Resident Evil Village is more than just a bold new gothic horror-influenced direction for the series; it’s a reflection on horror as a whole.
The House in Fata Morgana is a masterpiece on every level, and a game that truly pushes the artistic boundaries of the medium.
Clea brings an eerie survival horror to Switch, and though its story leaves something to be desired, it makes up for that in atmosphere.
Observer: System Redux is a masterpiece—surreal, unsettling, atmospheric, and never forgets about the ‘punk’ in ‘cyberpunk’.
Clea, a 2D survival horror game from Australian developer InvertMouse, comes to Switch on October 31—a fitting date for a creepy game.
The Coma 2: Vicious Sisters is a gripping adventure, but its the way it reflects on real-world issues that makes this horror game so potent.
Preorders are now open for a limited physical Switch release of Kholat, a horror game based on real-life events and narrated by Sean Bean.
Little Hope, the second game in Supermassive’s Dark Pictures Anthology, sees a group of college students trying to escape a creepy, haunted village.
Layers of Fear 2 isn’t interested in jump scares so much as creating a unsettling atmosphere and getting under your skin—something it achieves brilliantly.
With its macabre, Burton-esque art style and terrifying monsters, Little Nightmares manages channels that childhood fear of the dark that never quite left us.