Clock Tower is a series very close to my heart, one of the earlier survival horror games and one to define a side of the genre. It has it's own ups and downs, as well as an inconsistent development team across the series, but it still manages to be iconic
Indie directors work incredibly hard to get their vision out to people, and horror directors in particular seem to have a great love for their genre. Richard Rowntree is one such director, with two short films and one feature successfully crowdfunded in the past, and his newest vision in the
Citrus features generous fan service to those into the yuri genre, from frequent fervent kisses to convenient shower censorship. However it never feels cheap, and the dominant part of the show is a rather mature love story between well developed and realized characters.
Yuri drama/romance series Citrus has greatly impressed over the first half of the season, forming a dramatic and emotionally thrilling romance story between two unique characters. The series follows Yuzu Aihara, a girl who refers to herself as a 'gyaru'...
In the world of old school FMV titles, The Fear could be one of the best, with its J-horror elements, themes ranging from demonic possession to astral projection, and the very well done and atmospheric mansion area the story takes place inside.
The Woods is highly recommended viewing for both fans of Sugar Pine 7, and for fans of horror content in general. They capture the essence of a slasher film, and mix it with the desperation found in isolation.
Survival horror is a subgenre of video games inspired by horror fiction that focuses on survival of the character as the game tries to frighten players with either horror graphics or scary ambience. It's a genre that's dipped in and out of fashion, but never truly disappeared.d thriving is a