A sequel to one of the most influential horror games is a tough follow-up, and while 'Rebirth' isn't a revolution, it's a scary and fun evolution.
Frictional Games is returning to the universe that put the studio on the map, with the focus on making a good horror game, instead of worrying about being revolutionary.
The latest episode introduced a concept that harkens back to Frictional’s existentially horrifying game.
'SOMA,' a terrific and terrifying tale from the developers of 'Amensia: The Dark Descent,' is becoming a different game.
Frictional's underwater horror video game is filled with violence, spectacle, and excitement, but it is still considered and cerebral.
A new breed of indie developers are reanimating the bloated corpse of this once glorious genre.