Frightening February

I’m not much into horror games, but that isn’t going to stop me.

I’ve spoken highly of games like Alien: Isolation and SOMA, and I actually own others like Outlast, but I’ve never sat down to play many horror games.

Well, I’m aiming on changing that. It’s time for me to knuckle down and get cracking on some games to scare me, out of reverence for the release of Capcom’s newest horror title, Resident Evil 7.

So with that in mind, I’m aiming to make February into a frightening month. I will hopefully be able to stomach the scares and get some reviews made up as well!

So bear with me… You might hear me screaming like a little girl.


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5 thoughts on “Frightening February

  1. Hilarious! I share your apprehension with horror games. Can’t play ’em. Well, I got kids in the house after all, but even if I didn’t I’m a big ‘fraidy cat. That being said, Alien: Iso was one of the best games I played last year. I can’t believe how amazing it was. But I played it out of a love for scifi and the franchise. It didn’t exactly invite me to play anything else on that level of scariness. I wish you the best of luck and sanity tackling horror genre titles!

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  2. You, sir, are much braver than I am! Good luck 🙂

    I always think I should get into horror games, but then I think: You know, I actually like sleeping and not having to do laundry every single day… I’ll be interested to hear of your adventures!!

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