This Friday, the remaster of the classic/infamous full-motion video game Night Trap will be re-released in a limited physical run on August 11 (thanks to developer Screaming Villains & Limited Run Games), while the digital release on PS4 and PC takes place on August 15. Due to the positive feedback of the re-release, its sequel, Night Trap 2, is currently in the very early stages of development as it aims to go into full-speed after the original game’s other remastered ports are finished and released. Another interesting little tid-bit is that the original game director, James Riley, will be heavily involved in the sequel’s development. Continue reading ‘Night Trap’ Re-release Sparks ‘Night Trap 2’ Development; Work on Sequel to Speed Up After NT1’s Ports are Done
Yeah, yeah, yeah, I know; Halloween was almost TWO WHOLE WEEKS ago, so allow me to continue to gorging on the awesome sugary-sweets that come with the territory, thinking to myself “holy crap, its November NOW?” Anyway, in the realm of the squared-circle, we see some great Halloween costumes — including John Cena doing his best sexy Nikki Bella dance, which was both funny and disturbing — I have to give the gold medal to The Elite, a faction within the faction, The Bullet Club, consisting of Kenny Omega and The Young Bucks (Matt and Nick Jackson). Continue reading Kenny Omega And The Young Bucks’ Ghostbusters-Themed Entrance Is Why I LOVE Pro Wrestling Halloween
In this episode of Geek Me Five, host Montez McCrary will be discussing five simple and interesting facts about Michael Myers, the main character of the classic horror-slasher film franchise, ‘Halloween’. Continue reading Michael Myers – Geek Me Five #16
As a huge fan of horror and slasher movies (especially from the late-1970s to the 1980s), a game like ‘Slayaway Camp,‘ an top-down isometric puzzle game, is right down my alley; plus, IT’S FREE! In ‘Slayaway Camp,’ you play the killer in a collection of old VHS movies, as you maneuver to hack-and-slash as many as hapless characters who are dumb enough to tempt slasher-troupe fates (i.e., singing at campfires, canoodle around, etc.) while avoiding falling in pits are becoming trapped between obstacles. Continue reading Check out ‘Slayaway Camp’ If You’re a Slasher Flick Fan AND a Fan of Puzzle Games!
In this episode of Geek Me Five, host Montez McCrary will be discussing the interesting history and legacy of horror icon Jason Voorhees of the ‘Friday the 13th’ series in five, easy-to-follow points.
What if you’re like me and you’re short on time and have a LONG on a gaming backlog, but you’re interested in playing The Evil Within? Gamebill Studio is here to help, and similar to their other projects, The Evil Within: The Movie comes with a few additions and improvements to help transition the game to a more movie-friendly format. In the words of editor Nabil Ayari, these are:
I captured the game in 60 frames per second thanks to the debug mod in the PC version, I removed all of the HUD, I’ve added new camera views, I edited some cutscenes, I’ve added a lot of sound effects and some new music inspired by the first Resident Evil to pay tribute to Mikami Shinji and some music composed by 2 of my friends, and a lot of stuff…
Enjoy the film!