At first glance, you think that the most obvious experience is going to happen because it’s labeled as a horror game, right? Well, not exactly. Some things change as you traverse through the game and find out a little bit more about yourself (the character) and your family right in your very own home. Some things may not be as they seem, especially when you aren’t expecting them. Once you come to the realization of what’s happening and why these bad things are happening to your two year old self, you begin to realize that this type of horror is a bit more human and hits a lot closer to home than your every day monster horror video game.
It’s time to begin Sam Fisher’s third adventure in Chaos Theory! This is peak Splinter Cell franchise, most people would say. You are sent in to defuse a nuclear situation involving Korea and Japan and find out why your old friend Doug Shetland keeps turning up at the wrong time. Do we have another betrayal…
This indie Steam game has that “The Thing” feel, with the antarctic horror theme that I am a big fan of. I played this on the normal difficulty since the harder ones can really wreck you easily. Not a bad game that can be done quickly if you know what you are supposed to be…
Not really much to say here. Just three different settings to watch these “cute anime girls” dance around on a loop. You can choose two different sets of outfits on three different environments in VR. I got jumpscared at one point. I’ll play anything. Your booty’s so delicious