As the land shudders and quakes, a blind girl named Eva sets off to take an ancestral rite of passage once denied to her. Walk forbidden paths, commune with spirits, and discover ancient secrets in this fascinating first-person journey of survival. Lay your eyes on a gorgeous new trailer as Pulse launches on Steam today.
Funcom announced today that its first-person psychological horror experience ‘The Park‘ will be released for the Windows PC on October 27th this year. ‘The Park‘ is set in an amusement park where a dark and sinister secret is just waiting to be uncovered.Starting today, the game will be available for pre-order on Steam, GamersGate and Green Man Gaming for the promotional price of 9.99 USD.
‘The Park’ is a fully standalone single-player game set within ‘The Secret World‘ universe – Funcom’s modern-day myths and mysteries massively multiplayer online game. As a special treat for players of ‘The Secret World‘, purchase of ‘The Park‘ will include several unique items that can be used in the MMO, including the terrifying Chipmunk Killer costume shown in the key art image for ‘The Park‘.
To learn more what ‘The Park’ is all about, have a look at this newly released video showing both gameplay footage and interview with key developers on the project.
This fall, a landmark in psychological first-person survival is poised to make a haunting return. 10 years after terrifying gamers with its cult-classic debut, Ice-Pick Lodge has teamed up with Gambitious Digital Entertainment and General Arcade to bring a fully remastered version of the classic Pathologic to Steam, GOG and Humble Store for the first time.
Make sure you’ve taken the time to meditate on what kind of person you really think you are, then check out the new trailer to get a taste of this unconventional survival game. Continue reading The Intense Psychological Survival Game Pathologic Is Getting The All-star HD Treatment
Multiplatform developer 10tons announced today the dual stick top-down shooter Crimsonland will launch on Xbox One on October 14th. The game is priced $13.99 USD and comes with a free trial.
“We’re thrilled to bring Crimsonland to Xbox One. It’s a genuine cult classic and will surely make an impression on shooter fans just in time for the launch of our next shooter, Neon Chrome, early next year.” says Tero Alatalo, CEO of 10tons Ltd.
Publishing company BadLand Indie continues to expand with the addition of Zenith by Infinigon Games and Song of Horror by Protocol Games. BadLand Indie will be digitally launching Zenith to PC, PS4, and Xbox One and Song of Horror is planned for PC, PS4, and Xbox One.
Ironward continues to add new, free content to The Red Solstice on Steam, it’s tense, tactical, alien-slaying action game set on near-future Mars. With the Point of No Return update, TRS gets the brand new Point Capture mode, a direct response to player feedback that suggested fans wanted a shorter, more intense game mode. Team up with up to eight players to seize control of increasingly difficult capture points, and try to survive as you’re faced with a growing onslaught of alien foes. Succeed and gain powerful buffs, new supplies and more reinforcements. Fail and… well… die.
The Point of No Return update is free to all owners of The Red Solstice on Steam. If you’re not already one of those people, it’s never been easier to jump into the game: we’ve permanently dropped the price of the game to $19.99, while it’s also on sale — just for today, as the Steam Daily Deal — at a whopping 50% off (or $9.99), the best deal we’ve offered so far.
Frictional Games, creators of the Amnesia and Penumbra series, present the highly anticipated sci-fi, horror game SOMA. Plunging you into the dark abyss to tear at the delicate threads of human consciousness, they’ll have you questioning our concepts of identity, consciousness, and what it means to truly be human.
I’ve been looking forward to this day for several months, SOMA is available today on PlayStation 4 and PC.
The Alpha Wave team has released a new trailer for Euclidean ahead of the game’s September 25th launch on Steam. It does a good job of capturing the tension and atmosphere of this haunting game. It’s not horror in the traditional sense… but something is certainly amiss.
Behind our comfortable, familiar dimensions, beyond the timeless depths of space, there is a Place that mankind was not meant to know. A Place hostile to all life. We do not belong there. We cannot survive there. At least, not for long… Euclidean; a game of geometric horror; a slow descent into the dark, into madness, futility, and despair, where things greater than you watch and wait and dream. Struggle for every second of life you have left…
Even knowing you’re better off dead.
Frictional Games, the creators of the Penumbra series and Amnesia: The Dark Descent, have been teasing us with glimpses into their intensely creepy world of SOMA, as we’re quickly approaching the September 22nd release date for this sci-fi, survival horror title. Last week they made us feel the isolation that will be experienced aboard the underwater research station the PATHOS-II, today we’re receiving undeniable proof that we won’t be alone.
Uneven footsteps slowly edging closer. The friction of flesh skimming along the metal hull. Air throbbing with absolute silence. You are not alone in PATHOS-II.
Digital Tribe Games and Greylight Entertainment are very excited to announce that the psychological horror game, STAIRS, is hitting its final strides of development and preparing for its launch on Steam September 28th.
Word on the game has been sparse since the demo blew up the YouTube scene where major players like Markiplier, ProJared and PewDiePie got their fair share of scares. Markiplier proclaimed the game to be “a perfect example of what horror should be… damn fine work” while ProJared called it “The next big horror game” and admitted “This was definitely messing with my mind.”
The demo they and many others experienced was just a tiny morsel, a small taste of what the final version of STAIRS has become. Everything from the engrossing story, creepy visuals and spine-tingling audio have been taken to levels beyond what has been seen before. If you have headphones, put them on to truly appreciate the audio design and watch the hair on your arms stand on end as you cautiously turn every corner listening, watching, anticipating what might come next.