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Our political and corporate overlords are watching everything we do - here are three games to get you in the mood for a privacy-free future.
Want to explore and discuss death with family and friends in a safe, informative, positive way? Morbid Curiosity may just be the game for you.
We reviewed Pathfinder's new Horror Adventures supplement, and admire how it turns traditional swords and sorcery role-play on its head.
We Happy Few is an open-world survival game set in a very British 1960s dystopia. How is its Early Access content shaping up?
Summer is a terrible time for games - so let us guide you through five horror games you can play right now, for free!
Playdead's 2-D puzzle platformer Inside is an immaculately polished dark gem that asks some deep questions as you play.
The Seventh Edition of role-playing classic Call of Cthulhu has arrived. We've got an interview with Chaosium, as well as a review of the new books.
We review gaming witch-poet auteur Kitty Horrorshow's psychological horror game Anatomy. It's not for the faint of heart.