Posts Tagged ‘D’

Buy D On Steam And See What The ‘D’ Stands For

Psychological horror interactive movie and adventure game D┬áis one of those games from that wacky time in the mid-’90s when developers tried to blend the then-new ability to use full-motion video on PC and consoles with traditional video gaming into something coherent. It was a heady and strange time in the gaming world, one in which it looked as though the mediums of cinema and gaming were slowly becoming one. Thankfully, though, that didn’t happen, and the interactive movie fad died hard. But if you want to peek, hey, it was revived on GOG earlier this year and now it’s on Steam too. Read the rest of this entry »

Kenji Eno’s Horror Cult Classic D Makes Digital Debut

Dr. Richter Harris is a bastard. Not because he’s the mass murdering bad father of survival horror classic D [wikipedia page], but because he truly scared the life out of me when I was 11 years old. Released originally for the 3DO in 1995, D made its way onto European and North American consoles (and MS-DOS) in 1996. I played it the following year and, having missed the original Resident Evil the first time round, D was my first proper taste of the horror genre – one that’s stayed with me ever since.

Now, some 21 years on, the late Kenji Eno’s seminal works has appeared on GOG and I think you should give it a bash.

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