It is now October so let’s get spooky!
So for this whole month, I’m bringing you Spooktober! Now I plan to write a few spooky tech related articles possibly once a week for your enjoyment.
For this week, I will present to you guys something simple to start us off which are best and new horror games that you should check out and look out for. Horror games are always more fun to play with other people as you can scream together, hold each other and run straight out of the room during a jumpscare (be sure to get that on camera and upload it).
So if you haven’t played any horror games this year, then be sure to check out these games when you have the chance:
The Dark Picture Anthology: Little Hope
The game is an interactive drama survival horror developed by Supermassive Games and published by Bandai Namco Entertainment. The second episode to the game was meant to be released earlier this year but unfortunately due to Covid-19, it was delayed until October 30, just in time for Halloween!
The second episode in The Dark Pictures Anthology will put the fate of several playable characters in your hands. In the single player and two-player modes you’ll jump between them all, while the movie night mode will let up to five players muck around together.
The Last Of Us Part II
Set 5 years after The Last of Us (2013), Ellie sets out for revenge after suffering a tragedy, and Abby, a soldier who becomes involved in a conflict between her militia and a religious cult. The game has been doing pretty well especially during MCO and I gotta say, it definitely gets you at the edge of your seat when playing.
Remothered: Broken Porcelain
Another game that is soon to be released this month! Modus Games is releasing its survival horror game Remothered: Broken Porcelain for PS4, Xbox One, Switch, and PC on October 13, a week earlier than planned. This comes after it was delayed from its original August 25 release date to October 20.
Remothered: Broken Porcelain is described as both a “sequel and prequel” to its predecessor, Remothered: Tormented Fathers. The story centers around protagonist Jen and her “timid companion” Linn, who find themselves haunted by malevolent entities lurking throughout the Ashmann Inn.
I’ve been a fan of this game since its released. I’ve watched multiple YouTubers play this game, including Jacksepticeye and H2O Delirious. It looks so fun and actually pretty scary too. The game is not a 2020 game as it was released 3 years ago in 2017 but it’s still a pretty cool game you should check out.
Little Nightmares is a puzzle-platformer game in which Six has to survive the horrors of The Maw while using everything in and around her to escape it. Six can use the environment by distracting enemies, climbing, dragging, throwing, pushing, and pulling to traverse The Maw. Be sure to check out Little Nightmares II coming out next year in February!
So that is it for this week’s Spooktober. I’ll be back next week with more spooky tech related stories!