“Pretty Little Liars: Original Sin” Review – One of the Best Small Screen Slashers to Date

When Pretty Little Liars first aired back when Freeform was ABC Family, I spent more time researching theories on who “A” was than I did studying for the Precalc class I was on the verge of failing in high school. My friends and I were hooked. The over-the-top text messages, the iconic characters (Alison DiLaurentis […]

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‘Evil Dead: The Game’ DLC Review – Castle Kandar Map and Quality of Life Improvements

Get ready to reload your boomstick because Saber Interactive has released its first large-scale update for Evil Dead: The Game–Army of Darkness style! Despite releasing the game only two months ago, Saber is already back with a vengeance to appease Evil Dead fans and gamers alike with a generous amount of tweaks to the game. […]

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‘The Quarry’ Review – A Worthy Slasher Successor to ‘Until Dawn’

Since Supermassive Games’ Until Dawn was released in 2015, it’s grown into a cult classic in a lot of circles. Fans of slashers movies, fans of choice-based narratives, fans of Hayden Panettiere and Rami Malek–Until Dawn featured something for everyone and carved its spot in horror gaming canon. But just like the myriad of sequels […]

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‘The Quarry’ Preview – We Slice into the Start-of-Summer Splatterfest

Pack your sleeping bag, s’mores kit, and anything you may need to fend off sadistic creatures that lurk in the woods because Supermassive Games is returning with The Quarry–a brand new choice-based survival-horror game. Teaming up with publisher 2K, The Quarry serves as the spiritual successor to 2015’s hit game, Until Dawn, and will soon […]

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‘Evil Dead: The Game’ Review – An Asskicking, Asymmetrical Horrorfest

Read on for Bloody Disgusting’s Evil Dead: The Game review! Asymmetrical horror is currently experiencing its moment in the limelight. The fast-paced, competitive, innovative qualities of the genre appeal to folks all across the board, and the output of asymmetrical games show no signs of slowing down. While exciting, it’s also a bit of a […]

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‘Evil Dead’ and Beyond: 2022 Will Be Asymmetrical Horror’s Biggest Year Yet

If you heard the words “asymmetrical horror” a decade ago, chances are you’d likely have no idea what it was, or think it was some sort of niche avant-garde indie genre you’re not cool enough to know about. Nowadays, asymmetrical horror is one of the most thriving and streamed genres in gaming, popularized by titles […]

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FNTASTIC’s ‘Propnight’ is a Refreshingly Lighthearted Take on Asymmetrical Horror

Picture this-you’re watching an intense slasher movie with a killer that wields a massive chainsaw. The killer is making a beeline for a seemingly helpless teenager, barreling down hallways as his victim screams out in terror. The killer gains on the teen, lifts, and revs his chainsaw, rounds a corner, and…suddenly, the teen is gone. […]

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‘Evil Dead: The Game’ Looks to Be Raising the Bar for Asymmetrical Horror [Hands-On Preview]

The idea of synthesizing all of the moving pieces of the Evil Dead series into one cohesive package is one vicious, behemoth Deadite in itself. But on top of that, transcending the medium of film and television and adapting it into a gaming genre as volatile as asymmetrical multiplayer? One would naturally question how Saber […]

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Hellbent Games’ ‘VHS’ Should Be On Your Radar for 2022

Asymmetrical-multiplayer survival horror (which is a mouthful that I’ll be referring to as AMSH from here on) could very well be entering its biggest year yet in 2022. Between the ongoing reign of Dead By Daylight (which will be implementing its Ringu chapter in the near future), Saber Interactive’s upcoming Evil Dead: The Game, and Gun Interactive’s recently announced Texas Chain Saw Massacre game, the roster of AMSH […]

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[Editorial] The Next R.L. Stine Adaptation Should Be A Choice-Based-Narrative Video Game

Growing up as the youngest of four, I inherited a ton of hand-me-downs from my older siblings, including a spooky gene that really embraced horror movies and Halloween. Consequently, it’s no surprise that I gravitated to the creepy, shimmering R. L. Stine paperbacks that would occasionally pop-up on the shelves in my room. I’d stay […]

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[Hands-On Preview] ‘The Dark Pictures: House of Ashes’ Feels Player Intuitive, But Can It Stick the Landing?

The Dark Pictures Anthology: House of Ashes is a significant change of scenery from its predecessor, Little Hope. Departing from the haunting New England woods, you instead follow five soldiers who have, quite literally, fallen into ancient Sumerian ruins deep underground of Iraq during a skirmish of the Iraq War in 2003. Going into the […]

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[Interview] Black Tabby Games Discusses Crafting Cryptids And More For ‘Scarlet Hollow’.

I was immediately hooked the moment I stepped into Black Tabby Games’ cryptid and sepia-filled world of Scarlet Hollow. The decision-based visual novel has everything that I could want stitched into one game: horror, a mystery to be solved, romance, and even an opossum named Dustin that you can talk to. Its second of seven […]

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