THE BINDING OF ISAAC Switches Things Up
Nintendo has long been known as the family friendly video game company, so it was a little odd that one of the release titles for their new system (the Nintendo Switch) was a port of the crude, gory little indie cult classic The Binding of Isaac, complete with all... Read more
VR SHOWDOWN IN GHOST TOWN Sets the Standard for the VR Arcade Experience
It’s high noon, and a threat looms over the good people of Knott’s Berry Farm. The robot menace is here and the only thing keeping the park from complete destruction is my catlike reflexes and the keen eye of my stalwart companion, Jeff Heimbuch. Well, they had a good... Read more
A GIRLS FABRIC FACE Should Have Stayed Covered
A Girls Fabric Face is a game which does not know that it needs an apostrophe in that title. That right there should have been a warning to me. The incredibly generic screen shots on the Steam page should have been my next warning. I got suckered in by... Read more
The HorrorBuzz Guide To Your Local Arcade
Maybe it’s just where I live, but arcades seem to be making a bit of a comeback. They’re not standalone things anymore, though. Instead they seem to be popping up in things like Round One (a combination arcade and bowling alley) or John’s Incredible Pizza Company (a combination arcade... Read more
Camp Sunshine Fumbles In The Dark
As I have discussed before, I am quite fond of RPG Maker horror games. I also love slasher flicks and 16-bit nostalgia. So it seemed like Camp Sunshine was made just for me, a 16-bit RPG Maker horror game paying homage to classic summer camp slasher films. “What’s not... Read more
Spilling The Beans On the Game of Tattletail
You remember the Tattletail, right? It was a toy that was kind of popular in the late 90s that talked and learned things and looked kind of like a furry bird? Oh wait, that’s a Furby. Tattletail is a game that leans hard on 90s nostalgia for toys like... Read more
Steam Greenlight Gets A Red Light
Valve recently announced that they are shutting down their Steam Greenlight service. Through this service, developers had to pay a one-time fee to be allowed to put games up on Steam. The Greenlight games were then voted on by the community and those that passed were put up onto... Read more
New Greenlight 2D Horror RPG TOWARDS THE PANTHEON Balances Light-Hearted Charm and Chilling Atmosphere
What happens when a warrior, a cat, a cyborg, and a ghost must team up to save their homelands? I can’t say I’ve ever asked myself that question, but that is the question posed to us by a new top-down horror RPG by developer  Connor O.R.T. Linning that has... Read more
Don’t Let Let It Die Pass You By
SUDA51 is a rather polarizing figure in the world of video games. His games are not generally commercially successful. However, they do tend to develop strong cult followings. His games are incredibly strange (surreal according to his fans, bordering on nonsensical according to his detractors). I have not played... Read more
Resident Evil Banned Footage, Vol. 2 Should Have Stayed Banned
“Resident Evil 7: Biohazard” was an absolutely brilliant game. It brought together the best elements of the classic and modern “Resident Evil” games while still adding new ideas into the mix. Then, it was followed up with the DLC pack “Banned Footage, volume 1” which added three creepy and... Read more