Vampire: The Masquerade - Bloodhunt

Vampire: The Masquerade - Bloodhunt

World of Darkness - a setting I would’ve never expected to accommodate a genre like Battle Royale (BR). This weird, but bold move from the developer, piqued my interest, and in a way, earned them my respect. So, I’ve decided to give Vampire: The Masquerade – Bloodhunt (BH) a try, and I’m glad that I have.



  • Fluent, fast-paced, and very vertical movement.

  • All weapons are useful, depending on the situation.

  • Clans and classes have unique, fun, and gameplay-defining abilities and traits.

Real player with 137.8 hrs in game

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It’s good. Probably the only battle royale i’ve ever actually liked, and I have tried fortnite, PUBG, mc hunger games and what not.


1. I love the atmosphere. Vampires are fucking cool. I love how different types of vampires actually look distinct.

2. The feeding is such a nice concept, and some of the powers are really epic. I like the parkour, and way things are handled.

3. The humans in the city and enemy guards give the city a bit more life. Rather than having only players.

4. Pretty good graphics.

Real player with 61.8 hrs in game

Vampire: The Masquerade - Bloodhunt on Steam

Up All Night

Up All Night

I haven’t heard of Fiendish Fiction before but they sure have their fingers on the pulse of horror. This game is a horror lover’s dream. Amazing storytelling, beguiling visuals, and a haunting soundtrack give this game all it needs for a truly scary treat and all just in time for Halloween. Pick this one up if you’re looking for something that’s sure to keep you up all night.

Real player with 6.8 hrs in game

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An excellent horror story with well-written characters! Chilling atmosphere. Although there are many endings, none of them feel rushed - each path gives you more insight into the mystery and the characters' motivations. Also, unlocking the secret bonus scene is so worth it.

Real player with 5.1 hrs in game

Up All Night on Steam

The Shadows Lengthen

The Shadows Lengthen

‘The Shadows Lengthen is a procedural, open-world, horror game running on the Blender Game engine.

What would it really be like to encounter a monster in the woods?

The only objective is to survive the night, by any means necessary.

Confront monsters & Cryptids from Myth and Legend, one on one in the woods!

Intelligent enemy AI

Monsters are rendered & programmed faithfully to their lore.

This is a game made entirely in the UP Blender Game Engine. That means I am not a big studio, I am just an individual who has, with the help of many other artists, been able to create an open world game.

All the assets in this game are unique. From 3D models and animations, to vehicles and audio, there is no stock art included in this project.

Please join me in celebrating what Blender and the UP Blender Game Engine can do!

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The Shadows Lengthen on Steam

Terrordrome - Reign of the Legends

Terrordrome - Reign of the Legends

Absolute waste of money, would not recommend, I think I might’ve actually found the most bottom of the barrel game on here. I remember playing the demo version of this game way back in 2018 during their Kickstarter. The demo was slow and clunky and heavily filled with glitches, but since it was a demo I thought they might improve as development went on, it’s 2021 now and this game still doesn’t feel like it’s worth wasting $15, not even if it was on sale for $5. I mean what could you expect from a game that only has like 2 people working on it, 1 person working on the animations and the other working on the coding. Playing the game feels like if it’s devoid of any testers, I’m guessing that’s where the player comes in. You can tell this is one of the those half-baked, mobile games where they expect the player/buyer to report things wrong with their game so the devs could fix it while at the same time make vlogs and livestreams about their joke of a project. I’d recommend anything else, anything!

Real player with 61.7 hrs in game

If you’re a fan of the first Terrordrome: Rise of the Boogeymen, and more importantly familiar with how to play the previous entry, you’ll find that it’s sequel Terrordrome: Reign of the Legends is worth your while. Even if you’re new to the series, this is a simple fighting game with a multitude of complex mechanics that are fun to explore.

As of writing this review, the is in an Early Access version, so understand that the game is incomplete. The developers, who consist of a small indie team, are actively working on the game and speak directly to their fans and community. So feedback is frequently received and considered.

Real player with 52.0 hrs in game

Terrordrome - Reign of the Legends on Steam

Interactive Horror Stories

Interactive Horror Stories

Story-wise, it’s pretty decent. The game offers a variety of stories to read, and I am a fan of CYOAs. For the horror genre, it does an okay job. However, there are a couple issues I have with the game, keeping it from being a great game. There needs to be some serious proof-reading in all the stories. They are littered with mistakes. Then the lack of sound is odd, really odd. There are some random sound effects in the game that feels more jarring than fitting (just because it’s silent for the majority of the game). Why the dev chose not to add any boggles my mind.

Real player with 6.6 hrs in game

Stories had quite interesting themes, I really enjoyed reading through all of the endings. They were a bit predictable since I watched too many horror movies but nonetheless I would reccomend it for any horror story lovers! It’s also free so why not give it a try If you are into the genre? I was also glad the experience mostly consisted of just text over an image (except the oujia board story) because It would be a lot more scary If It had jumpscares in the form of popping images according to the way the story had progressed. But It’s safe to say there’s none of that! The text alone is enough to creep anyone out especially If you are reading it at midnight like me haha

Real player with 4.3 hrs in game

Interactive Horror Stories on Steam

Retro Classix: Night Slashers

Retro Classix: Night Slashers

The game itself is amazing, but I can’t recommend this port. I did one full playthrough, and suffered near constant flickering and stuttering, as well as random slowdown. Plus it’s the censored version with the green blood and all that.

Hopefully we get a patch to resolve these issues, but as it stands… it’s a monstrosity.

Real player with 12.8 hrs in game

This is a fun beat ‘em up. It will definitely be a part of my Halloween fun this year.

I played it through entirely and didn’t have any problems at all. However, it seems like lots of people do. I’d suggest trying the file in MAME 2003 or Final Burn Neo. They worked fine for me in them too.

Real player with 0.9 hrs in game

Retro Classix: Night Slashers on Steam

Novena Diabolos

Novena Diabolos

A very fun and interesting mystery game!

Instead of the usual “find the monster before it kills you” you have to search for clues, and eliminate suspects, to find the one human among monsters.

Each girl has their own compelling stories and motivations(I don’t cry easy, but I definitely cried at Nari’s story).

It only takes a few short hours to get through the first game. Making later runs even faster, with the skip button.

There’s also plenty of lore and self contained stories for each monster.

Real player with 17.0 hrs in game

finished 1 playthrough in 6 hours, almost able to get 2 characters full good ending ( with help from the ending mode… missed second waifu by a visit.) Was a fun time… hopefully theres a true ending, i do see mention of dlc so . gimmie.

Real player with 6.3 hrs in game

Novena Diabolos on Steam