Midsummer Scream Steps Into the Black
There has been a mystery surrounding Into the Black. Before Saturday’s panel at Midsummer Scream I knew little about what to expect from the pet project of Larry Bones, owner of Boneyard Effects and veteran maestro of makeup and prosthetics for Halloween Horror Nights for a number of years,... Read more
Rusty Lake: Roots Redeems Its Franchise
Some time back, I reviewed the game Rusty Lake Hotel. It was a puzzle game that tried to coast by on a whimsically dark style without offering much of substance. When a prequel came out last fall, I decided to pass on it because I had been so let... Read more
Summer of Rift – Now is the time to jump into real Virtual Reality.
When I talk about Virtual Reality technology here on HorrorBuzz, I am usually pushing some of the new video technologies we have been adopting to bring you the most immersive experiences possible.  Horror is great on the screen, but when it is so close, and so seemingly lifelike that... Read more
An End To The Suffering and What Went Wrong
Alright, so two weeks ago we took a look at the all-but-forgotten horror game The Suffering. It was an ambitious and successful game which was clearly meant to be the start of a franchise. So what went wrong? Why did the franchise not take off? Well this week we’re... Read more
E3 2017 Presents A Weak Offering For Horror Fans
Unfortunately this week we will not be continuing our series on the failed The Suffering franchise, because I am still waiting for my copy of the sequel to arrive in the mail. Instead of continuing to look backwards, we’re going to be looking forwards. The gaming industry’s biggest annual... Read more
Let The Suffering Begin
You probably don’t remember the horror game The Suffering. It came out back in 2004, on the PlayStation 2, Xbox, and PC. It was actually quite successful. There was even a sequel released a year later. So why haven’t you heard of The Suffering? Why didn’t it become the... Read more
Dissecting the Death Tales Beta
Death Tales is a strange little curiosity hidden away on the PlayStation Store. It’s a game which clearly has a lot of style, but it is also still in open beta. For those who are not familiar, this basically means it’s an early version of the game which they... Read more
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