Submitted by cmurdurr 970d ago | opinion piece

Is Daylight the Next Great Horror Game?

Leviathyn.com | Earlier this week, Zombie studios announced Daylight, a horror game looking to take players back to the roots of the genre. Does it have what it takes to achieve greatness in the Horror genre? (Daylight, PC)

fluffydelusions  +   970d ago
I hope so. Ever since RE took a turn for the worse I long for good horror games. Got a few on PC this year though so that is good. Bring on Amnesia MoP too!
bullymangLer  +   970d ago
If its gonna look like this then me no am that excited .. ide rather have more artsy style looking graphics to embark on a game . all i see here is "copy and paste" skills. if it wasn't for Resident Evil 1 Remake and it's dirty-realistic ps3 looking graphics, then this "Daylight" game would have looked poW! .. . this no look bad though
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