Submitted by shodan74 970d ago | opinion piece

Survival-Horror Is Back – And It’s Better Than Ever

Putting atmosphere, vulnerability and psychological-oppression right back at the heart of the experience, a whole new movement of inspired indie games are revitalizing a genre that was thought to be dead and buried. Mark Butler salutes this fresh wave of ‘super-hardcore’ horror titles – and the welcome dose of fear they are trailing in their wake. (Culture, Outlast, PC, Slender)

TrendyGamers  +   970d ago
I still need to check out Slender, maybe over the holidays,
shodan74  +   970d ago
Do. It's a whole load of nerve-jangling scares. Fantastic free game.

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