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#113 - UnoSkullmanx
Reply +32
(11/12/2012) [-]
Another overhyped "horror" game, made by someone who can't tell the difference between true fright and jumpscares. Jumpscares AREN'T SCARY, they're STARTLING.
#121 to #113 - richnourishing
Reply +6
(11/12/2012) [-]
Silent Hill nailed it when it came to horror, but that's just my opinion
#133 to #121 - dharkmoswen
Reply +3
(11/12/2012) [-]
#127 to #121 - dremnus
Reply +2
(11/12/2012) [-]
I love silent hill with an almost orgasmic passion... Just sayin'.
#120 to #113 - Oxideee
Reply +2
(11/12/2012) [-]
FEAR was good for real scares
#118 to #113 - iheartsemen
Reply 0
(11/12/2012) [-]
You sound like a fan of TheSpoonyOne...

not saying that's bad
#117 to #113 - thepenname
Reply 0
(11/12/2012) [-]
I haven't watched or played Erie yet, but I 'unno, I think jumpscares are fine when they aren't the only thing a game relies upon. It should be both and the jumpscares should be amplified by how the atmosphere hypes you up. I love it when you're walking around expecting a jumpscare, it doesn't happen, you suddenly feel safe again and then BAM -- right in yo' face. But I do agree with you that jumpscares aren't the be all and end all of horror games. I just think they should work hand-in-hand.
#135 to #117 - dharkmoswen
Reply +2
(11/12/2012) [-]
Resident Evil 2... The Interrogation room:

>Hey, quest item on the back wall! Something's going to attack me!
>Get to the back wall- Ok, so when I pick it up something's going to attack...
>Pick it up- Nothing? Ok maybe when I walk back?
>Almost at the exit- Wow! So maybe this just happened to be one of those actually **************! (as a licker jumps through the glass window at you)

THAT is horror.
#114 to #113 - themastermorris ONLINE
Reply +12
(11/12/2012) [-]
That's why I loved Amnesia. They just made a truly terrifying atmosphere by showing a monster only a few times here and there without him ever just jumping in front of you