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Submitted by Pozzle 975d ago | opinion piece

On Horror Games: Part the third

OMGeek writes: We’re back for another week of talking about scary games and what makes them great! This is part three of my five-part series aimed at getting more gamers to try horror games by explaining their appeal.

Today, we’re going to talk about innovation: what drives these games, how they use available technology, and the clever ways in which they surpass norms and standards. We all love technology, sure, but the sheer innovation that gets poured into horror games is just astonishing. Read on for all the nuts and bolts behind these pleasantly unpleasant surprises. (Alone in the Dark, Condemned: Criminal Origins, Crysis, Metro 2033, PC, PS3, Retro, The Dark Eye, Wii, Xbox 360)

Metal-X  +   975d ago
Whoa!
He's giving her The People's Eyebrow.

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