Are you looking for something to chill your bones? Something to make the shadows seem that much longer and the night that much darker? Something to put the fear back in you? Then you definitely won't want to play Slender: The Arrival.
Slender: The Arrival
Slender Man's a pretty busy boogeyman these days. When he's not inspiring terrible, real-life horror stories, he's starring in video games like Slender: The Arrival, which has arrived for PS4 and Xbox One.
A Waukesha County judge has ruled that the two 12-year-old girls who stabbed a classmate 19 times in order to appease Slender Man will be charged as adults.
Slender Man, Slender Man, does whatever a Slender can. The internet-spawned child-stealing phantom will soon be haunting next-gen consoles when Slender: The Arrival arrives on Xbox One and PlayStation 4.
Despite recent controversies concerning teens who can't differentiate between reality and fiction, Slender Man is back and is ready to scare the hell out of PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 players in Slender: The Arrival.
In the latest facepalm-inducing story from the world of Slender Man and CreepyPasta, a young girl obsessed with The Arrival's antagonist has burned down her house in an attempt to kill her family, who were asleep inside.
Our TV screens are already randomly flickering at the thought of Slender Man coming coming to PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360.
Popular horror game Slender: The Arrival will be making the jump from PC to consoles early this year. Prepare for all the creepypasta you can handle.