A brand new horror title – Phantasmal: City of Darkness – is leaving Steam Early Access this week (via PC Gamer).Here’s what it’s about, along with a recent trailer…
Experience Terror that is Never the Same Twice with Phantasmal: City of Darkness, a procedurally generated survival horror where every playthrough is completely different.
Underwater horror game SOMA has sold just over 250,000 units since going on sale last September, developer Frictional Games has announced, with sales continuing to tick over at around 125 units per day.One thing that may have put people off of buying SOMA, however, is the merge of sci-fi and horror, Frictional speculates.
Are we really getting another Freddy's game?I guess we are despite developer Scott Cawthon's previous announcement that the series would be wrapped up after the release of Five Nights at Freddy's World.
The Resident Evil series had been gradually getting worse over the past several years, with the series getting off track and getting further away from what made it great.The executive producer, Jun Takeuchi, revealed in the latest “making of” video series for Resident Evil 7 that “plans for the next title are already in motion, and when you see that game you may find that it is very different from Resident Evil 7 in some ways.