WRUP: Isolation.

I'm not playing Alien:  Isolation because a bunch of other Twinstiq folks are and I'm not very into horror games at all, I'm afraid.  Plus.  Halloween has come and gone.

So, let's talk about games OTHER than Alien:  Isolation that the Twinstiq crew are playing:

trulegendkiller:  Alien: Isolation for Game Club. But lots of Halo: The Master Chief Collection, Gears of War 3, Gears of War 4, and maybe some Marvel Heroes Online.

yodav0gs:  Hopefully I'll be able to,finally grab a quiet night this sunday and scare my self to death in Alien Isolation. Aside from that ice still been digging the shit outa Battlerite, I may do a write up or video in the future

greywolfe (twitter, youtube):  not alien:  isolation.  scary games and i are not friends, but i am about half way through saints row 3, which is suitably ridiculous [but a murder simulator], and i'm winding down the longest journey [now complete!].  not sure what to play in tlj's place, but we'll see when we get there.

andrew:  Excitebike 64. Seems like I'm on an N64 kick at the moment.  [editor's note:  andrew has good taste in consoles :)]

And now I turn it over to you.  Are you playing Alien:  Isolation with us?  [remember to get to mission 6 if you are.] - If you're not, do you have a scary game you do like that you have played?  Let us know in the comments!

3 comments

  1. Tim Chesson says:

    I’ve tried Alien Isolation. One day I’ll go back, restart and complete it. It’s pretty terrifying, plus I’ve never been keen on horror games that don’t let you really fight back. Outlast is the only one like that I’ve played and completed.

    This weekend started off a long Dead Space session on Friday night. And Saturday saw me playing a good chunk of Rebel Galaxy on the PS4, but Saturday night and Sunday afternoon were all Titanfall 2. I just hit generation 2.0 with my pilot.

    I’ll probably wrap up the weekend with another Dead Space session tonight.

    • brokedownsystem says:

      Outlast was a bit ridiculous, in how you could simply keep running back and forth in order to avoid your untimely demise, at least at certain points. And yes, I prefer survival horror games where you can actually fight back. Despite how difficult and trial-and-error-ey it was at the time, the first Resident Evil was engrossing and I never felt more relieved to find a shotgun.

      • Tim Chesson says:

        Outlast terrified me at first. I could only play in 30 minutes segments. But once I got acclimated to the mechanics and dying, it lost it’s sting. I still enjoyed it and will probably grab the sequel.

        Resident Evil blew me away at the time. I started playing the remaster on the PS4 a few weeks ago, I need to get back to that.

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