Do you remember the earlier days of gaming on PC with such games as The Twilight Zone when horror didn't revolve around advanced graphics to scare us? If so, you can reminiscence about those days by playing the free-to-play horror adventure the The Last Door. Read on to learn more.
The first-person horror adventure Among the Sleep will be heading to PC and Mac later this year after a successful Kickstarter campaign. The game takes a new twist on terrifying as you assume the role of a two-year-old child and battle the dark creatures of their imagination.
Deadly Walkers is set to release in 2013 for PC and Mac. Players will take on hordes of the undead in this new FPS title that takes place in an apocalyptic London. Can you take on the terror and watch this horrifying first gameplay trailer?!
Players will be able to pick up the Elite Edition of XCOM: Enemy Unknown on April 25th for the Mac for $49.99. The new edition will include the Slingshot and Elite Solider Pack add-on content, an update for Second Wave, and several new online modes.
Among the Sleep will release later this year for PC and Mac. The game is rather odd with the main character being a two-year-old child, making it more terrifying than your average horror title. Players will step into the limitless imagination of a child that takes a creepy and twisted turn!
The Bitmap Brothers have released their newest title on PC, Mac and iOS devices entitled Z: The Game. Players will build a robot army and battle across five planets to assume space supremacy. Gamers will develop their own strategies to survive all the terrors this deadly space adventure has to offer!
Shadow of a Soul will release on October 24, 2012. Gamers can pre-order the title and save 20% by paying only $15.99. The game plans to give players a terrifying gameplay experience with some of the creepiest elements straight out of a nightmare.
Bethesda Softworks has announced the release of Rage: Campaign Edition for the Mac by Aspyr, and now all that is left to do is... GET YOUR RAGE ON and hope that your Mac can handle it!
After years of pissing and moaning (mostly from me), today Valve announced it will FINALLY bring gaming engines Steam and Source to the Mac, and the BEST news of all? Steam and Valve's library of games including Left 4 Dead 2, Team Fortress 2, Counter-Strike, Portal, and the Half-Life series will be available in April.