Eurogamer published this video item, entitled “The 11 BEST Horror Games That You Need To Play! – What’s YOUR Favourite Horror Game?” – below is their description.
Sometimes all you want to do is give yourself the heebie-jeebies, and Ian Higton has a list of our 11 favourite games that will do just that. From #SilentHill2, to #AlienIsolation and (of course) #ResidentEvilVillage at least one of these bone chilling horror video games will be bound to spook you. Got a favourite horror game that’s not on this best-of video? How do you like to play horror games – in bed on the Switch, at a desk on a PC, or on a big TV on PS5 or Xbox X with the lights off? Let us know your top ten horror games and how you like to play them in the comments below!
00:00 – Intro
00:50 – Silent Hill 2
02:55 – Dead Space
05:42 – Amnesia: The Dark Descent
07:46 – Alien: Isolation
10:40 – SOMA
13:02 – P.T.
15:30 – Visage
17:55 – Outlast
19:49 – Until Dawn
22:24 – The Persistence
24:55 – Resident Evil Village
26:38 – Outro
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