NeoSeeker: The Path review

The Path receives an "Innovation Award" at NeoSeeker.

Sean Ridgeley writes: "For all the Killzone 2s and Final Fantasies and God of War IIIs of the world, it's kind of hard to believe a game like this exists at times, especially one that uncompromisingly demands a place in the gaming world as much as any other work. For this I hope it gets a lot of attention, because it deserves every bit. And though it is a pretty short game (honestly the closest thing I can think of to a complaint, and it's not really relevant), I don't hesitate to say it is a masterpiece that should be experienced by anyone with an open mind."

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OhMyGandhi5539d ago

that actually sounds really damned cool!
gotta check this game out.

aaron58295539d ago

But this sounds damn intresting...

Is there a demo to this game ?


10 Obscure Horror Games You Probably Haven't Played

10 awesome and obscure horror games you probably haven't heard of. What offbeat horror games do you love? Let us know in the comments!

DarkOcelet3013d ago

That means they are not popular enough.

DragonDDark3013d ago

No.. the game is called "Obscure"

DarkOcelet3013d ago

You never heard of it?

Obscure is awesome, it has the style of gameplay of Resident Evil.

If you are a fan of the old school Resident Evil then you should play both Obscure 1 and Obscure 2.

They are so cliched as they get but so cool too lol.

DragonDDark3012d ago (Edited 3012d ago )

No xD
I'm saying that obscure is an obscure game lol

I played Obscure 1 and 2 and I loved them.

TricksterArrow3013d ago

Eternal Darkness is pretty popular. A better entry would've been Clock Tower.

Pastorfuzz3013d ago

I have Haunting Ground on the PS2 and Siren Blood Curse on the PS3. Both of those games are pretty good.

Kyosuke_Sanada3012d ago

DeSpiria for the Dreamcast it's a strange horror RPG evolving around a special agent sent to discover an underground cult. It's set in a dystopian future after World War III which leads to some serious creepy atmosphere. The character designs are questionable but it flourishes in monster design and disturbing music (which would have been so much better in full-length but tracks are limited to 20 second loops.) I await the day I am fluent in my Japanese studies so I can play this game in it's entirety.


Haunting Ground, Galerians and Rule of Rose deserves mentions as well. I would go on about these three but I doubt you guys want to read a novel....


A Grim Fairytale

Geoff dons an ill-fitting red travelling cape to deliver some cookies to grandma for this week's Gamer Quest.

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Top 5 Horror Games You Probably Haven’t Heard Of

Halloween is coming up, and while the kids are preparing their costumes and most other people are hitting the theaters for the latest formulaic scary movie, gamers are stuck re-playing the same old horror games or sloppy rehashes.

For people who want something a bit new, here are five horror games – a mixture of classics and newer titles – that you probably haven’t heard of.

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Iltapalanyymi3857d ago

Deadly Premonition is awesome.

_FantasmA_3857d ago

I love horror movies and horror games. There can never be too many.

McScroggz3857d ago

I approve of Deadly Premonition, but make sure you know exactly what you're getting into if you want to try it.

Roccetarius3857d ago

Releasing Deadly Premonition was horror enough.