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Gorgeous Visuals Await in Stealth Horror Game ‘Unholy’

by We Love Horror
Recently-formed Duality Games have announced their first project in the form of first-person stealth horror, Unholy. Set for release next year (according to the game’s Steam page), you play as Saidah, a mother in search of her child in the Last City. The city itself is ruled by a caste system, with humans ranking lower than the creatures that make up the upper caste. Making matters worse is a mysterious plague going around. While details are light, the game appears to use a sanity mechanic similar to the Amnesia series, giving you more incentive to stay out of sight. Additionally, [...]

A Brilliant Nightmare In Space: Celebrating 10 Years of ‘Dead Space’

by We Love Horror
We tend to talk a lot about horror nowadays having too many jumpscares; or how so many works throughout the genre are too “in-your-face” with violence, taking away from the suspense and dread of stories. There are plenty of titles in gaming that one can find this and wave their finger at, but there are also those titles that obtain a superb balance within action-horror. One of those games is none other than Dead Space. The first entry of the Dead Space trilogy celebrates its 10 year anniversary today. While its sequels would become those action-horror games with a greater [...]

[Video] Watch ‘Return of the Living Dead’ Recreated in ‘GTA Online’

by We Love Horror
There’s plenty of invention in the GTA community, and a common source of that is when creators dabble in recreating movie trailers within the game’s city of Lost Santos. YouTube creator gigerbrick (David B Vann) has plenty of experience with this, but rather than recreate the latest blockbuster trailers, David makes GTA-based trailers for cult film and horror fare instead, and his latest creation sees him reanimate the Return of the Living Dead in an impressive trailer. [embedded content] The trailer was made with the help of other community members using GTA Online footage edited together in an attempt to go beat-for-beat [...]

[TGS 2018] New ‘Death Stranding’ Trailer Reveals Man in the Golden Mask

by We Love Horror
Hideo Kojima had downplayed the chance of there being much new to show of Death Stranding at the Tokyo Games Show, but we did get something in a short trailer with a new character revealed. The trailer sees Norman Reedus’ Sam happen upon a man with a Southern drawl, dressed in similar garb (including that baby in a jar strapped to his front) and a striking gold skull mask. That man, dubbed ‘Man in the Golden Mask’,  doesn’t seem like a big fan of Sam considering the ‘present’ he leaves him. Taking off his faceplate and driving it into the [...]

‘Killer7’ Remaster Shines in New Trailer

by We Love Horror
So if you haven’t heard, Grasshopper Manufacture’s cult shooter Killer7 is getting the remaster treatment for Steam. And now, we have a brand spankin’ new trailer showing just what the game looks like, as well as show off assassins Garcian Smith (The Cleaner), Dan Smith (The Hellion), and Kevin Smith (Four-eyes). Due out this Fall (head to Steam to get it on your wishlist), for those unfamiliar with the game, Killer7 has you as Harman Smith, a man who manifests seven deadly personalities known as the Killer7. Smith hunts down the sinister Kun Lan to stop his plan of world [...]

Dedicated Servers for ‘Friday the 13th: The Game’ Hitting Xbox One Today

by We Love Horror
Earlier this week, dedicated servers were finally rolled out for Friday the 13th: The Game, but only on PlayStation 4. What about Xbox One, you ask? Well, that’s coming today! The team updates this morning, “We plan on publishing the Xbox One update today, which includes Dedicated Servers, at 11am Eastern. Please keep in mind that it could take a while before the update reaches your console.” What does this mean? “Players do not host the match, so if Jason kills the “host” and they quit, the game continues,” the team notes. “If Jason quits then the counselors remaining survive.” [...]

[TGS 2018] Swords, Fire and Blood Aplenty in Latest ‘Sekiro’ Trailer

by We Love Horror
Tokyo Game Show 2018 hasn’t even started yet, and we’re already getting some goodies. Case in point: From Software have unleashed a new trailer for their ancient Japan action-adventure RPG, Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice. Due out for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC on March 22, 2019, Sekiro definitely looks like it captures the atmosphere of Dark Souls, albeit you’re in 16th century Japan fighting demons. But hey, it looks and sounds cool. Unfortunately, I don’t know Japanese, so I can’t say what exactly the subtitles or narrators are saying. Regardless, the amount of plasma and swordplay in the trailer, [...]

‘Death Stranding’ Heads to TGS 2018 (With Guests)

by We Love Horror
When we last heard from Hideo Kojima and the epic saga that is Death Stranding, he was teasing a potential appearance of the game at this year’s Game Awards. Well, it looks like we’ll be getting something even before that, as Kojima Productions have announced that they’ll be having a stage event at this year’s Tokyo Game Show. The Death Stranding panel will be held on September 23rd, which is the last day of the event. There’s no specific mention of gameplay (judging from Google Translate), but Kojima will be there, alongside “gorgeous voice actors” (who will be announced at [...]

“Fallout: Miami” Team Talks Story And More in Latest Update

by We Love Horror
The team behind the Fallout 4 mode “Fallout: Miami” recently posted their August progress recap (their first monthly update video), along with a lengthy blog post and some cool concept art and model progress. The recap actually deals with the juicy backstory for the mod, which is still being worked on. The story for the “Fallout: Miami” follows the Sole Survivor (aka you) in the year 2287, ten years after the Battle of Raven Rock, which took place in Fallout 3. Two years before the fall of Raven Rock, The Enclave sent a team to Miami Beach to establish a [...]

10 PSVR Horror Games You Can Play Right Now

by We Love Horror
Come and peer tentatively around the corner to view 1o slices of PSVR horror worth getting immersed in. It’s been almost two years since the launch of PlayStation VR and in that time we’ve seen plenty of promising horror games, both big and small. Marrying the genre with Sony’s fledgling piece of tech seems like a no-brainer, really. That enhanced immersion instantly amps up the atmosphere while making jump scares feel like an actual, physical threat. Once strapped in, there’s no escape. Unless you just close your eyes, of course. So, without further ado, Bloody Disgusting presents a list of [...]