “Little Nightmares” to me for months before I finally just bit the bullet and ordered it. The Amazon description told me next to nothing about the product, and I had heard absolutely zero word of mouth hype about the game. Still, I kept checking the... Read more
VIDEO: Unboxing Month 3 from Hunt A Killer
We’re back again with Month 3 of Hunt A Killer’s great, at-home, immersive experience. In today’s unboxing, we have sharp objects and more mystery! Want to start your own journey? Membership is $30 a month for a month-to-month membership, $27.50 a month for six months if you prepay, or... Read more