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Dark Souls 2 trailer showcases slew of angry enemies

Dark Souls 2 trailer showcases slew of angry enemies

Prepare yourselves, a new era of bone crushing, heart pounding, repetition is upon us. The death-filled epic Dark Souls gripped gamers with its grueling, monster-loaded dungeons and macabre landscapes. Now its successor, Dark Souls II, is hopeful to continue the…
Soma is shaping up to be a terrifying sci-fi affair

Soma is shaping up to be a terrifying sci-fi affair

Frictional Games struck horror gold with their indie hit, Amnesia: The Dark Descent, and now they're turning their attention towards another potential powerhouse with “Soma.” PC Gamer managed to secure a “first-look” at the upcoming Sci-Fi creep-fest, giving us a…

Metro: Last Light Review

The Metro series is set some years after nuclear war has ruined the surface of the Earth and put an end to civilization as we know it. In Russia, survivors have retreated to the Metro, re-forging a bleak semi-existence in the tunnels beneath the city. This is the sort of game that mentions, in its opening cinematic, the very real possibility that God is dead.

Last Light assumes that players got the "bad ending" in Metro 2033 and took the option to blast the entire population of "Dark Ones" into oblivion. The subsequent discovery of a single surviving Dark One sets the plot of Last Light in motion.