The love and bane of Adam’s existence Demon’s Souls will be available for download on the Playstation Network January 8th. So if you really like to have a video game beating like no other, you might consider buying this game. It will set you back 20 bucks but you’ll have endless frustrating hours playing it. When the game is released Atlus will be hosting a “Pure White World Tendency Event from 1/8 – 1/14.” What the hell does that mean? I thought to myself. Head past the break to find out if you’re so inclined.
Only two years ago we were given Demon’s Souls, a dark fantasy RPG that was as unforgiving as it was beautiful and unique. Unfortunately, it’s steep learning curve and incredibly tough difficulty kept the game from being a hit, despite some very impressive reviews. Demon’s Souls was one of my favorite games of 2009 so when a spiritual successor dubbed Dark Souls was unveiled last year I was a little excited.
Terrifying moments aren’t just limited to horror games; even the most innocent and huggable of children’s titles can house within it a level filled with twisted mockeries of sanity that bring us to the brink of madness before killing us and forcing us to start over again. What makes these levels all the more frightening is their sudden appearance, in a game we would’ve never expected such an experience.
We’ve toiled away spending hundreds, possibly thousands of hours researching dozens of games across all imaginable platforms just so we could be sure to give you the definite list on the 15 shit-out-your-spine scariest moments in non-horror games. So go ahead dear reader, and muse over our list, vigorously disagree with it, and tell us just how wrong we are. Come on, we can take it. READ MORE
This has been one helluva exciting couple of months, especially if you enjoy slaying unbaptized babies (and possibly little girls, depending on how you play your games), zombies, and non-zombies. In case you hadn’t noticed this already, BioShock 2 and Dante’s Inferno are finally out and may be just what we need to tide us over until the new Resident Evil 5 and Left 4 Dead DLC come out over the next couple months.
But that’s not all, oh no it isn’t, you may have seen some Gears of War in your Lost Planet 2? Well, now there’s also a little bit of Resident Evil in there to make that game even better. As Alan Wake nears its May release date we’ve been given some more details on the game including a very cool new trailer. So read on you handsome, intelligent reader you so you can get your monthly dose of all things horror. READ MORE