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World of Horror is a 1-bit love letter to masters of horror like Lovecraft, Junji Ito e Kazuo Umezu. It's a brilliant take on the Japanese dark-folk culture.
The Foundation delves into the roots of the Oldest House, disclosing hidden truths about the Hiss and The Bureau.
DreadOut 2 introduces the use of weapons and a bunch of new enemies, but fails to represent a consistent leap forward in the series.
Doom 64 returns after 23 years to show youngsters how a space marine can slay hordes of demons.
Doom Eternal is a mad and frantic trip to hell, the best game in the series and a new height of excellence for the FPS genre.
Nioh 2 adds some tweaks to a great combat system, with important features that open up a lot of customizations. Nonetheless the recycle of assets shows a creative impasse and an alarming lack of fresh ideas.
The Blind Prophet has an incredible art direction that reminds the best works of comic masters like Mignola, Miller and Moebius, but lacks of contents that seems to be ripped-off from the game.
The Suicide of Rachel Foster is an awesome and unsettling "Italian Giallo" set in an abandoned hotel that recalls the one seen in Shining, rich of details that tell a story of love and tragedy.
Zombie Army 4: Dead War works great in co-op and sigle player. Though the stiff controls, mediocre graphics and nothing revolutionary, it offers dozens of hours of fun.