WC - The survival horror genre’s taken a fair battering over recent years. You won’t find many gamers who’d disagree that its best days have long since past. Oh sure, we’ve got titles like Amnesia and Slender popping up to remind us all that games are still capable of scaring the shit out of you; but obscure wee indie releases like that are few and far between. It makes you yearn for the golden age of the genre, when Japan seemed to pump out the next best thing in horror every second week. When actually scary games were major console releases, selling millions of copies.