[Trailer] New Free Update to ‘Chernobylite’ Introduces New Monster Hunt Quest, New Enemies

The first free content for All in! Games and The Farm 51’s Chernobylite has arrived in the form of Chernobylite: Monster Hunt. Available now on consoles and PC, the update introduces a new side quest to the game, along with some new bestiary for the player to fight. The patch introduces three new creatures: the Chernohost, […]

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[Trailer] New Free Update to ‘Chernobylite’ Introduces New Monster Hunt Quest, New Enemies

The first free content for All in! Games and The Farm 51’s Chernobylite has arrived in the form of Chernobylite: Monster Hunt. Available now on consoles and PC, the update introduces a new side quest to the game, along with some new bestiary for the player to fight. The patch introduces three new creatures: the Chernohost, […]

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[Video] ‘Have a Nice Death’ Punches in to Early Access March 8, New Gameplay Video Released

After the brief reveal last month, developer Magic Design Studios and Perfect World Entertainment have announced that their roguelike Have a Nice Death will arrive in Early Access on Steam on March 8 for $14.99. In addition, IGN snagged a new gameplay video, showing the corporate side of Death in action. Per Gematsu, the Early […]

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[Video] Fan Shows off Clip of Their Remade Intro for ‘Metal Gear Solid 2’ in Unreal Engine 5

While we wait for Konami to follow through on those rumoured remakes/remasters of the first three entries in the Metal Gear Solid series, one fan decided to give a glimpse into a “What if?” scenario with Metal Gear Solid 2‘s iconic intro cinematic redone in Unreal Engine 5. Erasmus Brosdau, art director for Crysis, Ryse and Star Citizen, […]

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[Trailer] ‘Minecraft’ Meets ‘DOOM’ Map Pack ‘Doomed: Demons of the Nether’ Officially Available

We’ve had Minecraft mixed with Diablo in Minecraft Dungeons. But now players have DOOM mixed with Minecraft with DOOMED: Demons of the Nether. Initially begun development the same year as Minecraft Dungeons, the map pack is the brainchild of Sibogy, who recently announced the pack’s official launch. The singleplayer affair is, of course, based on […]

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Microsoft to Acquire Activision Blizzard, ‘Diablo’, ‘WarCraft’ And ‘StarCraft’ Franchises For $70 Billion

And the Microsoft machine grows. After snagging Bethesda Softworks in 2020 for $7.5 billion, Microsoft has just outdone themselves by acquiring Activision Blizzard for a whopping $70 billion. This means that once the deal closes, Microsoft will now own the Warcraft, StarCraft and Diablo franchises. “Over many decades, the studios and teams that make up […]

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‘Shadow Warrior 3’ Arriving March 1st, According to PlayStation and Microsoft Stores

After the unfortunate announcement of the game’s delay last year, it would appear that Shadow Warrior 3 fans won’t have to wait long for the game’s release this year. Per the game’s listings on the PlayStation Store and Microsoft Store, the Flying Wild Hog-developed follow-up to 2016’s Shadow Warrior 2 arrives March 1st for consoles […]

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Early Access Features and More Revealed for ‘Dune: Spice Wars’

After the brief reveal at The Game Awards, Funcom and Shiro Games have revealed a bit more info on about their upcoming strategy title based on Frank Herbert’s Dune in Dune: Spice Wars. The info comes from the newly updated Community FAQ page on Spice Wars‘ Steam page, which details the game mechanics, as well […]

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A Spooky Supermarket and a Terrifying Tornuktu Feature in the First Episode of Horror Bytes [Safe Room Podcast]

Despite one’s best efforts, the inescapable truth of games coverage is that it is impossible to cover it all. And for someone like myself who only recently re-entered the PC gaming space, I have barely explored the horrifying depths of the genre.  So, in an effort to continually expand our horror palettes, Neil and I […]

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Techland Announces Five Years of DLC Support for ‘Dying Light 2′

So, remember how Techland said that they would go the extra mile with postlaunch support for Dying Light while developing Dying Light 2, giving fans over five years of DLC content? Well, get ready for round two, as Techland is committing at least five years of postlaunch content for Dying Light 2. The team recently […]

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John Carpenter Claims ‘Halo Infinite’ to Be Best of the Series

As horror fans know, the master himself, John Carpenter, turns 74 today. And, in case you didn’t know, John Carpenter is also a longtime fan of video games. After all, he lent his likeness to the 2002 video game sequel to The Thing, but has also taken to Twitter from time to time to post […]

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Sci-Fi Shooter ‘The Anacrusis’ Takes Co-Op Horde Blasting to the Stars [Early Access Impressions]

With so many co-op monster shooters arriving in recent times, The Anacrusis already has a job in standing out, but it’s already laying some impressive groundwork for the future as it begins life in Early Access. Will it end up being a Big Bang or a Black Hole? Unlike many of its genre pals, The […]

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Scream in Your Hands: How To Evolve the Serial Killer Subgenre In Video Games

The release of the new Scream movie has me in the mood to play games where you’re trying to evade a slasher/serial killer. My personal favorites when it comes to this type of mayhem are that of Puppet Combo’s games; in gems like Babysitter Bloodbath and Murder House, you must run for your life as a mad killer tries to hunt […]

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[Video] Watch ‘Scream’ Cast Members Play ‘Among Us’ as Ghostface Cosmetic is Revealed for the Game

It was just yesterday that Bloody Disgusting’s Meagan Navarro published an interview with Scream stars Melissa Barrera and Jack Quaid where they likened the secrecy regarding the film’s script to playing the hit multiplayer murder game Among Us, and as is the norm for Scream, the reference had some real-world connection. In a promotional video […]

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[Hands-On Preview] ‘Ikai’ Paints Fascinating Japanese Folklore Onto an Overly Familiar Template

First-person Yokai-heavy horror game Ikai certainly likes to keep you busy from the off, but is it too much busywork? It certainly distracted me from a strong setup. Set in feudal Japan, Ikai concerns a young priestess named Naoko. She’s heard whispers of ancient evil creeping through the forests where she lives, but has dismissed […]

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