Games that bind – Culling Bros approved Co-Op games

I don’t think I’ve made a secret of the fact that I put a pretty big emphasis on co-operative action, and generally anything that one can participate in a group. We talked about everything from how horror games can be affected by being played by a group, to how the industry has some promising titles … Continue reading Games that bind – Culling Bros approved Co-Op games

The uniquely shared scares of enjoying horror as a group.

We seem to talk a lot about horror on this blog, don’t we? This is kind of odd, since I myself am not the biggest fan of horror games, being far too squeamish and otherwise ‘delicate.’ I was trying to ponder on why we end up talking about the subject matter so much if this … Continue reading The uniquely shared scares of enjoying horror as a group.

Death and horror games: how failure may be the least scary thing a player has to face.

         I have to admit that I’m not really a huge fan of horror games. This is down solely to the fact that I am a HUGE scaredy cat: after playing a good horror game, I’m jumping at my own shadow for potentially days after, if there even are any shadows left … Continue reading Death and horror games: how failure may be the least scary thing a player has to face.