Tagged: Bloober Team

We've had a couple of hits with horror titles this year with Outlast and Resident Evil sequels hitting our Xbox's, but Layers of Fear developer Bloober Team have surprised us with a title that crawled out of the woodwork with Observer. Observer is a cyberpunk survival horror title that isn't exactly a walking simulator, whilst most of the game you'll be walking around, you'll also be investigating certain clues and suspicious elements. It's set in the year 2084 in Poland, where Big Brother is watching your every move, after a digital plague from a war took out a chunk of ... Read More »
Given that Layers of Fear is described by developers Bloober Team as a "psychological and psychedelic adventure horror game" it's natural to be apprehensive. The promise of something deeper and more nuanced than other horror titles starts to fray the nerves even before the game has loaded. Layers of Fear takes place in the first half of the 20th century, and is set in a Victorian mansion. Players are tasked with learning the protagonist’s story by collecting meticulously crafted personal items while traversing the ever changing house. The game starts ominously, in pitch darkness and enveloped by the sound of pouring rain and a ... Read More »
If your looking for a horror game this Halloween then look no further. Adventure horror game Layers Of Fear , is now available in the Xbox One game preview. Layers of Fear is a psychedelic adventure horror game about a madness-engulfed insane painter striving to create the work of his life. You will learn the dark story of his past while gathering carefully crafted personal items that can be found in the game. Traverse the vision-induced, constantly shifting house full of supernatural phenomena, where each move of the camera can change the environment, and discover the true motive of the ... Read More »

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