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  1. There is a pretty long history of video games based on movies being pretty horrid. All one has to do is look up E.T. for the 2600 and they will see the beginnings. Games either have little to do with their celluloid partners, or they pale in comparison to all the hype. Often they seem like they have been rushed to market just to add a few extra dollars to the studios pockets. But every once in a while there is a game that holds its own. Don’t Knock Twice is a horror film in which a mother trying to re-connect with her daughter attracts the attention of a demonic witch. The game follows a similar plot line to the film. I must say that I have not seen the movie at this time, but the game does stand on its own merits, and doesn’t require any knowledge of the movie. You play as Jess, a woman that gave up her daughter at a young age, but it now trying to make amends. You begin the game in a darkened room, lit only by the fire in the fire place. Your cell phone rings and it is a text from your daughter, trying to figure out what is going on. You must investigate your house to piece together what is going on, as well as your history with your daughter. All the answers you seek can be found in your eerie home. Don’t Knock Twice does an amazing job at creating a very ominous atmosphere that you are stuck in. The graphics are fairly realistic, and the only light comes from the candle you are carrying, or your cell phone screen. There are a few scattered bolts of lightning that will also brighten your view, but they pass too quickly for you to really use their light. The sound effects are next level creepy. I grew up in an old Victorian house and spent hours wondering if the house was settling, the wind was blowing under the shutters, or if someone was walking across the creaky wide board wood floors. All of those sounds are perfectly replicated and slid into the soundtrack. There are really only 2 draw backs to this title. The first is the length of the game. It will only take you about an hour or so to complete your 1st playthrough. The game requires at least 2 playthroughs in order to grab all of the achievements. But this brings up the 2nd short fall, once you have played through the game once, you know what is going to happen and the tension is all but lost. There are enough little details to warrant 2 plays, but after that you can zip through the game too quick to be scared. Don’t Knock Twice is out now on XB1, PS4, PC and is even available on multiple VR platforms. If you are a fan of horror / suspense games, this game is definitely worth a look see. Ii would just recommend you leave the lights on. 8/10
  2. There seems to be a booming market for survival horror games. Every week or so there is a new title popping up in this genre, but many seem to be poorly crafted stories that lean to heavily on the jump scare to create any suspense. Some games, like Knock Knock by Sometimes You and Ice-Pick Lodge LLC take the time to weave a creepy tale in a strange environment to raise the tension levels slowly until you are at the edge of your seat. You play as a young man who is a self-proclaimed “world-ologist”, as in someone who studies everything in the world. You live in a large house in the woods alone as you collect your data on the things around you. But you seem to be having some trouble sleeping, and something just doesn’t seem right in your house, and in the woods around you. Can you figure out what is amiss? Is it just your mind playing tricks on you? Delve into this strange and eerie world and unlock the answers for yourself. You start out by waking up at night and having a feeling that something is a bit off in your house. You must wander through the rooms, turning on lights to see if there is something out of place. Of course it would be too easy to just flip a switch to turn on the lights, so you have to hold down a button to either fix the lights or change the bulb. This takes a few seconds and will make you wonder what may be laying in the dark. If you stay in a room for a few moments, you may close your eyes and the room will return to normal. You must make it through the night till dawn breaks to complete the sequence. The game alternates between inside the house and exploring the woods. As you explore the forest surrounding your house you will be greeted with one of the most subtly creepy soundtracks a game has to offer. There is an orchestra of natural sounds – crickets, footsteps, wind, cracking branches and more. These are intermixed with supernatural moans and howls that will make you wonder if you are alone, or if someone is watching you. And for the record, if you have a cricket loose in your house KILL IT before you start playing this game, it will only freak you out more. The graphics lean more toward the cartoonish side, but don’t let that fool you into thinking that it is for kids. The main character looks like a sleep deprived Chucky doll. As you wander into darkened rooms the small candle you carry casts ominous shadows on the wall. Gameplay can seem a bit repetitive at first – go into a room, fix light, go to next room, but you will quickly see that your house slowly grows and adds rooms as you progress. Also as you progress, you have to play hide and seek with the uninvited guests to your home. If you do happen to get spotted, you will only get set back a few hours, not to the start of the game. Knock Knock may not look like your typical horror survival game, but it will have you on the edge of your seat and looking over your shoulder. You can pick up a copy on XB1, PS4, PS Vita, and PC. 9/10
  3. THE CROW'S EYE Set against a backdrop of psychological terror, The Crow’s Eye is a first-person puzzle adventure in which you will use your wits to escape the abandoned Medical University of Crowswood, while investigating the mysterious disappearances of students and faculty 20 years earlier. Developer: 3D2 Entertainment Publisher: Nkidu Games So while the wife and kid were taking a nap, I decided it was time to try out this horror game that I picked up the other day! At first glance I expected a game that was going to make me wake up the family with my childlike screaming and heavy breathing through dark and damp hallways. While this was the case in a few instances, overall the game did not have that scare factor that I had expected. (This is noted on the description of the game, that if you are looking for the surprise jumps and scares, you may be in the wrong place) I believe that I had roughly 2 instances of being actually startled by something in the game. One was when I was nonchalantly grabbing a key and a work jumped on my screen(in game of course) and the other when an ominous tone came into my speakers randomly. Unfortunately this game, while interesting and somewhat addictive (until you get too frustrated to continue) does leave something to be desired. The storyline is a bit hard to follow with the addition of multiple characters over time, and the random creepy guy who seems like he is from the past, but is talking to me as I am playing. I would have loved at least a few scary things around some of the vents and corners, but I can't ask for that if that is not what they intended. The quest line, while somewhat linear, does bring into play a bit of guesswork, and not in a good way. This guesswork created a very frustrating 10-15 minutes of sitting there wondering what I missed and where I have been on my very basic map. Overall, I would recommend this game to someone who enjoys mysteries, doesn't harp too much on the quality of graphics, and the person who wants to play a horror game without really being terrified. The Crow's Eye is available as a Steam Download! Check it out here: http://store.steampowered.com/app/449510/
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