[I’m a huge fan of bite-sized games. The goofier and weirder, the better. I had heard of Dread X Collection before, but I’d never really taken a closer look at it until Mr. Knives conveniently put this blog together covering the series. Immediately after watching these trailers, I went ahead and bought them all. Some of it seems like standard indie horror fare, but a lot of it looks like it goes to some pretty fun places. – Kevin]
Think about how cool it would be to have a bunch of wildly different games in one collection. Think Heavy Metal. Think The Animatrix and Love, Death, and Robots. Think of video game anthologies, which were almost non-existent outside the occasional retro compilation that seems to come out every generation until the release of The Dread X Collections.
Source: Destructoid Dread X Collection: An Imperfect Collection of Unchained Creativity