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Norman Reedus Thinks ‘Death Stranding’ is Releasing “early this coming year”

by We Love Horror
Now, despite the source, take what Norman Reedus says with that usual tub of salt. Death Stranding was a very unfortunate no-show at The Game Awards on Thursday, despite Kojima being his usual teasing self. And we still don’t have a release date for the game! However, according to Norman Reedus, that might change as early as next year. During his appearance on the Dan Fogler Podcast (which you can check out here, as well as read a transcript of the podcast), Reedus was asked about Death Stranding, and specifically, just when it was going to be released. His response? [...]

How ‘Silent Hill’ Made Map-Reading Fun

by We Love Horror
The way that video-games enable players to navigate fictional worlds – via mini-maps, waypoint markers, or directional arrows – is an undeniably dry topic, as reflected by the lack of mainstream interest in the subject. Not many people are willing to talk about such tedious minutiae, when they could instead be marveling at more attention-grabbing features, like shiny new graphics or dynamic weather effects. Yet make no mistake, this sorely overlooked area is every bit as important as those details, if not more. Why then, are good examples of gaming cartography so rarely acknowledged? Well, as with clunky user-interfaces or [...]

“… And Cowards”: ‘Splatterhouse’ Turns 30

by We Love Horror
Time does something weird to the things you love. On one hand, it can reinforce just how good your favorite game/film/song was (and still is), or show you the ugly truth of something aging badly. It’s been thirty years since Namco unleashed Splatterhouse into the arcades back in November 1988, and for many horror fans back then was the ultimate send-up to the genre. But now, with franchises like Resident Evil having fulfilled that for a new generation, what’s to say of Splatterhouse? Rick Taylor and his girlfriend Jennifer Willis are two college students that end up taking take refuge [...]

‘Lucius III’ Raises Hell on December 13th

by We Love Horror
Fans waiting for Shiver Games’ Lucius III to finally get that sweet release date won’t have to wait long, as the game has been announced for a December 13th arrival. Priced at $19.99 and available for wishlisting, the devs have also released a bunch of gameplay trailers to sate fans. Lucius III puts the player back as Lucius, the clearly-not-inspired-by-Damien antichrist as he makes his way back to Winter Hill, where he spent the first six years of his life. From there, Lucius does what he does best. If you haven’t experienced the first two games in the series, you [...]

No Mercy! Celebrating the 10th Anniversary of ‘Left 4 Dead’

by We Love Horror
To anyone who can hear this: Proceed to Mercy Hospital for evacuation. I repeat: Proceed to Mercy Hospital for evacuation. I can’t recall how many times I’ve heard this over the past 10 years. Left 4 Dead first showed up in my life as merely a dream: my PC would barely showcase the main menu without taking me back to the desktop with a crash message. And, perhaps without realizing it, the game became the reason why I upgraded graphics card in order to play it. I’ve never looked back since, clocking over hundreds of hours on it. We could [...]

Best PS4 Horror Games -The Finest Horror From PS4’s First Five Years

by We Love Horror
What do we think the best PS4 horror games are? As the PS4 turns 5, Bloody Disgusting lists the best horror on Sony’s juggernaut console. The PS4 celebrates its fifth birthday today. In that time it’s gone on to become the king of the consoles for this generation and Sony has produced a procession of critically-acclaimed exclusives that helped cement its place at the head of the table. It’s also racked up an impressive roster of horror games, and in honor of this fifth anniversary, we’ve selected eleven of the best PS4 horror games from the last five years. We’ve [...]

Classic Costumes Available For Free in ‘Resident Evil 2’ Remake!

by We Love Horror
As cool as the DLC costumes are for the Resident Evil 2 remake, there are those who are still suckers for the original costumes. I’m not talking about the remake’s costumes, mind you. I’m referring to the original game’s costumes, which to be fair, needed an update. But, for those who are still wanting those old-school costumes, Capcom is doing you a solid: Both Leon and Claire’s classic 1998 costumes have been recreated for RE2 Remake, and will be in the game. These costumes are not DLC, and will be unlocked after fulfilling “certain conditions”. What those conditions are haven’t [...]

Info on ‘MediEvil’ Remaster Coming “in The Next Week or Two”

by We Love Horror
Sony announced late last year that they were in the process of bringing back MediEvil in a remastered edition, similar fashion to Spyro The Dragon. But despite the series turning 20 years old this year, we haven’t heard anything about the remastering. According to the latest PlayStation Blogcast, that will change within a couple of weeks. At around the 34 minute mark of the podcast, PlayStation social media director Sid Shuman states that “in the next week or two,” Sony will have a little something for fans. “I have it on excellent authority that one [Sony Interactive Entertainment Worldwide Studios [...]

A Collection of 90’s-Inspired Horror Games Join Forces in the Spooky Retro Bundle 2 This Weekend

by We Love Horror
Indie horror games tend to include the most imaginative and bonkers examples of the genre around, and the Spooky Retro Bundle 2 on itch.io is a testament to that. The bundle features seven horror titles that borrow from the visual stylings of the original PlayStation, N64, and in one case, the Atari 2600. The variety on offer sees you get intentionally glitchy madness, cults, and the highly topical inclusion of a Killer Nun (Praise be). The bundle is only for this weekend and all seven titles together will set you back just $14.95. The full list of titles is below alongside a retrotastic [...]

VR Horror ‘The Persistence’ Gains New Modes in Free Update Later This Week

by We Love Horror
Fans of Firesprite Games’ The Persistence will be getting a free update loaded with features later this week. In an update posted to PlayStation Blog, The Persistence‘s game director, Stuart Tilley, has revealed that in addition to a host of accessibility features, the game will feature four brand-new game modes. Currently, The Persistence only has the main Campaign and a Survival Mode where you play through Campaign again using only 10 clones. The new modes in the update include: Glass Cannon – You need to make it through 24 rooms with increasing difficulty to get to an escape pod. Campaign+ [...]