Summary: A sequel and a prequel put together that in my opinion was better than the main game. Whistleblower lets you explore more of the asylum, plus you get to learn more about Murkoff and what they do to their patients and you also get to see people who aren't variants.
Summary: This is a rare horror game that doesn't rely on jump scares to do its scaring. The DLC improves on all fronts what was already a good game just wish it was longer! The environments were stellar creepy!
Summary: This game was a breath of fresh air in the horror genre. Mixing a powerfully chilling atmosphere with enough jump scares to make you think twice about playing this in the dark. It was a little slow in places and came across as pretty frustrating at times.
Summary: I would sell the game at £10 instead of £15, however this game is very scary and does have you on edge quite alot, its a different setting and a bizzare but interesting story. it also has some replay value due to achivements.
Summary: For the first hour, Outlast was genuinely terrifying. I was immersed in the rather spooky, if a bit cliché setting and tentatively moving forward, progressing at a snail's pace for fear of what was around the corner.
Summary: Holy crap this game is brutal, than WB Games, Mortal Kombat. The scared one? Well, since i just bought a new Xbox One, I already knew the PS4 will be alot in Common. I love the scared moments, jumping me, and my damn, heart-beat, but damn, i nearly got a damn HEART ATTACK!
Summary: Outlast made me realize that I have grossly underestimated the indie scene. Red Barrels Studios is comprised of developers from multiple AAA studios, and it shows. Save for some questionable character models, the game looks, sounds, and plays beautifully.
Summary: This game creeped me out. Don't know any other way to put it.Though i will say it was alot of fun and some parts of the game i somehow found a way to inject humor.If you have not played it i suggest you play it.