Discussion in 'Misc. and Multiplatform Games' started by Silver Sable, Jan 30, 2006.
I completely forgot about Fester's Quest....so true
F.E.A.R.and that little girl
Which theme? The one used in Nibelheim? It has a very creepy vibe to it and it reminds me a lot of a much darker Terminator music.
But yes, I agree to an extent and I love the music.
I always wanted that freaking game. I can't find it anywhere though!
Not to sound like a ***** lol, but ah when I first played the suffering and in the beginning when that crazy creature thing runs across your cell and clanks its claws against it creating sparks and he laughs because Torque sort of jumps back a little. This seriously made me soil my jockies, I had to put down the game controller and have a debate with myself for like half an hour saying "I can do this." lol. How pathetic is that? Though I have to say I was playing it in the dark at like 2:00 in the am.
I didn't find The Suffering scary at all. It was just a really awesome action adventure to me.
Actually, I did jump ONCE in the swamp when that picture of the butterfly flashes and the music goes "FWAH!!!", but that's because I usually jump at sudden, unexpected noises.
The scariest thing is still the Shalebridge Cradel, though I have not played Condemned.
The Suffering as a game didn't scare me...but those babies crying in the background kept me freaked out for weeks to come.
Jeez, I forgot the name of it, but it was a dreamcast game, and the point of the game was to get thru this haunted them park without getting too scared, because your character had a scared meter. I remember at the very beggining, you walked up to the them park and it looked like a grave yard, and the music was like, this guy making creepy circus music with his mouth, and there was this huge coffin staning upright, and it had a huge eyeball on it and that's where I turned the game off.
Ahh yes, Illbleed...
Click on the video called "getting through the horrors"
This game always scared the **** out of me.
You'd love the Max Payne nightmare sequences.
There's another one, when you reached a dead end in the blood trail area and the baby ripped out this high pitched pissed off scream I seriously paused the game and walked out of the room with my heart racing
Not scary creepy But Mario 3 and Super Mario World have Creepy music in the darker levels.
Did you even read the entire post
Well, I don't find the actual music scary or horrific. It's just that the music is effective because them levels always put me on edge because of some of the really annoying obstacles in the way (mainly the castles) so the music doesn't help at all.
Really good score though
Well, the Ghost World carousel thing in Mario 64 did creep me out a lot
Silent Hill, SH2 and SH3.
All the Clocktower games.