Ah David Cage, if there’s an exact moment that can be cited as the point that you truly went off the rails, Heavy Rain is that moment. Part interactive drama and part unintentional comedy, Heavy Rain was my very first taste of this genre and, […]

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Ultimately my problem with Dyscourse was that I didn’t have fun, which is fine. A game doesn’t need to be fun if it makes me feel [...]

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Can we all stop for a second and agree, right now, that Deadly Premonition is one of the greatest achievements of mankind? [...]

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For those who enjoyed The Dark Descent, I thoroughly recommend checking out A Machine for Pigs. While it may not be the same [...]

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With Christmas and New Years now seemingly far in our rear vision mirrors with 2016 well under way, I used this opportunity to catch up on many things that fall by the wayside over time. Pastimes such as reading books, watching TV shows and movies […]

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Outlast is a survival horror game, released on September 4th, 2013 for Windows PC and then later for the PS4 and Xbox One. It is published by Red Barrels Games and was their first game developed as an independent company. It was actually the first […]

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A couple of days before New Years, GameCloud Editor-in-Chief, Will Kirk and I were discussing the topic of strange games and, of course, Fahrenheit was soon mentioned. Fahrenheit, or Indigo Prophecy as it was known in some parts of the world (or Fahrenheit: Indigo Prophecy […]

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Like many others before me (and many others still yet to come), I’ve wanted to play Five Nights At Freddy’s since it first released. For the longest time, it was a frequently talked about online; with everyone being like, “Ooooh! You have to play this […]

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Just like any other kid who grew up in the ’90s, I was enamored with the wide-spanning collection of horror books ‘Goosebumps’ by R.L. Stine. As my first introduction to the horror genre, it would heavily influence my love of horror films in my later […]

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Sometimes it’s nice to travel off the beaten path when it comes to video games, as it can take you to some pretty weird and wonderful places. With the advent of Greenlight on Steam, gamers are more inundated with choice than ever before due to […]

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