[Madness is on the rise lately. Not madness as a plague across our world but madness as a game mechanic. Do you like other games with themes of insanity or Lovecraftian horror? Join the community and start a blog! ~Striderhoang]
[I tried to shop this pitch around for a little and had no such luck. Ultimately, I decided to flesh it out a bit and turn it into a blog post.]
“The oldest and strongest emotion of mankind is fear, and the oldest and strongest kind of fear is fear of the unknown.
Guillermo del Toro may have found a new home for his Lovecraftian horror game idea he calls Insane. He told the Toronto Sun that "we are in talks with a very, very big company". "I can't say who," he added, "but it's one of the big ...
Bloodborne really nails the whole “Lovecraftian Horror” thing. YouTuber Super Bunnyhop has put together a cool (spoiler-filled!) video highlighting the many ways the game references the work and worlds of H.P. Lovecraft. Read more.....
Sighs of relief for gaming and movie horror fans the world over. It seems that Guillermo Del Toro's Lovecraftian game project Insane has survived the loss of publisher THQ and is very much still alive at a new developer.