Red Bow evokes both Japanese horror and ’90s Gameboy games in an experience that’s interesting but ultimately dull.
Pathologic 2 is brutal, unforgiving, bizarre and not for everybody. It’s also absolutely brilliant and unlike anything you’ve ever played.
SIMULACRA will make you genuinely afraid to get to the bottom of its mysteries, even while you can’t help but keep investigating.
Ancient history meets comparatively recent history in first-person horror game The Beast Inside. Read our full review.
Song of Horror is an effectively creepy horror adventure game that relies on environment over cheap scares. Read more in our advance preview.
Instead of celebrating spring, let’s do Halloween again with IW’s undiscovered indie game picks to evoke an oppressive mood of gothic horror.
Our favorite game releases in March put unique twists on familiar themes like samurai revenge tale or haunted-house-but-in-space. Read on…
My Big Sister drags you into a strange story of love and craziness between two sisters. See what we thought of this horror JRPG…
Waking up with a full back tattoo is bad. Learning that it’s a magnet for evil spirits is worse. Explore haunted homes and uncover the truth behind your latest fashion accessory in HellSign.
Garage: Bad Trip is inspired by B-movies but plays like an AAA title. Can you handle the intensity? Find out in our review!
Is Agony worth all the hype, or is playing this game a hellish experience? Find out in our review!
Lazaretto revisits some common horror game tropes, but is this creepy island worth a visit anyway? Read on to find out…
Driving through a post-apocalyptic wasteland in a muscle car beats taking the train, but does The Only Traitor hold up to The Final Station? Read on!
Night Blights is a first-person jump-scare game about the terror of childhood. Can you survive the horrors of your own imagination? Find out in our review,
Take a ride down the rails in The Final Station. Will you end up on the wrong side of the tracks? Find out in our review.