There are many horror games out there. They come in many different forms.
What are the scariest video games ever made? We compiled a list of our favorites. Tell us in the comment section.
10. Condemned: Criminal Origins
The first-person horror game Condemned was released in 2005. It received mixed to good reviews when it was first released, but has since gained a cult following that makes it one of the scariest games in the history of gaming.
Condemned creates an unnerving atmosphere nation creator that can’t be matched. Walking around with weapons at the ready doesn’t seem to help the city of Metro.
The game will leave you as disturbed as Seven and Silence of the Lambs, and it is easy to see why. There are many twists in the story that will leave you questioning humanity at the end of the game.
Condemned 2: Bloodshot is equally frightening for those who enjoy pant-moistening terror.
Chris Walker is last.
Outlast is a modern horror game that was developed by Red Barrels. The renaissance of the first-person survival horror movement can be traced back to the game.
Outlast has a level of tension that creates jump scares on a minute to minute basis. Weapons are not permitted by Outlast.
The only way to escape the horror game is to run and hide. You will feel the desperation to escape the hospital when you see the Walrider. Don’t try to run out of batteries.
Outlast is the scariest game ever made, despite its short length. It has an impressive sequel and DLC to go with its spine-tingling experience.
8. Dead Space 2
Dead Space 2
The first Dead Space game was well received by a lot of people. Dead Space 2 improves the original tenfold.
The work of art within the horror genre can be found in this game. Dead Space 2 is a sequel to Dead Space and takes place on a space station.
The players are equipped with a RIG suit, a stasis module, and numerous firearms, and must navigate the dark chasms of the spaceship to find the problem.
Prepare for intense jump scares.
7. Resident Evil 7: Biohazard
Resident Evil 7
Resident Evil 7 was a return to form for a horror series that seemed to become more action-oriented in the titles that preceded it. The survival horror series returned to its roots in a way that made it popular with a new crowd.
The players have to search for the missing wife of the character they are playing. The game takes you to an old plantation that is home to a strange family.
You will soon find out that navigating through the dark and musty house is not a good experience. There are a number of different weapons that make the experience more enjoyable.
You can play the game in virtual reality mode if you like.
6. Silent Hill 2
Silent Hill 2 is a sequel.
Some of the Silent Hill titles are more terrifying than others. Silent Hill 2 is one of the best survival horror games of all time.
James is in the fictional town of Silent Hill. By following clues and hints, you must find his wife.
Fight or flight instincts can leave you frozen at certain points in the game. Rape, suicide, depression, and a whole load of hard-hitting topics are covered in the game.
Silent Hill 2 is a great game to play if you like your games to have an engaging story.
It’s a P.T.
The P.T. was released in order to promote the Silent Hills game. Silent Hills may have been a blessing in disguise.
A game like P.T. could have tipped us over the edge.
It is different from other Silent Hill games in that it is a first-person perspective. The players are forced to explore a haunted house looking through the lens of an unknown person.
You can progress to the next stage of the game after you solve some puzzles.
4. Silent Hill 4: The Room
Silent Hill 4
The fourth title in the Silent Hill series made it into the list. This game is the scariest game of the bunch.
Henry Townshend lives in a fictional town. The aim of the game is to escape from the apartment.
There are monsters, mysteries, and horrifying unknowns within the dingy, claustrophobic confines of the apartment complex.
The game is tense and the story is compelling. Silent Hill 4 is a great game.
3. Fatal Frame
Fatal Frame is a great example of atmospheric gaming. It was released all the way back in 2001.
In order to explore the abandoned mansion, players must carry a flashlight and a camera, as well as a flashlight and a camera.
The antique camera is used to deal with hostile spirits around the mansion.
The second and third installments of the Fatal Frame series will also be enjoyed by this game’s fans.
2. Alien: Isolation
Alien: Isolation is one of the scariest games to play on a console. It was praised for creating tension and for capturing the spirit of the Alien film series.
The game has a constant sense of fear and dread. You will be on tenterhooks from the beginning because the main Alien antagonist is so unpredictable.
To destroy enemies, use your motion tracker to outsmart them, and just try not to make too much noise.
Alien: Isolation is so frightening because it is based on our experience with the game.
1. Amnesia: The Dark Descent
Can you see this?
Everyone who has played Amnesia: The Dark Descent will remember it. This game is the scariest video game we have ever played.
The 2010 game from Frictional Games creates a level of atmospheric tension that will send shivers down your body.
Amnesia: The Dark Descent is more than just a survival horror game, it has a compelling story, chilling audio, and a unique style that sets the standard in the genre.
Those who are brave enough to finish the game feel a sense of satisfaction.
The Amnesia Collection is the scariest game of all time. This is a must see if you are a fan of horror.