- Feb 16, 2010
I would say Killer 7 and Child of Eden.
I'm taking it that you never found the "Game Glitch" event in the Zelda-esque temple? That was a pretty good straight scare. So was the infamous Uboa. She kills herself.LilithSlave said:Yume Nikki is a popular free indie game that delves pretty strongly into the surreal mind of a quite depressed little shut-in girl. And aside from being meant for horror, the real horror is in the absurdity. It is a very trippy game. So much so that part of the scariness is that you're always expecting something bad to happen even though it never does. Also surprising for a Japanese game, it's heavily influenced by South American culture.
Is that on steam? Looks messed the fuck up.nbamaniac said:The Rock of Ages. Damn that game was wtf.
I guess. I'm just a pedantic bastard.LilithSlave said:I have beaten the game. I don't really consider that "something happening" because it's not in any of the creepy parts. It's the end of the game and outside of her dreams. You've got to admit, the game is one more of exploration and collection than constant scares and danger. You're taking me a little too literally.
I know what you mean. Although, even though the game itself isn't trippy, Blackhole Sun in Rockband 1 is trippy as shit. I had trouble following the track with the crazy screen effects going on.torno said:I'm going to toss in a vote for The Beatles Rock Band.