However cute its main character may be, Yomawari: Night Alone is clearly not a game you should play if you are the sensitive type. Set in a world infested with deadly creatures, this game published by NIS America is a pretty creepy survival horror.You play the role of a young girl who is looking for her sister and her dog, which would be quite an easy task to achieve if it weren't for the monsters lurking around in town. The game will be available on Playstation Vita and PC on October 25, but if you missed its Japanese release a few months back, here is a chance to see what the game is all about. Inside, you'll find 2 videos of the PC version showing the very beginning of the adventure. We should have more footage to share when the game ships, as well as a quick verdict on our experience, but until then, enjoy the videos!
@KORNdog: Yeah, really great story. Also, make sure to replay a second time, the enhanced edition has much more elements and story for the second playthrough. It's worth it. (4 minutes ago)
Quite frankly, I'm excited for the StarCraft Remaster. I haven't played the original in years, and even though my brother has the CDs - and DLCs - it's very old game design wise. (5 minutes ago)
That oxenfree story is going to be sticking with me for a while. Damn... (5 minutes ago)
@GriftGFX: Absolutely. It generates good PR. EA does it with the "Free on the House" games. And Ubisoft did it with the "Ubi30" games. Still, it's generous to allow people to play these games for free (7 minutes ago)
@Sdarts: I guess.. but it's also promotional and basically cost free. (9 minutes ago)
I have actually thought about what it means to take a human life, and I'm absolutely certain anyone with half a consciousness has done it too. Road to Perdition is great movie about this. (10 minutes ago)