Over the past few years, there have been an influx of horror games on the PC. These have ranged from the excellent Amnesia: The Dark Descent to Slender: The Eight Pages. Yet, almost inevitably, these video games become fodder for screamy YouTube celebrities. These YouTubers oftentimes can act as ambassadors for really good games. What happens, though, when a game is made almost specifically for them? Daylight, seemingly, is the result and consequentially it feels almost like a cynical cash grab.