The term ‘asylum’ is a funny one. Usually linked to the idea of Victorian madhouses, it actually means ‘sanctuary’, or ‘a place of safety and protection’. Someone should probably point this out to game developers.
Tag Archives: horror
The fear of the dark is one of humanities greatest assets.
How do you follow a game which topped more than half of the Top Ten lists of 2012, including our own?
Don’t say we aren’t good to you! Nor are the folks at Penny Arcade. It seems they’re super-keen for people to play the 3rd installment of their RPG series On the Rain-Slick Precipice of Darkness. A game which we covered … Continue reading
Corvo Attano isn’t the only man who was touched by the spiritual mark that grants him his powers. In the dreary streets, whaling ports, and lavish houses of nobles, another stalks in the shadows. He is the killer of an … Continue reading
Grimind is the product of a single man, Paweł Mogiła. Don’t be put off by the middling score. Read the review, play the demo, and decide if you’re willing to support one of the most engaging 2D physics puzzlers we’ve … Continue reading
Since the first Silent Hill game in 1999, the series has stayed the course, never slipping too far from the minds of the gamer populace and always keeping the fans eager for more.
It’s a difficult balancing act needed to take a much beloved cultural icon and continue it in a new direction.
Here at SquareGo we don’t tend to cover all too many Kickstarters, there are frankly too many to keep up with, but when one does pop up that peaks our interest and we think it’s deserving of your money, we … Continue reading
Put yourself in Isaac Clarke’s shoes. First you bust your balls to land an engineering job fixing the ship that your wife works on, and get halfway across space to find that the crew have been slaughtered and their corpses … Continue reading