Busy signal The surreal horror spectacles don't make up for dull detective work.
Artist’s Interpretation Call of Cthulhu feels like a mostly authentic adaptation, which means you'll probably be insane by the end.
news Edward Pierce has 99 problems, and the creeping horrors of interdimensional insanity is most definitely one.
Column In his column for PC Gamer Indie, creator of the original X-COM Julian Gollop wonders why games only draw tangentially from H. P. Lovecraft.
Inspector Cthulhu Stay with me here: it’s a walking sim RPG with Ace-Attorney-lite detective sections and sanity-driven survival horror. And it’s cool? It’s cool.
Mouth of madness Why it's nearly impossible to truly capture Lovecraft in a videogame, and how Cyanide Studios hopes to pull it off.