7 of The Greatest Walking Simulator Games

Aaron at IGCritic writes "A somewhat little known and underappreciated first-person walking simulator, Ether One is a video game which places you in the mind of a dying patient as an “explorer” travelling through their memories whilst searching for the source of the problem."

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P_Bomb2916d ago

PT is still my sentimental fave. To think it was just a proof of concept demo. Why'd I delete it

Proteus was too boring for me to handle. I did platinum Rapture though. Soma I will definitely try if it's free on PS+ one day. Read good things. Last I checked it was still a bit expensive though. Same thing kept me away from Gone Home 'til it was free on Plus. $19.99's a bit steep for walking simulators imo.

TheGreatObserver2915d ago

Soma is $40 currently was going to buy it tonight

Rimeskeem2915d ago (Edited 2915d ago )

I'm surprised Everyones gone to the Rapture wasnt here.

Edit: wait, it is there

Yucline2915d ago

Its right there? Sitting on number 5 :P

Rimeskeem2915d ago

I read that as Ether One XD

TheGreatObserver2915d ago

Firewatch. Loved that game. Will play through again soon

mogwaii2915d ago

Was a great game with a unique narrative, loved the setting and time.

quent2915d ago (Edited 2915d ago )

Why not call it exploration simulators, walking simulator sounds like a jab at something that's boring and uninteresting, stealth games= crawling simulators ?


5 Horror Games That Will Keep You Up at Night

Explore 5 horror games that promise unforgettable scares and sleepless nights. Perfect for thrill-seekers!

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cthulhucultist26d ago

Very safe list of horror games. I would argue that Amnesia Machine for Pig was not that great. Dark Descent was much a much better game.

Far better games have been released in this genre (Dead Space Remake, Alien Isolation, Alan Wake 2 etc).


Five Horror Games Certain to Keep You Up 'Til Halloween

Spooky season is here again at last and time of the horror game has arrived alongside it. This year has seen the return of some the genre's greatest entires, but both tended to focus more on thrills than they did chills. So, those wanting a bit more of the latter this month would do well to check out at least one of these before Halloween rolls around.

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5 Cozy Fall Games to Get You Into the Autumn Spirit

Clara from GL writes: At long last, the leaves are starting to turn brown, the temperature is starting to cool, the boots are starting to come out of storage, and the pumpkin spice lattes are in everyone’s hands. Fall is here and it’s not a moment too soon.

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