Christian Simon, Kutztown University
The newest trends in scary video games appear to be aimed at an extremely youthful group of players, leading to some discontent among older gamers.
Emily Elizabeth Louie, American University
The best-selling trio of interconnected games is getting a fourth installment. What makes the collection so great, and would an addition shatter its untouchable reputation?
Jordan Oulela, University of Texas at San Antonio
The new survival horror game promises that this year at summer camp will be unlike any other.
Maximilian Padilla-Rodriguez, Florida Atlantic University
19 years after its initial release, this game remains a masterful hybrid of genres, unlike any other.
Tori Barney, Columbia College Chicago
Influenced by innovative minds like Alfred Hitchcock and Stanley Kubrick, this point-and-click RPG is certain to have something for everyone.
Ian Linn, Oberlin College
Though casual viewers may not follow the long-running plot of the franchise, the action/horror TV series is a delightful watch for everyone.
Sophie N. Munoz, University of Texas at San Antonio
No hobby, including gaming, is limited by age. This online hub hosts countless role-playing, horror and other fun games, and it’s not just children who play them.
Summer Brotman, University of California, Los Angeles
The video game throws users headfirst into a shadowy forest of magic and monsters where staying sane is the greatest challenge.
Brady Fitzgerald, Immaculata University
What started as a simple indie strategy horror game quickly evolved into a cornerstone of modern pop culture.
Lisa Lilianstrom, Northern Illinois University
This game isn’t just fun puzzles and a psychotic teddy bear. Its relevant mental health metaphors make it the perfect game to get you through a lonely quarantine.
Anastasia Cottone, St. Bonaventure University
It’s been a good year for scary video games.
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