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3D Monster Maze Was The Very First Horror Game

Long-running video game franchises and genres all have to start somewhere, and it’s not always pretty. Looking back to that origin point can show us not just how the greats began, but how far they’ve come since. Today we unearth the very first horror video game.Read more… Continue Reading at https://kotaku.com

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SNL’s Chris Redd believes aliens are trolling us with crop circles

Chalk it up to a terrible 2020, but the typical signs that autumn is upon us feel especially welcome this year: The leaves are changing, pumpkin-spiced items are lining the grocery shelves, and Saturday Night Live is gearing up for a new season. Now heading into his fourth year with the show, Chris Redd is […]

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The World May Be on Hold, But August Is Still Bursting With New Sci-Fi and Fantasy Books

It’s almost August? Time sure passes at a weird rate when you don’t ever leave the house. Fortunately, there’s a tidal wave of new sci-fi and fantasy books on the way, ready to sweep you away into fantastical kingdoms, adventures across the multiverse, space battles, and at least one zombie apocalypse.Read more… Continue Reading at […]

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Our Hero Katee Sackhoff on Robot Chicken, the New BSG, and That Wacky Accent She Did on The Flash

When most people think of Katee Sackhoff, one word comes to mind: Starbuck. But she’s actually had a surprisingly diverse career, playing not just action heroes like Battlestar Galactica’s badass pilot (or her current gig as an astronaut on Netflix’s Another Life), but also some intensely hilarious characters on shows… Read more…

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Maneater’s Orca Tank Is Terrifying, Even As A Godlike Megashark

I’m absolutely in love with Maneater, the new shark game from Tripwire Interactive. Nothing in video games has ever made me feel as powerful as cruising the Louisiana bayou and wantonly chomping passing barracuda. But one setpiece managed to inject my shark-inspired reverie with a terror made only more potent by the…Read more… Continue Reading […]

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Horrific Tech Demo Lets You Create Fleshy Greeting Cards

Some artists sculpt with clay, others create beautiful landscapes with watercolors. Misshapen, the upcoming body-horror game from Argentine developer BRUTO, gives players the ability to craft terrifying sights using the flesh of their enemies. The full game still lacks a release date, but a new demo provides a sneak…Read more… Continue Reading at https://kotaku.com

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Horrific Tech Demo Lets You Create Fleshy Greeting Cards

Some artists sculpt with clay, others create beautiful landscapes with watercolors. Misshapen, the upcoming body-horror game from Argentine developer BRUTO, gives players the ability to craft terrifying sights using the flesh of their enemies. The full game still lacks a release date, but a new demo provides a sneak…Read more… Continue Reading at https://kotaku.com

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Horrific Tech Demo Lets You Create Fleshy Greeting Cards

Some artists sculpt with clay, others create beautiful landscapes with watercolors. Misshapen, the upcoming body-horror game from Argentine developer BRUTO, gives players the ability to craft terrifying sights using the flesh of their enemies. The full game still lacks a release date, but a new demo provides a sneak…Read more… Continue Reading at https://kotaku.com

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10 Affecting Story-Driven Video Games Perfect for First-Time Players

Animal Crossing couldn’t have come at a better time, but not everybody has an island. Some folks may be curious to try gaming for the first time or are looking for games more focused on story and characters than combat options. For those wanting to feel like they’re playing through a wonderful sci-fi movie or […]

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10 Affecting Story-Driven Video Games Perfect for First-Time Players

Animal Crossing couldn’t have come at a better time, but not everybody has an island. Some folks may be curious to try gaming for the first time or are looking for games more focused on story and characters than combat options. For those wanting to feel like they’re playing through a wonderful sci-fi movie or […]

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Thanks to Horror Video Games, Horror Movies Aren’t Scary to Me Anymore

I don’t react to horror movies the same way I used to. Once, I could feel the hair stand up on my arms, my pulse accelerating as someone walked down a dark hallway backed by a score of screeching string instruments, when the camera would pan over and reveal the reflection of a demon in […]

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