Ice cracks, blood splats on the window, behind it a decrepit man swings a blade. Just one day before its Gamescom press conference, Sony has released a final teaser trailer.
Xbox One is losing the war. Aside from PS4’s dominant lead in sales, games are routinely running at a lower resolution on Microsoft's console. While PlayStation gamers have received a gold standard 1080P for their games, Xbox fans have had to deal with a noticeable amount of titles with resolutions hovering just above the 900P mark.
Snow may bring up the image of Christmas, family, presents, and, for me personally, climbing out of the bathroom window to have a smoke; but all the cheeriness and merriment of wintertime was bludgeoned in two as an axe falls in Sony’s latest teaser trailer. All before a foreboding ice crack.
I haven’t been awake for 15 minutes, and I’m already cleaning coffee off of my computer screen. All because I did a major spit take, spewing java and joy, when this news came over the wire. The original Resident Evil is getting remastered again, and it’s coming to consoles and PC.
Look at your DVDs. If your beloved copy of Maniac sits next to a beaten up copy of The Little Mermaid, we have news for you. For those who love horror but have a soft spot for bright colors and all things cute, here's a look at bringing Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare to life on the PS4.
Fourteen years after debuting on the scene, the Brian Michael Bendis and Michael Avon Oeming-created comic series Powers is making the jump to the small screen, being adapted exclusively for the Sony Playstation Network. So read on if you're a fan of the comics!
If you have Netflix and are a horror fan in need of something to watch this Fourth of July weekend, you are more than covered in terms of streaming all the spooky shenanigans you could possibly want.
For my money Outlast is the single best pure horror experience to ever be fashioned in video game form. The game is grim, ghastly, and filled with more perverse sights than a Clive Barker-inspired fever dream. Now, FINALLY, Xbox One owners can experience the terror!
Amidst the multitude of horror-related news coming from Sony’s powerhouse press conference at E3 was the announcement trailer for the upcoming game Let it Die.
With the excitement at its peak during Sony’s press conference at E3, Playstation executive Shuhei Yoshida entered the scene. Amidst a gigantic round of applause, he announced a new title by developer Software, a team that he reports is "dear to my heart."
Among all of the major horror announcements at Sony’s E3 press conference, The Last of Us Remastered was the crown jewel for horror fans. The Last of Us Remastered will be released on July 29th exclusively on PS4.
I sit pantsless, the ashtray is teaming, and the Tim Horton’s cups I haven’t peed in lie crushed in a pile. I have been glued to my computer for the past nine hours, and it all comes down to this: Playstation at E3 - the headlining spot, the main event, the Wrestlemania of video games.
As we near the PC and PlayStation 4 April 29th release date for the new horror game from Zombie Studios & Atlus, entitled Daylight, the powers-that-be have released two new videos to fuel our nightmares. Check 'em out!
We here at Dread Central love a good controversy. Especially when it comes to pinheads who point their fingers at horror movie and video game violence for the heinous crimes committed by assholes who blame this and that for their own stupidity instead of owning up to their deeds.
The trailer for the PlayStation 4 version of The Last of Us has hit the interwebs, and though it's light on actual gameplay footage, what little we do see is knock-out gorgeous. Check it out!