Those who enjoyed the supernatural Ghostwire: Tokyo adventure got a surprise update from developer Tango Gameworks, a free DLC called Spider’s Thread that includes a new 30-level dungeon, added combat abilities and new creepy monsters.
The Last Case of Benedict Fox offers up a Lovecraftian adventure with a Metroidvania-like interface. And while it stumbles in places, it’s worth exploring for those who are looking for something unique in horror adventuring.
On the surface, the horror game Choo-Choo Charles seems a bit odd, with a demonic train engine crossed with a giant spider being the main monster. But it’s actually a really fun and unique title that can also prove quite terrifying at times.
This week Modern Gamer Marie Brownhill enjoys the latest visual novel from Wales Interactive, Mia and the Dragon Princess. It’s an action-packed story that stars some of the top names in fantasy adventure.
Our reviewer Vincent Mahoney had an absolutely phenomenal time playing Everspace 2, a title with an incredible amount of customization options in a massive sci-fi universe that is filled with intense starfighter combat and plenty opportunities for lucrative looting.
It may seem like a weird pairing, but Dredge successfully combines a somewhat peaceful fishing simulation with a dark Lovecraftian adventure that will find your little trawler bravely journeying into some of the most treacherous waters this side of Innsmouth.
Developer Guerrilla has released the Burning Shores DLC for the second title in the Horizon series, which takes players to a post-apocalyptic Los Angeles for even more adventures in a flooded, overgrown machine-ravaged and lava covered landscape.
Eschewing the normal linear nature of full-motion-video games, Murderous Muses instead offers up a randomized world where players can put their investigative and puzzle-cracking skills to the test to solve a different murder mystery every time.
The original Resident Evil 4 was a highpoint for the popular franchise, and now Capcom has remade the classic survival horror adventure from the ground up for a thoroughly modern take that is pretty close to perfect for fans of the genre.
Bleak Faith: Forsaken takes a lot of inspiration from Dark Souls, but changes it up in key ways relating to hit boxes and dodging, as well as adding new monsters like robots, steampunk abominations, knights, giants and crazy centipede creatures to the usual enemy mix.