A very short psychological horror game that doesn’t make a whole lot of sense in almost every aspect. It seems more like a tech demo of all the things you can do while making it a horror game and make it be pretty scary. The steam reviews are mostly negative for this, so I knew I had to play it. It does function and it didn’t break (mostly) for me, but the storyline and theme of the game is just really hard to understand. The visuals are pretty cool, kinda reminding me of the pixel-moving walls from Tomb Raider. You can beat this game in under an hour. I had to actually look up a video on what to do, because you can’t move the baby block puzzles while looking in the crib, you have to do it by standing like four feet away and switch the words out, kind of an annoying oversight on that one. Outside of that, a breeze through Steam’s indy horror department.
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