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Allison Road: Unlike the ill-fated Silent Hills, this game was granted a second life. Allison Road was originally announced in July 2015 as an homage to Silent Hill P.T.The game’s developer, Lilith ltd., launched a successful kickstarter which asked for $250,000, but this was cancelled after game publisher Team 17 agreed to provide the necessary funds for the project. Both Lilith Ltd. and Team 17 were hoping for a release in the third quarter of 2016, but it was announced via the game’s twitter account the production had been cancelled. Two months later, Lilith Ltd. relaunched production without the aid of Team 17, and created another Kickstarter campaign to get the game running. According to the official website, Allison Road has you play as an unamed protagonist who wakes up with amnesia. Players are given five nights to learn the truth about your identiy, discover the mystery behind the house you are in, and defend yourself against various dark entities you encounter on your quest. The storyline is minimal, and players are meant to explore the game’s story and meaning. Explore this website for more games: https://uscasinosguide.com/online-casinos-accepting-us-players/
There are also plans for a multiplayer campaign, but no information has been released on what it will entail. Lilith, Ltd is hoping to release the game onto PC, as well as Xbox One and PS4, but its release is unknown, estimated to be somewhere in late 2017 or early 2018. Number 11. Routine: Taking the same steps as Alien Isolation, Routine is set in an abandoned space station way out in the depths of space. Players must explore the halls and read files left behind by the crew in order to discover their fate. However, there are also unknown enemies stalking the halls the player must evade in order not to become their next victim. The vacent areas are remanicent of Bioshock’s Rapture, leaving players with the same feelings of hesitation and vulnerability that game had to offer. The game seems to want to emphasize it’s the anticipation of a scare that is more terrifying than the scares themselves.
Players will have limited resources to defent themselves, which is a step towards acclaim in a time of mostly mundane action horrors we’ve become used to. The game is set to be released in March of 2017, and those who wish to play are reminded that in space, no one can hear you scream. Number 10. P.A.M.E.L.A [Pamela]: A game predicted to be the next big story-based horror survival since Bioshock, Pamela is a first person, open world shooter set in a dystopian world. The player awakens from cryo sleep to find a once utopian city now deralict and inhabited by psychotic survivors. Pamela’s game mechanics are similar to survival games such as The Forest and Stranded Deep, with players having to scavenge for supplies in order to fight off starvation, dehydration and enemies they encounter. Initially announced in 2015, the game was greenlit for Steam, reaching the #1 spot within 48 hours.