Allison Road. A Silent Hills replacement?


Many horror fans were heart broken after hearing the cancellation of Silent Hills. I know many people are still in mourning an are trying to pressure Konami into giving in. We shouldn’t feel all too bad though as there is another game that looks like it can fill in the empty void of our hearts.

Allison Road, is an upcoming first person, survival horror game being developed by a small UK studio called┬áLilith Ltd. The game has passed Steam’s Greenlight program and on its way. No released date has been confirmed but here is some in-game footage from their official Youtube channel.

From the video you can see how the game is very similar to the P.T. demo and I have high hopes for this. I was so excited about Silent Hills and since its cancellation, I hope this game helps us through the grieving process.

Allison Road will be coming to PC sometime in 2016. No news on a console version at this time.

Evil Review. DreadOut: an Indonesian Horror



Oh how I miss the good old days of horror games on the Playstation 1 and 2. Sure we may see the genre coming back this generation but it just doesn’t feel the same. All the classic horror games we have played are either dying, abandon, or just kept from us like how Nintendo is handling the Fatal Frame series. We shall not give up hope though, as there is a game currently out now on steam that is oozing with nostalgic horror goodness!

DreadOut is an Indonesian survival horror game that was developed and published by Digital Happiness. The game is heavily inspired by the Fatal Frame games and is centered around a group of students who are trapped in a cursed and haunted town. DreadOut focuses on real life Indonesian folk lore and ghost stories, much like how Slender: The arrival is based on western folk lore character ”Slender man”.

I was not kidding about how this game oozes nostalgia. The atmosphere of DreadOut feels just like a Fatal Frame game, with it’s dark atmosphere and slow paced gameplay. When it comes to graphics, DreadOut is visually lacking. It’s graphic are very low res and look like what you might see on a playstation 2 or PSP game. Still the graphics have a charm and add to the creepy feel of the game and I love it! The design of the ghosts is what makes this game terrifying, nothing like walking down a pitch black corridor with nothing but your phone’s light on and then suddenly having a ghost based on a real life folk tale scare you! This just makes the game too bad ass.

The gameplay is very simple. It plays pretty much like a Fatal Frame game, it is in a third person perspective and you must use your smart phone to battle ghosts and find hints to solve puzzles. The game does promote exploration since there are collectibles for the player to find in order to unlock achievements. The player can also collect power items that will aid them in boss battles. The game has two endings; both good and bad. So make sure you try to get the true ending on your first play through so things can make a bit of sense.

Difficulty wise this game can be hard for new players. I admit that I died alot during the first boss battle, but this is a good thing since it forces the player to find out what the bosses weakness is and use it against them. Once you know how to defeat the enemies the game is quite easy to play. Unlike classic horror games, this game is not very long and that was kind of a bummer for me. The game is about 4 hours long, even shorter if you rush through it. For me I wished it was longer since I was starting to get so immersed into the story and wanted more.

For music in the game, it was amazing. The soundtrack fits perfectly and sounds so awesome during boss battles. My personal favorite track has to be the cover of Gloomy Sunday by┬áSarasvat; Which serves as the game’s main theme.

All I can say about DreadOut is that the game is amazing and I hope to god we get a sequel. There is so much unanswered questions to the story and so much content here to make a franchise off of. My personal rating for DreadOut is a 8/10. My only complaint is that the game was way too short but with the story, music, and some pretty cool innovative parts in the game that I wish we saw in other horror games made up for the game’s length.

So if you loved the old Fatal Frames, Silent Hills or even Resident Evil games. Then please go play DreadOut you won’t be disappointed.

DreadOut is available on Steam and Playstation 4 for $14.99


Freddy is ready, are you? Five Nights at Freddy’s 3 on Steam Greenlight

Well here we go again people, the third installment in this highly popular PC horror game series is coming to steam! The game’s story takes place thirty years after the events of the first game. From the look of it, it seems there is only going to be one animatronic character coming after you.


No release date has been confirmed but here is the greenlight page for anyone who would like to vote on it.

Five Nights at Freddy’s 3 is coming.



Well fans of Five Nights at Freddy’s I hope you are ready for more Freddy. Yes the third installment of Five Nights at Freddy’s has been confirmed and is currently in development. I’m still not sure if I will ever play these games, I am just not into jump scare only games but they do have an interesting story to them.

Until the third one comes out you can get FNAF for $4.99 and FNAF2 for $7.99

Get ready for Freddy again. Five Nights at Freddy’s 2



You like jump scares? Do you find Chuck-E-Cheese characters creepy? well then this is for you! The sequel to the recently popular horror game Five Nights at Freddy’s is now on Steam Greenlight for everyone to cast their vote. I personally haven’t played the first game yet and not sure if I will, the game is mostly jump scares but the concept of the game is very interesting. Until this is greenlit and passed through which I’m sure will happen by tomorrow, then you can grab the first Five Nights at Freddy’s on Steam for $4.99