Dead Space 4 canceled? Was the series ruined by changes to Dead Space 3?

•March 6, 2013 • Leave a Comment has released an incendiary report indicating that Dead Space 4 has been canceled and the series ended due to the failure of Dead Space 3 to meet EA’s sales expectations. Quoting a “source familiar with the unannounced project”, the report goes on to state that developers Visceral Games were given a directive from EA during the development of Dead Space 3 to tone down the horror aspect of the game and make it more action-oriented in an effort to “(…)make the game feel more like BioWare’s Mass Effect.”

Will there be a future for the Dead Space franchise, and if so, will it be recognizable to those familiar with its origin as a horror title?


•February 27, 2013 • Leave a Comment

According to a recent media alert sent out by Bethesda, in addition to the usual fragging and gibbing LAN party Quakecon is famous for, Quakecon 2013 will also feature exclusive reveals of upcoming games. Could this be the venue for an announcement of the long-awaited Doom 4

Experiencing the Horror- Red Dead Redemption: Undead Nightmare

•February 5, 2013 • Leave a Comment

(This review contains EXTREME spoilers for Red Dead Redemption: Undead Nightmare. Read on at your own risk.) Continue reading ‘Experiencing the Horror- Red Dead Redemption: Undead Nightmare’

Is all hell breaking loose in the Mushroom Kingdom?

•January 7, 2013 • Leave a Comment

Mario isn’t usually a topic that the Horror Pages would have reason to cover- but it seems some weird stuff has been going on in Mario games recently.
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New novella by RedgoateeRob now available!

•December 4, 2012 • Leave a Comment

“…so graphic, it will burn itself into your brain matter forever.” -Shannon Barker

“A fantastic, chilling novella…” -Ryan Postlethwait, guitarist of Mega Beardo and Descension Rate


They Who Suffer, the first novella by Rob Nielsen of RedgoateeRob’s Horror Pages, is now available for purchase!

“In the aftermath of a terrible event that has shattered society and thrown the world into chaos, five survivors cling to life in the remains of an apartment building. To survive they will not only have to face the threat outside their doors, but also the horrific memories one of them harbors.”

Works on PC, Mac, Nook, and IPad via Barnes and Noble HERE, or check it out for the Kindle via Amazon HERE.

Experiencing the Horror- The Evil Dead

•November 15, 2012 • 2 Comments

On December 4 of 2000, THQ released Evil Dead: Hail to the King for the Sony Playstation, with a Sega Dreamcast version of the game following on December 17’th and a Windows version on March 27’th. It was a notable release of a fantastic game, mixing the vivid imagery of The Evil Dead films with the survival horror gameplay of the Resident Evil game series. Most who have played it agree that it is an underrated classic, and I would go so far as to call it one of the unrecognized gems of survival horror gaming.

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Want a free game?

•November 5, 2012 • Leave a Comment

Popcap games and the American Dental Association joined forces to give away free copies of Plants Vs. Zombies for Halloween. The idea was to have people print out coupons with a code to download the game to trick-or-treaters instead of tooth-rotting candy. Thing is, the game is still available to download for free through November 10’th. If you want a free copy, just go to and follow the directions on the site (the code is available in the ‘free printable coupons’ link on the page).

Is Kojima taking over the top spot on Team Silent?

•October 3, 2012 • Leave a Comment

Rumors are racing through the internet that Hideo Kojima, director of such hits as Metal Gear Solid and Snatcher, is going to be the next person to helm the Silent Hill franchise. Destructoid has more information HERE. While debate rages online regarding who should be in the director’s seat for the next Silent Hill game, it is nice to know the series is at least still on Konami’s to-do list.

Halloween Horror Game Guide part V

•September 21, 2012 • Leave a Comment

Much like the classic slasher films, the Halloween Ramp-up Horror Game Guide keeps getting numbers added after its title. With this final installment of the guide, The Best Horror Games- Recent Hits, Anthony Ortale and I decide on the three best horror games of this generation! Did your favorite make the list?  Check out The Best Horror Games- Recent Hits! Also, Anthony Ortale has a special addendum to the guide- a full review of Rise of Nightmares. Though I can’t say I was a contributor to the review, I endorse it wholeheartedly. If you have a Kinect and want a scary game for Halloween, check out his review of Rise of Nightmares!  Also, like the great old slasher films, you never know if the monster is really dead; who knows, if we get enough requests, maybe the Halloween Horror Guide could rise again on some future Halloween!


Halloween Horror Game Guide part IV

•September 20, 2012 • Leave a Comment

Here it is, your Thursday edition of the Halloween horror game guide. Want your horror with a focus on story, or just want scariness for the lulz? We got it right here as Tony Ortale and I decide on the three most entertaining horror games ever made! Check out the Halloween Horror Game Guide, Part IV!