Kona is a game that has been in early access on the PC for some time, but now it’s finished and released on both PC and consoles. Set in northern Canada during the 1970’s, you play as a private detective named Carl Faubert. While the job he’s hired to do seems simple, once things get started it’s clear there’s a lot more going on here than Carl expected.
Here They Lie was one of the first horror titles to release on PlayStation VR. Months later, it's received a hefty patch that enables PS4 Pro support, standard play on a TV screen up to 4K resolution, and a chapter select.
Resident Evil VII is out, and our review is in. Some people love it, others think it's pretty good. I personally loved it, but even if you've played the game from beginning to end on your TV, you haven't lived until you've experienced this title in virtual reality.
I don't know about you, but I'm really glad 2016 is over. Blame it on the year, blame it on the universe, but it was a tumultuous year. Thankfully, we had some great games, but 2017 is looking even brighter, if you can imagine that.
Horror games have made a comeback in recent years, and as a lover of fear and existential dread, I couldn’t be happier. The PS4 has been getting some epic horror releases since its launch and today we’re going to be looking at the best options currently available.
Let’s take a look at the top 5 horror games for the PS4!
When it comes to horror, there are certain things that you will always associate with the genre. Monsters, serial killers, and of course: dolls. When I first saw Weeping Doll and its signature logo, I was ready to be terrified. Creepy dolls and an empty house are a great start, that’s for sure.
Thumper is a game developed by indie studio Drool, and they’ve described it on numerous occasions as a “rhythm violence game.” That category alone had me interested in this title before I even knew it was going to be compatible with PlayStation VR. Watching gameplay of this title makes it quickly apparent that the category fits.
It’s no secret that Until Dawn is one of my favorite PS4 games. It took the idea of an interactive horror story to the next level with incredible graphics, acting, and branching paths. It was a AAA Telltale Game and an awesome horror story in its own right. You could imagine my excitement when they announced a new game in the series for VR.
When I was growing up as a gamer, I was lucky enough to have a small taste of the classic full-motion video adventure games (FMV for short) that many people fondly remember. I always enjoyed any level of live-action cutscenes in games, even if they were a little cheesy (I’m looking at you, Command & Conquer).