Articles tagged with survival-horror Archives - RetroGaming with Racketboy

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Comparing Resident Evil: Saturn vs Playstation

Classic Re-Publication Presented by Mozgus & Racketboy While it may not have rivaled the console wars between Sega and Nintendo’s 16-bit platforms, there was always a strong debate between the technical strengths and weaknesses of the new-kid-on-the-block Sony Playstation and the Sega Saturn. BTW, we dove heavily into the technical comparisons in our PS1 Strengths […]

The Playstation 2 (PS2) Survival Horror Library

Presented by Ack When people think survival horror, they tend to think of the classics: late night game sessions with Resident Evil or Silent Hill on the PlayStation, nightmares from Alone in the Dark on the 3DO, scaring themselves silly with Eternal Darkness on the Nintendo Gamecube.  But the PlayStation 2 deserves some of the […]

Survival Horror Games & Franchises That Defined The Genre

Presented by Ack Survival Horror.  It is a genre of fear, of emotion, and of atmosphere.  Of all video game genres, survival horror is one of the most plot-driven, setting characters in horrific locales with strange and twisted beings.  It is also a genre that pulls heavily from other mediums, as many of the titles […]

The Playstation (PS1) Survival Horror Library

Presented by Ack (be sure to also check out Ack’s guide to the Dreamcast Survival Horror Library) The history of horror in video games is an interesting tale, some say starting with a few games on the Atari 2600, some saying even farther, to Haunted House on the Magnavox Odyssey.  But it would be the […]

The Sega Dreamcast Survival Horror Library

Presented by Ack See also: Survival Horror 101 and Survival Horror Games and Franchises That Defined the Genre The success of Resident Evil for the PlayStation really brought horror games to the forefront of gaming, finally giving them a genre name to call their own.  Unfortunately, much like the success of Street Fighter during the […]

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