Home Sweet Home

Survival horror Home Sweet Home has been announced with an October release date. Developer Mastiff Games, in partnership with Yggdrazil Group, made the announcement this week. Home Sweet Home will be released digitally on October 9th for all Xbox systems, PS4 and PS4 VR. Members of the Glorious PC Master Race can already avail of this chilling survival horror on Steam.

Home away from home

The game sees players take the guise of “Tim”, a seemingly average guy in fairly un-average circumstances. After a long night filled with mourning and sorrow over the recent disappearance of his wife, Tim awakens to find himself in a strange, dilapidated building instead of the comfort of his own home. Naturally confused, he desperately begins to search for a way out while attempting to solve questions that could lead to answers regarding his wife’s disappearance. At the same time, he’ll find himself being hunted by malevolent spirits. Home Sweet Home takes inspiration from traditional Thai ghost stories, so expect some proper Asian spookiness.

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Home and away

The game is sitting on very positive rating on Steam, so horror fans may want to take note. Have a peruse of the screenshots and you’ll note the claustrophobic atmosphere straight away. Have a read through the official publisher lines below, then peek through your fingers at the gameplay trailer. Those of you brave enough, can grab a digital copy of Home Sweet Home, on release for $9.99(USD). GamEir.

● Gripping Thai Horror – A dark narrative inspired by Thai lore, myths, and beliefs that will captivate players while keeping their palms sweating and pulses pounding with fear
● Sharpen Wits, Not Blades – Without weapons to provide defense against the evil spirits, players must keep their wits sharp at all times in order to survive
● Nicely Tied Together – The use of stealth and investigative skills offers gameplay variety and a chance for players to breathe, but not for long….
● Face Your Fears – Experience a new level of first-person fear and terror with PS VR compatibility


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Brian started gaming on a Commodore 64 before you were born. He played everything worth playing on every platform worth playing them on since then, but refuses to mess with that new fangled VR stuff. Makes him nauseated he says.

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