In the era of smart homes, smart heating, heart rate monitoring, and the possibility to connect almost anything to the internet; video game developer Techland made an even bolder move and created a never before seen experiment in the form of a Twitter campaign that will clear the fog from the map of the upcoming Dying Light: The Following – Enhanced Edition. Continue reading Techland Reveals A Twitter Campaign For Dying Light: The Following, Where You Make A Car Go Around A Track To Reveal The Map
It isn’t everyday that I stumble onto a Kickstarter project that gets me excited, however the mere premise for Refuge was enough to peak my interest. When you take the concept and combine it with the atmospheric beauty contained within the world of Refuge, I’d be lying if I said I wasn’t excited…
Anybody who has enjoyed the breathless anticipation of hide-and-seek will be hooked by Refuge, a stylish video game, being launched on Kickstarter, which brings a gritty twist to this gentle pursuit.
This novel two-player title is set on a fantastical island settlement named ‘The Ark’ where both of the characters have mysteriously washed up. The aim is simple: to survive longer than the other player. You can either hunt down and kill your opponent directly – or hide and ‘outlive’ them amid the harsh elements on the Ark.
So will you hunt or try to survive the longest? The choice is yours. Continue reading Remember The Fun Times Of Hide & Seek As A Kid? Refuge Is A Gritty, Dark Rendition That Would’ve Terrified As A Child
For those of you that have been following my coverage of Goliath, you already know that Whalebox Studios has been planning a Kickstarter campaign to improve their game and incorporate all of the fan feedback they’ve received at conventions.
However if you’re unfamiliar with Goliath, then this is the perfect time to familiarize yourself. Goliath is the massively open world game where your survival depends on crafting the biggest baddest Goliath, to defeat the long forgotten monsters.
And today is the day that you get to help them make the best game possible, their campaign for Goliath went live earlier today.
A few months ago we caught our first glimpse of Compulsion Games newest title, We Happy Few. It’s the tale of a plucky bunch of slightly terrible people trying to escape from a lifetime of cheerful delusion. Set in a drug-fueled, retro-futuristic city in an alternative history 1964 England, you’ll have to blend in with its other citizens, who don’t take kindly to people who don’t abide by their not-so-normal rules.
Intrigued? Then check out this lovely interview with everyone’s favorite Wellington Wells television personality, Uncle Jack as he interviews Guillaume Provost, the Creative Director behind We Happy Few.
I’m not particularly fond of mobile gaming, however the moment I read about Night Terrors I was eager to learn more. This is certainly going to be a horror gaming experience that’ll appeal to any horror fiend.
Their goal is simple, to create the scariest game ever made. It’s a highly immersive, photorealistic, binaural, AUGMENTED REALITY survival horror game for mobile devices. Gameplay takes place at home, after dark, with the lights off and your headphones on.
Think about a system that understands where you are in your environment, and is able to exploit that information in order to create an unbelievable augmented reality experience.
Think about playing a game where the storyline involves you. Consider a future full of movies you star in, experiences that seem real, and scenarios, in our case, that are freakishly frightening.
This is in your house. This is in your apartment. This is in your environment.
This is Night Terrors.
March 18th we shared the news that Steamroller Studios started a Kickstarter campaign to help fund their current project, Deadwood: The Forgotten Curse. Just in case you aren’t familiar with the game, here’s our original detailed coverage.
Deadwood: The Forgotten Curse is an action/ adventure game with it’s roots in the survival horror genre.
Deadwood: The Forgotten Curse is another example of what can be done when you follow your passion and pursue a dream. The team behind Steamroller Studios realized that this game had the potential for greatness, but it deserved far more than their part-time focus in order to make the dream come true. They made the tough decision, they left the cozy comfort of their successful careers to create something great. And by the looks of it, they’ve done it…
Continue reading Deadwood: The Forgotten Curse, Beautiful Action/ Adventure With An Element Of Survivor Horror