Halloween Special: Top Ten Most Frightening Video Games

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With Halloween just around the corner, and the inevitable slew of rubbish horror tie-ins filling up multiplex listings nationwide, why not stay in, draw the curtains and jump behind the sofa with some quality horror-gaming?

Make sure you have clean underwear handy, as we list the top ten most frightening video games ever.

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Gerald Lynch
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  • I am really worried about some of this horror games. All these games are too violent and create negative thoughts.

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  • Resident evil is one of my favorite video games, the first time that I played I was so frightened. I loved that feeling!

  • Gotta say, System Shock 2 is a very good shout.

    Another good one, at least first time I played them, Duke Nukem and Blood, not overly scary these days, but considering the age I was when I played them.


  • God do I feel old… you’ve missed off “The 7th Guest/11th Hour” series. Classic games. I remember playing them with the lights off, blasting it’s CD quality spooky soundtrack through the hifi (I think it was one of the first with a CD-based soundtrack).

    Classic stuff.

    Sure, it’s not got any of the gore or guts like your other selection, but it more than makes up for it in sheer spookiness.

  • No, no and thrice no.

    You’re missing Condemned for starters. Plus Project Zero/Fatal Frame. System Shock 2. Call Of Cthulhu: Dark Corners Of The Earth. And loads of others to boot.

    • Ah, all very good suggestions. System Shock 2 and Condemned especially. But if they were to make the top ten, which of the above would you take out?

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