Finding Fear in Jump Scares and Eerie Storytelling

Richard Wakeling, Thunderbolt writes:
It may only be September but the season of horror is well and truly upon us as we slowly encroach on Halloween. While the Triple A horror game has become relatively defunct during this current generation – at least if you favour survival over big guns – the independent scene has found its niche in provoking absolute terror, producing some of the scariest games ever made over the past few years. Two of which were released this month, treating horror fans to an anxious couple of weeks; swathing both keyboard and mouse in nervous sweat as deranged psychopaths and Lovecraftian monsters stalk our monitors and creep into our nightmares.

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