Tzimici furniture. 'Nough said.TakerFoxx said:For me, Vampire the Masquerade: Bloodlines. That hotel freaked me out the first time I played through it, and there were plenty of other levels that were deliciously creepy in their own unique way.
My pants were soiled when I first met them in Pripyat (It was in a mission). They were hard to find, they hit hard and they made you struggle against them.wombat_of_war said:there is also call of pripyat where you realise an emsission is comming and you have to take cover in the nearest place which happens to be a large crack in the ground which you just know is the lair to lots of something
Turning off the music in Dead Space also helps immensely. It's just too cheesy not to undermine the horror; sounds like an orchestra falling down.LuisGuimaraes said:Wanna have fun with RE4 or Dead Space?
Start a new game and set you TV graphic settings to Brightness 30% (RE4) or 40% (DS1&2), Contrast 60%, Color 0%, and play in the dark. Those games really feel like horror titles if you do that.
Here-here. +1 for Dark Corners Of The Earth, awesome game dripping with atmosphere. I'll also mention Shadow Of The Comet simply because of the pervasive feeling of doom that hangs over the whole affair despite being an ancient adventure game.Kyber said:Call of Cthulhu: Dark corners of the Earth
I'm a huge lovecraft fan, and even though the gameplay is pretty terrible, it's based off Shadows over Innsmouth, and Shadows over Innsmouth was fantastic. There is just something about discovering unspeakable horrors, horrors that you can't even affect. You are just a spectator in this display of unimaginable horror and fear. To go farther and feed your curiosity , is committing to finding out about things better left hidden. Ia! Mglui naflftagn Dagon e Y'ha-nthlei!