The survival-horror genre has always been a fan-favorite for many gamers today. It's filled with so many tense moments that you can't really get with other game genres today. These games force you to make quick decisions, where staying alive is a real challenge. They'll have you hooked from the very beginning. \n \nOne horror game that's receiving a lot of buzz as of late is Pathologic 2. It's being made exclusively for Windows PC by Ice-Pick Lodge. The basic synopsis is a town has been taken over by a deadly plague. You're forced to make difficult choices in a society that's slowly going down the drain. \n \nCertain choices seem like they're lose-lose, which should really have an effect on you as this game progresses. Like most plagues, you can't save everyone. That's where this game appears to draw you in, making every choice feel so important. \n \nThe concept seems intriguing out of the gate. Fortunately, we got to see this game in full effect thanks to a recent trailer. It's particularly creepy. It starts out with narration from a boy, coupled with some chilling music. We see different areas of this world, which are covered in dark tones. The developers have done an amazing job of giving this world a unique personality of its own. \n \nThe world is dripping with dread, and you'll feel this the moment you pick up the controllers. Much of the trailer focuses on the children. They apparently will have a huge role in Pathologic 2. It seems like they know something we don't, constantly referring to the plague bringer. Who this is remains to be seen. It looks like it's your job to find clues as you interact with different characters in the game. \n \nThe open-world feel of this survival-horror title is amazing to see. It should reward exploration and give you many things to visit along the way to finding answers. Going back to the trailer, there isn't any actual gameplay footage shown. Still, the trailer does a nice job of introducing us to the town that this plague has so noticeably impacted. \n \nPathologic 2 will officially hit the market in May. It will be available through the Steam store. If you have a PC, this looks like a game you'll want to own. Even if you're not a fan of horror-survival games, Ice-Pick Lodge seems to have created something truly unique that is worth your time.