There are two types of horror games – the ones that scare you initially, but have you feeling unstoppable by the end of the game, and the ones that leave you utterly helpless and terrified for the entirety of the journey.
Along with Steam, Kickstarter has helped fuel the huge rise of indie games in recent years. Unless you’ve been living under a rock in the last few years, you would have heard of Kickstarter, or crowdfunding.
It used to be that you needed the latest hardware to run the latest games, but what we’ve been seeing lately is that developers are figuring out ways to maximize the potential of the current gaming graphics cards instead.
2014 was the year that the next generation of gaming, along with the Xbox One and PlayStation 4 consoles, was ”officially” introduced to the mass market. And so 2015 is the year that we got a glimpse of what’s to come in the gaming industry. We got to see what these next-generation consoles were truly capable of.