Nevermind Gets Face Reading and Eye-tracking Technology
Late last year, we here at Horrorbuzz got the chance to review an early build of Flying Mollusk’s “Nevermind,” a unique game which alters itself based on biological feedback from the player. That is to say, the game is compatible with several outside peripherals to do things like monitor... Read more
The Walking Dead: Michonne – Episode 1 Review
I’ve been a big fan of Telltale Games for a very long time. From their revival of Sam and Max to their wonderful take on Borderlands, they almost single-handedly brought back the “point and click” genre, albeit with a new twist. A few years ago, when they began their... Read more
Friday The 13th

Friday The 13th

Games February 16, 2016 0

At the PAX South convention, Gun Media hosted a panel about their upcoming videogame “Friday The 13th.” The game is still in a fairly early stage of development, so there weren’t a whole lot of specific details revealed. However, between what was talked about on the panel and the... Read more
“The Old Hunters” Makes “Bloodborne” Bigger And Bloodier
“The Old Hunters” is a downloadable expansion pack for “Bloodborne,” the sister project to “Demon’s Souls” and “Dark Souls” which we looked at a few weeks ago. What it does is it adds new areas, enemies, bosses and equipment in to the game. “The Old Hunters” is in no... Read more
DreadOut Offers Nostalgia With A Twist
I was intrigued by “DreadOut” since it was still just an IndieGoGo campaign and a dream. It seemed to offer classic survival-horror mixed with some fresh ideas. So hoping for the best but bracing for the worst, I decided to give it a try. In “DreadOut,” the player takes... Read more
Strawberry Cubes A Glitchy, Morbid Game
There are no other games quite like “Strawberry Cubes.” It’s a retro puzzle platformer with a glitchy, morbid aesthetic. Instead of dealing in jump scares or monsters, “Strawberry Cubes” seems content to be unsettling, like trying to process a nightmare that doesn’t actually make much sense when you try... Read more
“The Music Machine” Is A Sonata Of Dread
“The Music Machine” is not a title that inspires much fear. It sounds more like a rhythm game than any sort of horror, but it comes from creator David Szymanski (“Fingerbones”, “The Moon Sliver”) who has an impressive track record with small, independent horror video games. Given what a... Read more
Bloodborne Is A Bloody Good Time
I’ve been a fan of the “Souls” series of video games since the first one, “Demon’s Souls” was released. So when I first heard that they were releasing a sister project, “Bloodborne,” that was going to take the familiar gameplay and put it into a gothic horror setting I... Read more
Neverending Nightmares is Visually Haunting
“Neverending Nightmares” makes some big promises. It boasts that the player will experience “true psychological horror,” and claims to be inspired by creator Matt Gilgenbach’s own struggles with depression. The game has a dynamic lighting system designed to make its shadows and darkness seem more imposing. This all sounds... Read more
Jason Is Coming To Consoles Next Fall in Friday the 13th Game!
Months ago, I read about this lovely little game called Summer Camp, where you would play as the teens trying to survive…or the maniacal killer gunning for them. It looks fantastic, and I couldn’t wait for it. Now, here we are, mid-October, and more information about the game has... Read more