For some of us, Halloween is a sacred holiday. Rather than dressing up as our favorite superheroes and dashing to the hottest party, we may partake in a more subtle celebration. After turning out the lights, powering off our phones, and settling in for a night o’ scares, we cozy up with some great horror games. Looking for recommendations? We’ve got you covered. Continue reading 10 Horror Games to Play on Halloween
Camel 101 has announced that its claustrophobic survival horror game Syndrome will release on October 6th on PC, and early 2017 for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. Continue reading Survival horror game Syndrome gets PC and console release dates
This week marks the tenth anniversary of the Xbox 360, Microsoft’s second system in the gaming industry. Say what you will about the Xbox 360 with its flaws like the infamous Red Ring of Death. I went through two systems. The Xbox 360 was a powerhouse for the last generation of gaming, and if it wasn’t for that system things like a friends list for online play and achievements wouldn’t be here today. Continue reading Jesse Webster’s Top 10 Xbox 360 Games of All Time
On this week’s MONG Podcast, the team discussed some of this week’s biggest gaming news like reason for ESRB giving Arkham Knight an M Rating, the leaked email about PS4 Firmware Update 2.50, Valve getting into the VR business, the return of Dead Space (maybe), Battlefield Hardline’s resolution, Quantum Break’s possible delay, and much more! Continue reading What Price Would Convince You To Buy a VR Headset?
WHERE EVIL LIVES IN RESIDENCE
It’s always a treat to play a game I missed the first time around, especially when it’s from a series I grew up with. While I had my fair share of the original 1996 version of Resident Evil, I never got the chance to play the 2002 GameCube Resident Evil Remake. Now, after playing it for the first time thanks to the PlayStation 4 HD remastered version, I can safely say that Resident Evil HD lives up to the hype and then some.
Most survival horror games are a mix of two things, resource management and atmosphere. Atmosphere is what really separates a horror game from a normal shooter. It defines the genre.