Level Zero brings you a fresh take on multiplayer horror


It’s true what they say: You don’t really know somebody until you’ve fended off monsters with them during a blackout on a space station. A new wave of co-op and PvP horror games have taught us a lot about the true character of our friends. Everybody a gangsta until the ghost in Phasmaphobia actually responds to your on-mic teasing, for example. And at least one person in your Steam friends list, it seems, has been training their whole life to be a serial killer in order to be this

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