Video Games

Video games, arcade, and the like related to Halloween, horror, sci-fi, fantasy, or the bizarre.

[Reviews]

Resident Evil Village Review

Resident Evil Village is a melting pot of awesome ideas. You have the first-person view and mechanics first introduced in Resident Evil 7, a heavy influence from Resident Evil 4 (the clear favorite in the entire franchise among fans and critics alike), classic monsters like vampires, werewolves, and Frankenstein-like creations, a rag-tag team of instantly

[Bite-sized Horror]

Far Cry 5 — Haunted House

I’m a big fan of the Far Cry games, but I have to admit, my interest in Far Cry 5 was almost exclusively this haunted house. Snaps of My Journey Through the Game

[Video Games]

The Scariest Video Games of All Time

Of all the ranking lists I’ve published (or ever will publish), this might be the most difficult and the most divisive. It’s certainly the one I’m most nervous about — that I’ve been putting off for a few years now actually. It’s time to let ‘er rip. I would consider myself a pretty serious gamer,

[Reviews]

My Review of Visage

Visage Definition: To face; confront; brave. When the PR team for Visage contacted me about reviewing it as a serious contender for one of the scariest games of all time, I was skeptical (that’s what the marketing team for every “scary” movie or game says). But now? It definitely made the list. I would describe

[Reviews]

Resident Evil 3 Remake Review

Nemesis might be the scariest monster in all of Resident Evil, certainly my most favorite. When I first played the game over 20 years ago, it’s hard to express just how terrifying it was watching this big guy lumber toward you like Frankenstein’s monster, mindlessly repeating “S.T.A.R.S.” with only one thing in mind, complete annihilation.

[Reviews]

Review of Amnesia: Rebirth

I really was starting to think “Wow, they’re holding back on the scares this time around.” Not realizing that Amnesia: Rebirth is a much longer game that its predecessors, boy was I wrong. Like the previous two games, they corner you into near-madness multiple times here as well. Similar to Outlast 2, there was a

[Reviews]

The Suicide of Rachel Foster Review

The Suicide of Rachel Foster is more of a slow burn than any other walking simulator I’ve played. It never reveals itself with anything overtly demonstrating that it’s based in a non-supernatural, supernatural, or psychological reality, and it’s of my personal opinion that it’s all three. You’ll have to play to decide for yourself. These

[Reviews]

Destroy All Humans! (2020) Review

Destroy All Humans! is a game I waited a devastatingly long time to play, but I never forgot. Way back in 2005, when demos still came on discs, often packaged with other games or gaming magazines, receivable by mail, or given away at local media stores, I’d never had so much fun with just a

[Reviews]

The Last of Us Part II Review

Read my review of the original The Last of Us. It’s like a time capsule. That was so long ago now (2013), that my writing quality, grammar, and structure have greatly improved since then. I’m seeing lots of criticism regarding the woke/SJW/LGBTQ/whatever aspects of the game, so I want to nip that in the bud

[Reviews]

Resident Evil 2 Remake Review

Over 20 years ago, I played my first Resident Evil game, and my first major 3D console horror game, (of course I had played some spooky NES and computer titles much earlier), and that was Resident Evil 2. This game was definitely a game changer for me, and one of the first times I remember