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Tips or Trivia- Silent Hill 2: James's Monsters


The Silent Hill series is full of body horror monsters. They’re creatures of nightmare fuel. Generally each monster is the way it is, due to the character it is hounding. 676 more words

Video Games

The Evil Within 2: 5 Other Survival Horror Games

The Evil Within 2 might be the newest kid on the block as far as survival horror games go, but the genre has been around for many years now, and has given some great horror experiences. 696 more words

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Gaming Retrospective - Silent Hill 2

The immediacy of video games as a medium in many ways lends itself to horror. After all, the player’s on-screen avatar is, in a way, an extension of themselves in a way that a movie character is not – you control them, you make their choices. 1,430 more words


Pyramid Head: Exclusivity?

There’s been a huge debate in the community over the exclusivity to James. When he appeared in Homecoming, this was controversial because it was assumed to be a subjective experience for James. 834 more words

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Games that got away

Games that got away

There are certain games. Games you always wanted to play. But that thing called real life intervened. The funds were never quite available; other priorities came along with a raft of other things that make up life. 935 more words

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Hellblade: Senua's Sacrifice Review -- Against Self-Hatred

by Jed Pressgrove

In the so-called canon of great games, the sensitive Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice should replace the fear-mongering Silent Hill 2. Through the trials, tribulations, and redemption of its protagonist Senua, Hellblade flips the video-game script on psychosis with a tale that puts players into the shoes of someone who fights voices and visions in her head as she goes about life. 558 more words

Lessons to Practice #23: From Terror to Death: What Makes Horror Linger

Hey everyone! I thank you all for your patience and understanding as I work to get my first vlog series, “The Honest Bachelor’s Life,” up and running. 1,368 more words