By Ashton Cox
There has been so little to do in terms of activities and events because of COVID, but hopefully gamers can still go to GameStop. Gamers can get these games that will or have already came out from the classic Final Fantasy series to the Dark Pictures Anthology.
Oct 2 Final Fantasy VII Part 2
“The original Final Fantasy VII, released in 1997, is a classic epic told across 3 PlayStation discs. Final Fantasy VII Remake is a modern retelling that sets out to expand the universe by involving many of the side stories once known collectively as “The Compilation of Final Fantasy VII” while also weaving in new narrative threads.”
Jun 14, 2016 Dead by daylight
“Dead by Daylight is an asymmetric survival horror video game developed by Behavior Interactive and published by Starbreeze Studios. The game takes place across four locales which are based on the places the killers became murderers. Over time, the evilness of their actions accumulated there until it attracted the attention of the Entity, an unknown force of darkness from a place with no name. The Entity pulls those who encounter it into a purgatory of its own construction, where they must play an endless game of life or death in the Entity’s recreations. The killers, who worship the Entity, are tasked with hunting down the survivors and sacrificing them, while the survivors seek an escape from the nightmare”
Oct 30 The Dark Pictures Anthology: Little Hope
“Supermassive Games has announced that The Dark Pictures Anthology: Little Hope will be released on October 30, just in time for Halloween. Check out the intense new trailer up top, which gives some new details about what we can expect from the decidedly more supernatural story. The first entry in the Dark Pictures series, Man of Medan, had some elements of the paranormal but there’s a greater focus on pirate kidnappers. Little Hope seems more like a traditional ghost story, involving “a town with a sinister past,” “five lost souls,” creepy little kids, witches, and some messed up-looking reanimated corpses. Our own Leon Hurley said in GamesRadar’s hands-on Little Hope preview that it’s “building on the best bits of Man of Medan and tweaking the elements that perhaps didn’t land as soundly.”