Now more than ever, a successful project of any medium hinges on its ability to market itself in an engaging way to the right audiences.
Outlast is a game that heavily reflects the real and terrifying history behind the genre.
Nosebleed Games revealed a never-before-seen official trailer for “MADiSON,” a new psychological, first-person, horror game that resembles “Resident Evil 7: Biohazard” (2017).
The haunted attraction industry that exists as an offshoot of Halloween traditions, however, can arguably be placed back to our old friend, the Victorian era.
Horror is a wide genre casting its net over nearly every available medium.
Six years ago, one of the most unique horror games hit the market: “Until Dawn” (2015). Developed by Supermassive Games, and published by Sony, the game offered a unique balance of video game controls and movie storytelling.
The Flood’s theme, which was preceded by a low and echoing ambience, is undoubtedly a factor to the lasting terror of players everywhere.
“Returnal” (2021) is a psychological horror video game containing rogue-like features from the third-person perspective. The game is PlayStation 5 exclusive and is out now. Players follow Selene, a space pilot, who is stuck on a strange alien planet called Atropos.
So, you want to play the newest “Resident Evil” (2021), or maybe even beat the iconic “Outlast” series, but every time you jump into them, you find yourself squirming in your seat and running to turn the lights on. Who can blame you?
Horror is becoming more and more relevant on social media as of late. We see numerous people sharing or retelling some of the most chilling stories, like Bailey Sarian and her “Mystery and Murder” series or AshleysFreakFriday and her paranormal stories – both of which can be found on YouTube. But, let’s not exclude TikTok from the fun.