Zombie Studios

New Daylight trailer, plus release date delayed to April 29th to “make it scarier”

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at 12:44pm April 3 2014

Zombie Studios has confirmed a delay to Daylight, its procedurally generated horror game. Originally due April 8th it’s shifted back to April 29th “to make it scarier” say the dev.

Horror game Daylight plans to let livestream spectators to control the scares

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at 02:18pm February 20 2014
Daylight PS4

Zombie Studios has dropped a bit of interesting info on its procedural horror game Daylight. It’s planning to allow spectators to control the action in the livestream they’re watching.

Blacklight: Retribution PS4 review – Overpriced even at £0.00

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at 05:10pm January 21 2014

Few games dare to dabble in magic, so Blacklight Retribution’s big trick is quite the sight to behold: Load it up, drop into a match and – ta-daaa! – you’d never guess you were playing a next-gen shooter.

Blacklight Retribution releases on PS4 in the UK today – free-to-play shooter doesn’t need PS Plus

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at 10:37am December 4 2013
Blacklight Retribution's free-to-play PS4 model lets you buy or hire items you don't want to grind for.

Free-to-play shooter Blacklight Retribution arrives on PS4 in the UK today having just missed out on the launch. If you’re not a PS Plus member and like multiplayer then this is your game as its FTP status means you don’t have to pay for online services.

Daylight PS4 gameplay footage brings even more survival horror to next-gen

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at 10:48am July 2 2013
Daylight PS4

Here’s a nervy eight minutes of Daylight’s PS4 gameplay. It’s first-person, procedurally generated and so dark that you can forget about playing it on a sunny day unless you’ve got your grandparents’ blackout curtains hung up.

Blacklight: Tango Down review

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at 04:10pm September 14 2011
Blacklight: Tango Down

Chances are, you’ll be happy with your discount rifle right up until the point your life depends on it working correctly. Budget FPS Blacklight: Tango Down evokes the same feeling. You certainly get more than you’d expect for the £9.99 entry price, but ‘cheap’ doesn’t always mean ‘bargain’.

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