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
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
Avoid The Inevitability At All Costs
I will fully admit that I was lazy in picking The Inevitability to be the subject of this week’s column. I went onto Steam and looked at the most recently released games with the “horror” tag. I saw a game with a plot summary that sounded kind of interesting... 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
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
“Resident Evil 7” Wastes No Time Delivering Extras
I have already talked about “Resident Evil 7” at length. It is no secret that I love the game. However, less than a month after the game’s release, a downloadable content pack has already been released for it. I’m not a fan of games releasing DLC so quickly after... Read more