You know that feeling you get when the decade in which you were born suddenly becomes fashionable again, and teens start wearing the sort of outfits that you are embarrassed to have ever worn? Well, in video games, the equivalent is watching indie game aesthetics go through 1-bit, 8-bit, 16-bit and now 32-bit phases, and we certainly aren't complaining.

Chasing Static
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Chasing Static is a 32-bit horror game set in North Wales, of all places, and is all about uncovering government conspiracies and scientific malpractice with nothing but a torch, a camera, and an FM radio that lets you listen to the voices of the dead.

There's currently a demo available on Steam, if you want to check it out ahead of the Q3 2021 release (late summer).