Weekend Roundup: Spooky, scary


Halloween is right around the corner and frankly, it’s probably one of the best times of the year.

Think about it, we all try to scare each other while collecting as much candy as we can, partying as hard as we can or a combination of the two. It’s fun for the whole family!

This past week we began celebrating the scary side of games with our very first Pixel-Fright-Us feature series. We still have a few more of those coming down the pipe, continuing until Halloween, so be sure to keep an eye out for that when it comes.

The rest of our content is also available after the break.


Amazon gives discounts to PS4 Watch Dogs bundle preorders

Latest Dota 2 patch addresses game balance issues

Game Music Bundle of the Damned now live

Pixel-Fright-Us: The 31 Scariest Games

WoW composer fronts Critical Hit, a new VGM cover band

Forza Motorsport 5 gets very limited Paddock Edition

Gran Turismo 6 mode to follow the career of Ayrton Senna

Weekly Digital: Gotta get back, back to the future

PlayStation 4 to require a Day One system update

Internet Archive preserves ancient game relics

Namco delays latest Dark Souls II beta for North America


Top ten non-Mario Party mini-games

Postcard Review: Final Fantasy VII

[NYCC ’13] Introducing the Pixelitis Double Take

Pixelitis Picks: The mightiest superhero games

Pixel-Fright-Us: Psychotic killers and murderous maniacs

Pixel-Fright-Us: Gruesome ghosts and evil entities

Pixel-Fright-Us: Let’s Play Eyes


The Pixelitis Podcast Ep. 58 – Poop shelf toilets


Super Awesome Game Time: Amnesia: The Dark Descent


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Author: Andrew Martins View all posts by
Andrew Martins is the owner/Editor-in-Chief of Pixelitis.net. Over the years, he has written for outlets like GotFrag.com and the New York Daily News. In his spare time he loves to sing at karaoke events, travel to New York City and of course, play video games.

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