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By Andrew Yoon   //   February 20, 2014 8:15 AM

Daylight lets you scare players via Twitch stream

People have been doing some insane stuff with Twitch as of late--like collectively play Pokemon. You can scare players of Daylight in the PS4 version by using Twitch.
By Ozzie Mejia   //   January 6, 2014 11:45 AM

Daylight trailer sheds light on the story

A new trailer for Daylight shows off some of the plot for the upcoming procedurally-generated horror game from Zombie Studios, set to hit PC and PS4 in early 2014.
By Steve Watts   //   June 7, 2013 12:00 PM

Daylight exclusive to PC and PS4, coming in early 2014

Daylight will be coming to the PlayStation 4 alongside the PC version in early 2014, Atlus announced today. It will support RealD 3D and the PlayStation Eye will snap photos of you during scary moments.
By Alice O'Connor   //   March 25, 2013 2:00 PM

Daylight trailer reveals UE4 first-person scarer

Scary games are great and all, I say as someone who rarely ever completes them because I'm a big baby, but the trouble is that once you know the jumps and story beats it's far less shocking. So to keep you on your toes on return visits, first-person scare 'em up Daylight generates its abandoned hospital procedurally. Developer Zombie Studios recently released the first trailer, so come see. Boo!
By Alice O'Connor   //   February 13, 2012 4:15 PM

Blacklight: Retribution open beta begins Feb 27

Zombie Studios' multiplayer shooter Blacklight: Retribution will enter open beta testing on February 27. While the original Blacklight: Tango Down hit consoles as well as PC, the free-to-play follow-up is a PC exclusive with DirectX 11 bells and whistles.
By Steve Watts   //   October 6, 2011 10:15 AM

Blacklight: Retribution beta dates detailed

Blacklight: Retribution will launch the first phase of its beta on October 27, followed by the second phase on November 10.
By Alice O'Connor   //   October 5, 2011 4:15 PM

Blackwater game like kids 'playing cops and robbers'

Attempting to defuse potential controversy, the folks behind the mercenary-branded on-rails shooter have described it as like "kids running around their neighborhood playing cops and robber," and sensible excluded shooting civilians.