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Review: The Dark Pictures Anthology: Little Hope

Supermassive Games is serving up another communal horror adventure just in time for Halloween. Whether you dug Until Dawn and only Until Dawn, or you also played Man of Medan and thought it was decent cheesy fun, or you're removed from this...

 
 
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Something's in the fog in Dark Pictures: Little Hope

Supermassive Games has dropped a new trailer for the next entry in its creepy horror anthology The Dark Pictures. Little Hope will launch on PS4, PC, and Xbox One on October 30, promising players a particularly creepy Halloween weekend. Fol...

 
 
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Supermassive and Harmonix are making Stadia-exclusive games

One of the many knocks against Stadia thus far is that it doesn't have any exclusives worth getting worked up over. That might be changing as Google has signed on two developers who have cult followings. Both Supermassive Games and Harmonix...

 
 
 
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You better watch your back in The Dark Pictures: Little Hope

After a recent delay to fall 2020, Supermassive has a new seven-minute gameplay video for The Dark Pictures: Little Hope, its latest choice-based horror adventure following Man of Medan and Until Dawn. Straight up, this isn't the most rive...

 
 
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The Dark Pictures: Little Hope has been delayed until fall

Publisher Bandai Namco, along with developer Supermassive Games, has regrettably announced that the next entry in horror series The Dark Pictures Anthology has been hit with a delay and will not meet its summer release window. Little Hope w...

 
 
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The Dark Pictures: Little Hope is coming to curse your summer

Bandai Namco has released the first trailer for Little Hope, the next terrifying adventure in The Dark Pictures Anthology. Once again players will relive supernatural tales of terror, as narrated by the omnipresent voice of a sinister figur...

 
 
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Little Hope is the next game in the Dark Pictures Anthology

Following its work on the horror adventure Man of Medan, Supermassive Games is switching gears to Little Hope, the next standalone game in the Dark Pictures Anthology. It's a witch tale with Will Poulter. We got a new trailer today from Ban...

 
 
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Horror adventure Man of Medan is giving out Friend Passes

Until Dawn is better with friends, and while I haven't played Supermassive's latest horror-adventure romp Man of Medan – it's buried in my "not yet" pile – I'm confident that sentiment holds true. Bandai Namco is running a limit...

 
 
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Review: The Dark Pictures: Man of Medan

"Like, zoinks gang! We're stranded on a spooky ghost ship!" is what I imagined the cast of Dark Pictures: The Man of Medan to say when I booted it up. They did not! Instead this very horrific tale from the horror masters...

 
 
 
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The Dark Pictures: Man of Medan reveals its multiplayer modes

If the horrors of Until Dawn left you jumping in the dark, then at least with the upcoming Dark Pictures saga Man of Medan, you'll be able to share those scares with pals, as Supermassive Games has revealed multiplayer modes for their upcom...

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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Shattered State trademarked by Until Dawn devs Supermassive

Supermassive Games, the developer behind interactive slasher title Until Dawn have trademarked an upcoming project title, Shattered State.There is little to go on, other than the title and a logo that surfaced this weekend on ResetEra, but ...

 
 
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Review: The Inpatient

Until Dawn surprised the hell out of me. On the surface, Supermassive Games' cinematic horror adventure looked like standard slasher-film fare, but it played with genre tropes in such a delightful way and knew how to balance tension, thrill...

 
 
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Supermassive delays The Inpatient and Bravo Team to 2018

Until Dawn creator Supermassive Games' two upcoming PlayStation VR projects are taking extra time and won't make it out this year as previously announced. Welp, more Resident Evil 7 it is! The Inpatient, which marks the return of Until Dawn...

 
 
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Supermassive's crime thriller Hidden Agenda hits PS4 today

Until Dawn developer Supermassive Games has a new story-based adventure title out today. Does Hidden Agenda ring any bells? It first made the rounds back at E3 as part of PlayLink, Sony's social gaming initiative that incorporates smartphon...

 
 
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I'm excited to watch Hidden Agenda

At E3 2017, Until Dawn developer Supermassive Games seemingly simultaneously announced Bravo Team, Inpatient, and Hidden Agenda. We didn't cover Hidden Agenda much, so to catch you up it's a story driven game with choices and quick-ti...

 
 
 




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