I love a good spooky game, but I’ll play anything I can get my hands on. When I’m not gaming, I’m usually reading novels (Neil Gaiman, Peter S. Beagle, and Ruth Ozeki are my favorite authors), listening to music (Lacuna Coil, VOLA, and Ad Infinitum are my favorite bands), and baking. I also love mountains, coffee, and collecting Silent Hill merchandise.
Immerse yourself in a real-life paranormal investigation with high-tech gadgets, culminating in a spine-chilling, puzzle-strewn endgame.
Climb towering ranges scattered with the remnants of lost lives and intriguing lore before reaching the pinnacle.
What’s it like to be a child, alone in a war-torn landscape? Find out in this gorgeously realized, heart-wrenching journey.
Escape into the eccentric Rusty Lake universe brimming with era-linked artwork and audio enrichments.
Classic and cutting-edge elements combine to reveal mind-blowing secrets in this text-based adventure.
A narrative-driven science fiction adventure hobbled by its leisurely pace.
Searching for a missing cousin leads to a nightmare scenario down the ghastly halls of a diabolical academy.
Childhood memes are transformed for surprising scares in this not-so-friendly neighborhood.
With its spooky ambience, outstanding dialogues, and stellar voice-overs, does this sequel measure up to the original game?
Classic horror springs to life via a compelling narrative and a mansion’s unique atmosphere.
Experience the terror of a World War I soldier trapped underground with a nightmarish beast.
This dark fairy tale takes a novel approach with its dual-contolled protagonists and book-bound lore that supports the brief but fulfilling gameplay.
This three-part sci-fi exploration series barely begins percolating with a debut installment that doesn't fully mine its premise.