Gameist: "I'll be perfectly honest with you. I'm from a generation where horror video games weren't expected to be scary. The scariest thing in my generation's horror video games were the Medusa heads, and that's only because seeing a Medusa head basically foretold you falling off a ledge after you spent twelve lives trying to jump on a fucking floating platform.
The last time I played a new horror video game was the first Resident Evil. And all I remember of Resident Evil was running into walls. I guess nowadays horror games have shit like creepy children bursting out of walls to compensate for the lack of flying decapitated zombie heads trying to save New York. It's the evolution of the genre. By the way, creepy children is a redundant phrase. All children are creepy."