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Submitted by Arsenic13 917d ago | opinion piece

Defining Horror, with Thomas Grip

Rely on Horror: ‘Defining Horror’ is our new series that explores the creative minds behind the horror games that we love. Each entry in the series will share new aspects of the creative process, shining light on their ideas regarding what makes a quality horror experience, what elements are integral to a horror game, as well as what goes into effectively making an impact on the player. ‘Defining Horror’ is a series that aims to give gamers insight into what the horror genre means to those who have developed or are developing horror games.

Below you will find Thomas Grip’s definition of horror. (Amnesia: A Machine For Pigs, Culture, Dev, PC)

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