Survival Horror

Gaming

Here’s What We Want from ‘Resident Evil 7’

Did someone say REboot? They did, and it was us. Because Resi is crying out for some fresh blood to infect with all-new horrors.
Andi Hamilton
6.2.16
Gaming

Reexamining ‘Silent Hill 3,’ Gaming’s Most Unfairly Overlooked Sequel

Okay, it inspired one god-awful film, and that's unforgivable. But 'Silent Hill 3' remains a great video game, and here's why.
Jake Laverde
5.10.16
Gaming

‘Resident Evil,' 20 Years Later: Flawed, Formulaic, but Still a Fearsome Horror Original

Capcom's survival horror followed video gaming logic, but it also subverted expectations, keeping the player thinking anything could happen.
Ed Smith
3.10.16
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‘Resident Evil 2’ Is the Game That Proved Horror Didn’t Have to Be Humdrum

Capcom's 1998 title bursts with color and life and gameplay beats that don't quite work, but that just makes it the more enjoyable.
Ed Smith
8.14.15
VICE vs Video games

Attention Horror Game Fans: ‘Until Dawn’ Is the Sleeper Slasher Hit of the Summer

Supermassive's blood-in-the-snow survival horror is shaping up to be an unexpected success.
Mike Diver
7.17.15
VICE vs Video games

‘Deadly Premonition’ Remains the Weirdest Video Game of the Modern Era

Released at a time when big-box video games could be incredibly conservative, this <i>Twin Peaks</i>-inspired murder mystery offered a window into gaming's delightfully ramshackle and sometimes ugly past.
Ben Philpott
3.25.15
VICE vs Video games

‘White Night’ Is Survival Horror for Noir Lovers

The debut game from OSome Studio is unsettling, imperfect, and absolutely memorable.
Mike Diver
3.6.15
VICE vs Video games

My Month-Long ‘Resident Evil’ Binge, and Why Capcom’s Monsters Will Never Change

I learned the developers behind the franchise are just as predictable as Umbrella's biological weapons.
Steve Haske
3.2.15
Gaming

The Art Of Darkness: The Changing Landscape Of The Survival Horror Game

<p>A new breed of indie developers are reanimating the bloated corpse of this once glorious genre.</p>
Ben Greene
11.26.12