In this video, we take a look at the Top 15 Upcoming Disturbing INTENSE Horror Games 2017 & 2018. These Video also cover New Horror games of PS4, XBOX ONE & PC. Some Game Demos out now you Must try. Which one you want to play comment your thoughts like the video and Subscribe For More.
00:00 - Visage (PS4, Xbox One, PC) Tab 2017
01:43 - Never Again (PC) 2017
02:21 - Witchkin (PC) Oct 2017
03:16 - Call of Cthulhu - Dec 2017
05:30 - Home Sweet HomE (PC) Tab 2017
06:26 - Ghost Theory (PS4, Xbox One, PC) Dec 2017
08:07 - Last Hills (PS4, Xbox One, PC, VR) Tab
09:21 - Rail Theory (PC) Tab
11:07 - Ad Infinitum (PS4, Xbox One, PC) Tab
12:01 - A Plague Tale: Innocence (PS4, Xbox One, PC) Tab
12:39 - Today is my Birthday (PC) Tab
14:00 - Hunt: Showdown (PS4, Xbox One, PC) Tab
15:09 - Observer - Aug 15, 2017
16:15 - Remothered - Tormented Father (PS4, PC) Tab 2017
18:21 - The Evil Within 2 - Oct 13, 2017
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Rail Theory @ 9:43 looks like Doom/Quake meets RE4...smh. No doubt its a fun 3rd person shoot em up game, but it ain't a true horror game--as in, get clean underwear and leave the lights on because the terror and anticipation of what you'll find around the next corner is driving you insane. Fortunately, almost all of the games in this compilation look like good, classic atmospheric survival horror titles--glad we made horror great again!
Last Hills trailer copies a lot from Cyberpunk's 2077 trailer, Rail Theory looks like Dead Space + RE4 (nice), Today is My Birthday (outlast DLC), Observer (Cyberpunk Horror game = HYPE) & The evil Within 2 (HYPEx2) :y
Almost all the trailers of this games gave me the sense that I've seen it before. I mean most of the details: monsters, locations, game mechanics, even part of plot that has shown in the video – all of this were in another horrors. It's not interesting and scary anymore. Unfortunately, genre of horror is slowly dying because it's impossible to create fresh ideas when there is too many scary games and films.
Yeah, I definitely agree that over the years we get more and more desensitized by horror games, and I know that people often rag on jump scares, but you'd be surprised how well a well placed jump scare can hold up even today. When I first played Resident Evil 7, I wasn't really expecting to be that scared; especially since I was playing it in college with my roommate in the room, but as it turned out it ended up being probably the scariest survival horror experience I had since I played Resident Evil 2 on PS1. lol And this is coming from someone who played Silent Hill 2 just a couple years ago. I don't know why, but I just didn't find that game as scary as other people said it was. But I don't really think people play horror games just to be scared. I mean, I really liked The Evil Within. It wasn't really scary at all, but it had really nice atmosphere. And the visual design of some of the monsters and environments were pretty interesting. The story was actually really interesting and unique as well. The only problem was it was very hard to understand and confusing. I'm really looking forward to The Evil Within 2, even though I highly doubt it will scare me. For one, it looks to have a similar atmosphere to the original, and they seem to have really expanded on the gameplay, monster designs, etc.
I think that in horrors process of reusing ideas is more noticeable because... Ok, it'll be hard to explain, but I'll try. When you play games of another genres you play it for interest. You just want to know plot, watch characters' behavior or, maybe, you just like game mechanic and feel exited about game process. But when you play horror game you want to be scared. Like I've said earlier, It's nearly impossible to scare person who played in large amount of horrors because he see nothing new and predict almost all scary moments. Yeah, when you predict the plot in normal game it's shitty too, but it's easier to generate something interesting when you need just catch human's interest and attention, not make him fell fear.
I really hate it when people say that, because the same could pretty much be said about any genre, not just horror or survival horror. I mean sure, there are a lot of reused ideas, but it isn't necessarily a bad thing. And look at other types of genres, like first person shooters, Sci-Fi, racing, Adventure, etc. Every genre reuses most of the main ideas from their early predecessors. It's what defines the genre. I mean look at really popular games like GTA a and Elder Scrolls. Those series haven't exactly evolved that much either when you really think about it.
Had to watch a commercial about a gay mmf threesome halfway through this video. Just thought I'd let the uploader and the audience know what's being pushed in the middle of a "upcoming video game" video. Probably a lot of kids watching...
"Best upcoming" lists always confuse me. Like, how do you know it's the best if it's still upcoming?
Witchkin looks... really bad lol. Like, not-even-disguisable-with-a-trailer bad. Ditto for Hunt. Ghost Theory might be cool.
VIsage looks like a P.T. clone or a wannabe game based of P.T. There is like nothing original about it. You are in a house, and whoopsie dope! Jumpscares that mean nothing! Truly horrifying jumpscares serve a purpose that go beyond just startling you. I am not excited for it at all.
It's funny that they're trying to make this "spiritual successor" to Silent Hills when Silent Hills wasn't planning on being in first person. If these morons actually took the time to watch the credits of the P.T. they'd notice that there is a message saying "This does not represent the final game."
I mean, considering Silent Hills never happened, PT was bound to spawn some projects to fill the void. I don't feel like that's necessarily a problem in itself, it's just a shame that most of them ended up sucking.
At least in Visage's case, it's been in development for long enough that I think we can reliably say it's not just trying to ride the hype, so that's something.
i really like remothered-tormented father which remind me much of rule of rose...
A Plague tale: innocence caught my attention to...
Getting bored with first person, it make me feel dizzy, dont know why... just ghost theory and home sweet home that make me feel interest... but still not really wait for it
i'll go with rail theory which really remind me of RE with third person... the important fact third person is something i miss in the trend of all horror game became outlast wannabe
This "first-person-horror" is already getting old. "Visage" looks pretty scary, so does "Allison Road". The rest of those games looks super mediocre. Remothered seems to be pretty promising, this kind of Clock-Tower/ Rule Of The Rose/ Haunting Ground horror is one I really missed!
Don Lupus i thought i was the only one who played clock tower 1 2 and 3 n haunting grounds i wud b proud to say i have them still but my farther misplaced my haunting grounds but for the clock towers i have all three
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