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Submitted by ThomasBW84 1135d ago | article

Feature: Why AR Horror Just Isn't Cutting It

Horror, when it works, sticks with us. Bumps in the night, shadows in the dark, branches scraping against the windows...these are the things that keep us up at night when horror has correctly done its job. Philip J Reed of Nintendo Life explains why AR horror games on 3DS aren't quite good enough to dish out scares. (3DS, Culture, Spirit Camera: The Cursed Memoir, Tech)

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