Check it out, PC and 360 darlings. Valve is not quite done with the Left 4 Dead franchise and neither should you be as Valve unleashes a Left 4 Dead comic book promotion for their upcoming expansion pack.
As tech hounds, we are intrigued by the Kinect for Xbox 360. Controlling our consoles via voice and facial recognition along with hand gestures just seems damn cool, but the games announced thus far have left us cold. We want to see how this new tech applies to the horror genre, and now, thanks to Sega of America, it looks as if some of that promise will be realized!
Welly well well, darlings. It seems there's a new racing game with a twist coming to the Xbox 360 and PS3 this fall titled Blood Drive, and it is being touted as "Shaun of The Dead meets Mad Max meets Death Race" (the ORIGINAL, I'm hoping).
If you have Netflix and are a horror fan in need of something to watch this Labor Day weekend, one look at this gargantuan list I compiled of the new terror titles Netflix has added for instant streaming in just the first three days of this month should keep you busy until Labor Day next year.
Well well well, there's a new shooter coming to Xbox 360, Nintendo Wii, and PS3 ... with a twist. Featuring the voices of Neil Patrick Harris, Felicia Day, and Rob Zombie, Rock of The Dead is a marriage of zombie first-person shooter and rhythm game which also features music from Zombie himself. Think Left 4 Dead meets Rock Band with a dash of Mars Attacks!
One game we've been keeping a close eye on around here is Namco's revamp of their deliciously bloody classic, Splatterhouse. To celebrate the return of the game we've got a look at a new retro-trailer that mixes the old with the new as well as about three minutes of gameplay B-roll. Start your drooling now, horror gamers!
When you ask anyone to name their favorite part of Call of Duty: World at War, nine times out of ten you'll hear "killing Nazi zombies". Hell, even Forgetting Sarah Marshall star Mila Kunis told me that last year during a press junket interview ... EVERYBODY loves killing zombies, and Nazi zombies make it even better!
We, like many of you, have logged a shitload of hours exploring the Western frontier in Rockstar Games' Red Dead Redemption. There's no question killing outlaws (and innocents) is great fun, but things are about to take an extreme turn for the macabre as zombies are poised to take the Old West by storm via DLC this fall.
Are you as obsessed with Naughty Bear as I am? Wanna win a copy for your 360 or PS3? SURE, YA DO! Here's how!
With the release of Naughty Bear just around the corner, we had the opportunity to sit down with creative director David Osbourne and lead game designer and scriptwriter Ash Pannel, and if you were excited for this game before, wait until you read about what these guys have in store for us.
The moment is upon us! This time next week Naughty Bear will be embarking on his path of destruction, and we've got a new horror movie inspired nightmare video, the launch trailer, and a look at the brutal multi-player mode for you.
Often horror fans dive into a video game made for their genre expecting flickering lights, pouncing monsters, gratuitous red stuff splattered across the landscape and a series of options for violently dispatching anything you come across. Limbo does things a bit differently.
Another exclusive third-person shooter is headed to Microsoft's gaming behemoth the Xbox 360, and this time the apocalypse is the least of our worries! Get ready to face Afterfall Insanity from The Games Company.
The original Crackdown for the Xbox 360 was a fun little open world sci-fi shooter, but it was hardly something that we'd cover around these parts. The upcoming sequel, however, is a completely different kind of beast riddled with zombies, mutants, and more. Oh, happy day!
Anyone who has seen even thirty seconds of Alan Wake (review here) can pick up on the game's primary influence, that being the legendary television series "Twin Peaks". Considering that development studio Remedy is based in Finland, that came as a bit of a surprise. The amount of detail in the world of Bright Falls and its surrounding areas is intense, and it turns out that detail came at quite a bit of cost and effort.