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‘Angels of Death’ set for Release on the Nintendo Switch June 28th

by We Love Horror
I can’t say that I’m familiar with Playism’s psychological horror game Angels of Death. The game was originally released as Freeware, but has since made its way to Steam. It’s also spawned a manga adaptation, and an anime adaptation that’s scheduled to air later this summer. And now, the game is headed to the Nintendo Switch, where it will be on the Nintendo eShop June 28th for $14.99. You can also pre-order it now for a 10% discount. The game is divided up into four parts, and centres on Ray, a girl who awakens in a room resembling a basement, [...]

The Dreamcast’s ‘Blue Stinger’ Was a Campy, Messy Attempt to Breathe New Life Into Survival Horror

by We Love Horror
We re-visit the bonkers madness of ‘Blue Stinger,’ the Dreamcast’s first and most ridiculous foray into the survival horror genre “What will you do if the monster attacks you when you’re butt-naked?”“Then I’ll fight back butt-naked!”  When the Dreamcast was fresh on the market, many of the examples of innovative graphics and gameplay in its titles spoke to a whole new generation of gaming that could do wonders for the survival horror genre (there’s a reason that Resident Evil CODE: Veronica was originally a Dreamcast exclusive). If titles like Resident Evil, Silent Hill, and Clock Tower could be so effective [...]

[E3 2018] ‘Sea of Solitude’ Trailer Explores the Horror of Loneliness

by We Love Horror
E3 2018 is officially upon us, and what better way to kick things off than with a fresh trailer for a game that was actually announced way back in 2015. Jo-Mei Games’ Sea of Solitude will be published by Electronic Arts under its EA Originals banner, and is looking at an early 2019 release for PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. Sea of Solitude is described by creator and Jo-Mei Games’ Creative Director Cornelia Geppert as being created at one of the lonliest times of her life, and how that loneliness can turn people into monsters. “I think that is [...]

‘Devil May Cry 5’ Showing up at E3?!

by We Love Horror
As Samuel L. Jackson once said, hold onto your butts. And as Brian Glover said, this is Rumour Control. Here are the facts. So, Devil May Cry 5 has been teased and teased some more for a while now. And with E3 2018 being right around the corner, it seems that we’ve got ourselves another rumour. An Austrian retailer has listed on their website pre-orders for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One versions of Devil May Cry 5. There’s even a release date of 2018 to go along with it. This echoes the previous leaks that occurred with Rage 2 and [...]

[You Should Play This] Travel the ‘Death Road to Canada’

by We Love Horror
“You Should Play This” focuses on modern horror games worth your time and attention. The zombie apocalypse is overdone in much the same way saying that the zombie apocalypse is overdone is. It takes something truly novel to escape from the rancid horde of me too half-hearted undead fodder. In the realm of video games, this is as true as anywhere else. The use of zombies and the aforementioned zombie apocalypse are rarely done well. The indie scene has plenty of the fodder, but it also houses most of the good takes as well. Take Death Road to Canada. A [...]

‘Someday You’ll Return’ Reveal Trailer gives nods to ‘Silent Hill’

by We Love Horror
So Silent Hill 3 turned 15 last week (insert shameless plug for retrospective here), and yeah, it sucks that Konami won’t be giving us a chance to revisit that magical world anytime soon. So, what are our options? Well, Czech developer CBE Software is cooking up something that definitely gives off those Silent Hill vibes in their upcoming first person horror adventure, Someday You’ll Return. As you’ll see (and hear) from the trailer, the game definitely has some nods to Silent Hill, particularly in the atmosphere. Plus, the game looks absolutely gorgeous. The story for the game has you in [...]

Witness ‘The Works of Mercy’ on June 7th

by We Love Horror
For horror gamer fans of Roman Polanski’s Repulsion or Stanley Kubrick’s The Shining, developer Pentacle has a gorgeous-looking little ditty for you in The Works of Mercy, which is set for release June 7th. The psychological horror game, which takes inspiration from Polanski and Kubrick, casts the player in an uncomfortable position: Forced to murder. Seems that a mysterious individual has given you a grim task to kill randomly-selected people in order to save your own family. The player must grapple with this, along with a set of heavy questions. Who is the tormentor? Why is he so vengeful towards [...]

New ‘The Sinking City’ Update Video Discusses Demo, New Footage

by We Love Horror
The fine folks at Frogwares have released a new update video for their Lovecraftian game, The Sinking City. With GDC (aka the Game Developers Conference) set to start tomorrow, the team have been hard at work polishing up their demo, which is the subject of the update. This will be the first time that the game will be shown to the public, so of course it makes sense to document it. The video shows the demo’s production process that started way back in November, and the difficulties that the team faced when making the demo. It also discusses the ‘ethical’ [...]

[Video] Preview Single Player Challenges for ‘Friday the 13th: The Game’!

by We Love Horror
Coming soon. At no additional cost. As promised, offline bots were finally brought to Friday the 13th: The Game this past December, allowing you to slash camp counselors as Jason Voorhees without having to play with other gamers. But what about the single-player storyline missions that were also promised? We’ve happy to report tonight that they’re on the way! A new video released tonight previews the game’s single player challenges, giving us an early look at a mode called “Broken Down” – a tutorial level for the upcoming challenges. “This is just a taste of what’s to come,” the video [...]

Syndrome: new survival horror game announcement

by We Love Horror
You wake up on a spaceship, dazed and confused from the effects of cryosleep, and begin to search for the rest of the crew. Where could they have gone? All too suddenly, you discover that most of them are dead, and those still alive are… changed. With Syndrome, Camel 101 takes first person survival horror back to its roots. In the dark confines of the ship, you look for ways to defend yourself. There are a few weapons scattered about, but nowhere near enough ammunition to deal with all the transformed monstrosities. To survive and uncover the events that took [...]