In recent years, the survival horror genre has taken two very distinct paths. The big budget AAA industry has largely moved away from the genre, but the games that remain are more or less action games with horror themes. Games like Resident Evil 6 and the Dead Space games are action through and through, featuring little to no actual survival elements, and the same can be said for most AAA horror titles. The indie horror scene, however, has gone in pretty much the exact opposite direction. The majority of indie horror games don't have any combat at all, instead focusing squarely on survival and providing the player with frightening imagery and genuine scares. Among these indie horror games is Outlast, which was a minor phenomenon on PC last fall and now makes it way to the PlayStation 4.