If strong, heavy metal music combined with castlevania-style gameplay is your thing, then Slain is the gift that just keeps on giving, offering a mature addition to the ‘vania’ type genre with a unique appeal and intense style that’s definitely for a more adult audience.
Tis the season for spooking – and these three indie games that are sure to get that hair up on the back of your neck. There’s nothing like a good scary game to get the blood pumping, start you see things in the shadows and make you paranoid about wearing those headphones late at night in case something creeps up behind you (or is that just me?).
Frictional Games released two follow-up experiences to Amnesia: Dark Descent, with the eerie Justine downloadable content and an indirect sequel entitled A Machine for Pigs. These three entities would make up the Amnesia Collection, which could only be experienced on PC and PS4…until now.
A Steam indie phenomenon, Bendy and the Ink Machine is a highly successful game in the first person survival horror genre with a little bit of adventure and exploration elements thrown in for good measure. You play Henry, the former employee of Joey Drew Studios, who has returned to his workplace after 30 years on the request of the owner, and Henry’s friend, Joey Drew.