Friday the 13th: The Game
- Developer: IllFonic
- Publisher: Gun Media
Normally video game adaptations of movies are a bit sub-par, but there’s an exception for Friday the 13th: The Game. This is a video game title that heavily focuses on multiplayer gameplay.
Friday the 13th: The Game can support up to eight players, seven of which are camp counselors while the remaining one will take on the role of Jason Voorhees. There are two end goals of the game, the players will work together in order to defeat Jason while the main enemy player will search and slaughter the hidden camp counselors.
Remothered: Broken Porcelain
- Developer: Stormind Games
- Publisher: Modus Games
Remothered: Tormented Fathers has another installment for fans this year. The video game is known as Remothered: Broken Porcelain and for those of you who were hoping for a sequel to top the first installment, you may be a bit letdown. Still, this game offers the same style of gameplay as the first title. However, there is more combat put in place. Within the game, players take the role of a young girl who gets kicked out of a boarding school and is forced into working as a maid at Ashmann Inn.
It doesn’t take our protagonist very long to discover that there are some dark secrets within the Inn and it’s up to you to uncover what’s really going on. However, the more you dig the dangerous the place becomes. As mentioned, while the gameplay is similar to the first installment where there is plenty of exploration and the focus of fleeing from enemies, players will also get the chance to attack if they carefully sneak behind the enemy. It’s a bit clunky especially at release, but we’re hopeful the development team is able to clean up the game a bit through patches.