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As Chief Editor and co-founder, Guy is responsible for pretty much everything that goes up on the site. He is a huge fan of survival horror, point-and-click adventure titles and everything with a good story. He prefers to play games alone, in the dark - as nature intended.

Hitman 3 reveals new location, will support over 300 NPCs at once

Hitman 3
Hitman's developer, IO Interactive, just released a new trailer for their next game - Hitman 3. The trailer highlights Chongqing, one of the new locations Agent 47 will travel to. Chongqing is a rainy Chinese metropolis, and IOI thinks its wet, neon-lit streets are a perfect opportunity to give us a peek at the technology...

Chicken Police review: A gripping, hard-boiled detective story

Chicken Police review
Prepare to meet the best clucking detectives around. With a by-the-numbers film noir plot and an incredible cast, Chicken Police is simply a treat. Imagine a classic film noir: the jaded PI, the Femme Fatale, the ambient jazz, and black and white visuals. Now imagine it all with talking chickens....

Shut In takes on depression in a comedy horror game where nothing matters

Shut In
Depression and isolation are, unfortunately, all too common in this day and age. And COVID-19 isn't helping things either. Luckily for us, indie developer Cael O’Sullivan launched Shut In, a brand new game for us to enjoy indoors. Shut In is a short, narrative-driven game about depression, isolation, and mental health. It depicts the...

Leisure Suit Larry: Wet Dreams Dry Twice review: Longer and harder

Leisure Suit Larry: Wet Dreams Dry Twice review
The humor is Leisure Suit Larry's weakest point, but Wet Dreams Dry Twice is a gratifying adventure with great puzzles and a story that keeps your eyes on the prize. Leisure Suit Larry: Wet Dreams Dry Twice is a direct sequel to 2018's Leisure Suit Larry: Wet Dreams Don't Dry....

Terror: Endless Night is a horror strategy game aboard a stranded ship

Terror: Endless Night
Pixel Crow, the developer of BeatCop game, banded together with the young indie studio Unseen Silence Games to bring us Terror: Endless Night. Terror: Endless Night is a mix of turn-based strategy and survival horror where you play as the captain of a ship stranded in the arctic circle. It's your role to manage...

Little Nightmares 2 Halloween trailer introduces a new, terrifying enemy

Little Nightmares 2 Halloween trailer
Little Nightmare 2 won't stop trying to creep us out with its antagonists. We've met the sadistic Teacher, the bloodthirsty Hunter, and the eerie Thin Man in a previous trailer. The Little Nightmares 2 Halloween trailer introduces another antagonist - The Doctor. The Doctor is the overweight, middle-aged man crawling on...

Amnesia: Rebirth review: An unforgettable horror story

Amnesia Rebirth review
While not as scary as its predecessors, Amnesia: Rebirth tells an emotional horror story that uses its visuals and sound design in effective, creative ways. Amnesia: Rebirth is the spiritual sequel to 2010’s Amnesia: The Dark Descent. Back then, The Dark Descent redefined the horror genre, so you’d expect Rebirth...

Scorn gameplay video is beautiful and disgusting at the same time

Ebb Software and Xbox Game Studios have release a new Scorn gameplay video, captured on Xbox Series X. Scorn is a first-person survival horror game set in a dark, fleshy world inspired by the works of HR Giger. With this (second) gameplay trailer, we get to see about 14 minutes of pulsating environments and...

Moncage is a tactile puzzle game about finding a new perspective

Moncage is a puzzle game where perspective and optical illusions are the keys to uncover the hidden links across each face of a mysterious cube. The game, developed by a team of two people calling themselves OPTILLUSION, has over 60 puzzles and 50 worlds to discover. Get a quick peek into these worlds in...

Amnesia Rebirth trailers reveal gameplay and more story details

Amnesia Rebirth
Amnesia: Rebirth is just a couple of days away, so it's the perfect time to catch a glimpse of the gameplay, and maybe learn a little more about the story and where it takes place. Which is exactly why Frictional Games has released two new videos - one showing five minutes of Amnesia: Rebirth...

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