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AT's Top 10 Scariest Video Games

4. BioShock

Often referred to as the spiritual successor of System Shock 2, BioShock practically embodies all the elements of suspense, drama and horror, neatly enwrapping it all in a fulfilling plot and adding contemporary visuals and superb art direction. The fictional underwater setting, portrayed effectively through locations of Rapture city, creates a moody and unique in-game ambiance. The trouble with BioShock though, was that by the time it got out, many experienced gamers did not find it all too scary. The game uses somewhat obvious tactics to induce fear and anxiety. Actually, it's nothing we haven't seen before. On the other hand, that doesn't mean you'll play the game without so much as flinching. Generally, most gamers are bound to be afraid at some point - as soon as the main character arrives to Rapture and the first tormented human-like opponents rush at him. The shock-effect reaches its climax, when you catch a glimpse of "Little Sisters," as they feast upon nearby corpses, innocently calling out to their guardians; the robust and ill-tempered "Big Daddies." Next-generation horror finally has a name - BioShock. Just so you know others have declared BioShock one of the scariest titles ever released and publications like Wired acknowledged that BioShock tops most modern-day movies when it comes to intimidating audiences.

3. Resident Evil 3: Nemesis

You simply can't talk about top-notch horror and omit a name like Resident Evil, known throughout Japan as Biohazard. After two successful iterations, RE promptly gained fame and was released on the PlayStation, GameCube, N64, Sega Saturn Dreamcast and PC. The first two games have undoubtedly set precedents, but you could easily say that the horror franchise culminated with Resident Evil 3: Nemesis. Paying the game alone (preferably at night with the old headset) can cause some serious fear and panic attacks, especially if you're new to the genre. RE3 features classic monsters-jumping-from-closets style moments, stylishly thrown into play. More than that, Capcom, the creators of the series, are known for producing some of the most hideous unearthly monster designs ever seen in a game (or in a movie, for that matter). Bizarre abominations will leap at you left and right. One of the best survival horror licenses, reached its fourth installment and is going to continue with Resident Evil 5. Not to mention, the game lived to see three blockbuster movie adaptations.

2. F.E.A.R.

The game's title says it all. Monolith's F.E.A.R. is considered by many as the very definition of a modern-day horror FPS. Why? Well, you'll certainly know why if you've played it. Players are thrown into a fast-paced, but carefully directed FPS experience, as they rush through darkened, claustrophobic corridors, witnessing excessively violent scenes almost every step of the way. Some of these scenes will have you scared stiff. As 2lions said: "you can use your flashlight AND your gun, and the game will STILL scare you!" The developers cleverly implemented scenes of dread and horror to keep you on your toes through the entire game. Besides the superb atmosphere, there are certain aspects of this game that made it stand out. For one thing, we'll never forget Alma, the eerie little girl whose presence creates a disturbing, yet very effective, ambience worthy of first-rate horror movies. Her role is significant, but further details on her backdrop and purpose are expected to emerge with release one of Monolith's next endeavors - Project Origin. Another exceptional aspect of F.E.A.R. was the intelligent behavior of enemies; an opponent sees you, he knocks a table over and immediately ducks behind it. This is but a mere example, but such AI behavior greatly contributed to some intense combat situations. An unforgettable experience to say the least.

1. Silent Hill

One of the most influential survival horror titles, Konami's Silent Hill is easily the scariest game of all time. If you want to know what it feels like to be in the center of an honest-to-God horror narrative, Silent Hill is your cup of tea. Players are thrown into literarily terrifying situations. For starters, when playing, you'll get a perfect idea of how it feels to be the sole survivor and frequently the only living thing for miles around. Isolated and uneasy, you walk through the mist-enshrouded surroundings, regularly inhabited by sinister bloodthirsty life forms, and all you have to keep you company is a trusty handgun and, of course, sparse ammo, to raise the stakes in typical horror fashion. Certain scenes are likely to creep out even the greatest skeptics. While most hardcore gamers feel Resident Evil is the mother of all horror games, Silent Hill objectively came out as the top choice in our list for one simple reason - the game is damn scary. Resident Evil may have provided the cornerstone, but Silent Hill manages to encompass all the essentials any top-quality horror game should have. The success of the video games eventually brought about a big-screen version and a series of Silent Hill comic books.

Added by 2Lions:

0. Nancy Drew Mystery Games

Seriously, think about it. It's a mystery game about a 1950s female detective that no one has ever heard of. People have forgotten who Elvis is, and yet Nancy Drew is topping the sales chart every_single_month.

If we are to write off several more outrageous theories, the only plausible explanation remains that Nancy Drew games are the manifestation of a huge self-sustained AI "organism" that is able to manipulate sales of PC games by harvesting souls of casual shelf-browsing consumers.

Through the modern society's dependency on information, DrewNet uses companies like NPD Techworld to pave the way for its global domination via digitally-induced terror of the human flesh.

You know I'm right. Nancy Drew Mystery games are scary on a level so profound you are now at risk just by knowing this information.

And the Runners-up Are...

The following were also considered:

- Alone in the Dark
- Unreal
- The Suffering
- Silent Hill 2, 3 and 4
- The Darkness
- Fatal Frame
- Condemned: Criminal Origins
- Resident Evil 1, 2 and 4
- Manhunt

As always, you may or may not agree with our choice, so we'd be more than happy to hear your comments and suggestions on the subject.

(Go ahead and disagree with my choice. I'll just know DrewNet got to you. - 2Lions)

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ukjadoon Sep 03 2009, 12:00 am EDT
I think Manhunt, Fatal Frame and Condemned deserved a spot in the top ten more than FEAR at least, I mean FEAR was not that scary at all!! :S
  Stick!: eh, to each his own. But i swear, that game was prob…
Vodoo Sep 03 2009, 12:00 am EDT
"claps like an idiot"

congrats guys, this had got to be one of the most amusing posts in months and i doubt something will top it anytime soon. the last bit nearly got me to the point i thought i would need a new monitor as the toxic mix of cola, chips, booze, red bull, biscuits and sunflower seeds showered my screen in a beautiful rainbow of gastrointestinal filth.

i don’t agree however with HL, Bioshock, RE as scary games....they all have superb atmosphere but not scary. maybe a few chills in certain moments of eerie silence and 50's music in a far away corner of the facility (thinking of Bioshock) but for me personally no fear inducing moments.
FesterSilently Sep 03 2009, 12:00 am EDT
Okay, just to vent my ire up front, the top 4 should (obviously, in *my* bloated opinion) have been:

4. Thief 2

3. Fatal Frame

2. System Shock 2

1. Alien vs. Predator 2

"F.E.A.R." was scary for, like, the first couple hours, but then it got old REAL fast. (I enjoyed the game throughout, to be sure, but the empty scare tactics failed rather quickly) Move this fucker down the list.

"Doom 3"? Puh-leez. Fuck sales stats. The opening cinematic was AWESOME, and the atmosphere was dark and scary, sure, but the "set up; jump out at you" scare tactics wore out faster than those in F.E.A.R. Should definitely be on the list, but much further down.

"Suffering" definitely should get honorable mention...I'd even say it might oughtta kick one of the others off to scrape in at 10th place. Definitely a fun ride that was worth the B-movie budget it had.

"Silent Hill", as a series, was good...and consistent...but never, I felt, "great". The atmosphere (which was 90% of the selling point for the game) was non-pariel, but...but...the atmosphere took over from anything else good that might have been going on. Like decent having a clue what might have been going on in the fuck-all twisted being able to SEE half the time, the frightening bugeroos that were jumping out at you, ostensibly to scare you (Doom 3, anyone?). Nah - between all that "obscurity" and the poor console-port control-scheme (I'm a PC-guy...sorry. *sad face*), I could never in good conscience put any of the "Silent Hill"s up on my shelf-o-glory.

Bioshock was a FAN-fucking-TASTIC game, but...scary? And in the top ten of scary? No way, Jose. It had some scary bits here and there, but not a "scary" game in my book. Why not something like...

..."Thief" 1, 2 or 3? (Probably 2, though) Those fuckers, especially the 2nd masterpiece, had me sweating psychologically thrilling bullets the entire few weeks it took me to complete 'em!

"Resident Evil"? Liked 'em, but, well: "jump out and scare you million times"...nearly the *same* fucking way every time? Please refer to "Doom 3" Lather, rinse, repeat.

"AvP2" Ahhh...the times I had to change my panties as I played that game (especially throughout the human campaign) brings a tear to my eye...especially remembering the huge dry-cleaning bill that resulted from it! Now having said that this oughtta be number one, and here's the BIG FUCKING proviso, *if* one has seen the Alien movies (especially the second one, "Aliens", from which the brunt of the source material has been taken, then one will TRULY get into the game and have the ever-livin' shit scared out of 'em. Even upon replaying the static campaign, because even when you know the aliens are around the next corner, you NEVER know if you're gonna make it through that dark, frightening and bloody gamut yet again...and it's as scary as hell.

Anyway - I seem to have wasted enough of everyone's precious masturbating time with my over=zealous ravings.



Maybe we could make "Deus Ex 2" TEH most scariest game EVAR, because it's shit-stone frightening how we went from one of the greatest games ever (Deus Ex 1) to the sequel that sucked the life out of everyone in a billion-mile radius. I'm just sayin'. :D
MrBored Sep 03 2009, 12:00 am EDT
I found FEAR and Doom 3 to be the scariest games I've ever played. I never flinched once during Bioshock. Undying was pretty fucking scary, mostly because it has awesome sound. Half-life was about as scary as a sleeping kitten thats been de-clawed. I found the original Doom games to also be fairly scary, but I was young at that point (13ish?), so maybe they weren't. AvP was pretty damn scary as well.

Quake 1 had some awesomely scary moments, getting eviscerated by a Fiend for the first time as it jumped through an opening door... I shat myself. And um, Shamblers? They were huge and threw lightning from their hands or something, terrifying. And what about the fear of getting telefragged when you ran through a teleporter in multiplayer?

Half-life... lol
cira Sep 03 2009, 12:00 am EDT
Alien Vs. Predator 2 had it scary moment's while yu were playing like a human....
Hitman Sep 03 2009, 12:00 am EDT
System shock 2

Ok so my list is the official scariest list.
Fart_Rhino Sep 03 2009, 12:00 am EDT
heh! no Alien vs. Predator on the list? That game was pretty scary in multi player mode; that's why it came with a pair of underwear lol.
Rafal Sep 03 2009, 12:00 am EDT
Ya, AVP 2 was very scary, but so was AVP1, especially since you couldn't save in it.

Also, LOL @ Nancy Drew.
Hunter Sep 03 2009, 12:00 am EDT
AvP and that squiky sound from the aliens getting closer if you were a marine ... god i shit my pants so many times with that. And playing Doom I around the time it came out, that was the beginning of scary games.
Botosei Sep 03 2009, 12:00 am EDT
I really don't agree with this list. A few years back when I picked up The Suffering, it blew my minds. The very first hour or so puts you into an almost inhumane state where you are just shaking uncontrollably. And I admit that Silent Hill, was a scary game for its time, but The Suffering is just plain terrifying on so many levels.
  FesterSilently: "The Man With Two Brains"?!
skribb Sep 03 2009, 12:00 am EDT
Why do people like scary games and movies? I have a hard time wrapping my head around it. I don't find pleasure in having a stressed heart, sweaty hands and a lump in my throat. I hate being scared!
Hero Sep 03 2009, 12:00 am EDT
terrible list. undying is far far scarier than f.e.a.r
in my opinion the scariest game ever is avp2. the marine campaign was amazing.
Killer Klown Sep 03 2009, 12:00 am EDT
FEAR was only as scary as your rig allowed it to be; it was pretty cool if you managed to turn on all the bells and whistles (visually and auditory) but if you didn't, it just came across as just another shooter.
While I'd agree that Silent Hill does deserve to be the king of the hill here - if nothing else, the _music_ did a great job in projecting the ambience - I have to question the use of Resident Evil 3. Personally, and most of my friends agree, I think RE3 was the absolute weakest of the series. The Nemisis encounters weren't so much scary as they were annoying. It had the most limited plot, and very little interesting revelations other than _Get the hell out_. There was very little substance to the game. Hell, the dog jumping through the window of the original RE, or the zombie grabbing you just as you turned the corner - or even the crows picking at that Stars members' corpse out on the balcony were all infinitely more ... well, I don't get frightened easily, but they were considerablly better done than anything RE 3 had to offer in terms of scares. I'd say one was probably a better replacement than 3, though overall (Apart from 4) I'd have to say that if you wanted to pick an exemplary RE game - Code Veronica X was the best of the bunch.
EvilCowKing Sep 03 2009, 12:00 am EDT
From the beginning, I said to myself: "If Silent Hill isn't on this list, then it's garbage." While I must admit, I haven't been keeping up with the horror genre, I still expected it to be there, even if only in the later spots. So I was reading, reading, reading... still no Silent Hill, and my faith in your list decreasing, and then, like a skinned zombie dog from SH, BAM! #1 jumped out at me!

Great job on the list. I would've liked to read what you thought maid Silent Hill more effective than the other games. The static on the radio? For me, it was definitely the music and the siren noise. Fantastic game.

Vodoo Sep 03 2009, 12:00 am EDT
sorry for a late edit but thanks to you guys ive remembered the late night frights i had with AVP2 and im truly ashamed for not recalling all those great times i had with that game.

Silent Hill is a great game with very good atmosphere EvilCow but like many said; it wasn't scary enough to be considered by others including me a horror game.

'course we all have different opinions about what creates true spectacles of cold icy feet when stumbling in a room with monsters or ghosts etc.
greenberet Sep 03 2009, 12:00 am EDT
The only part I do not agree is the inclusion of Half Life.

Half Life is scarier than Condmned??! My word...that was a surprise. I didn't find Half Life scary at all. And Doom 3 should have been higher. However, that's a personal opinion.
DylanDeVille Sep 03 2009, 12:00 am EDT
doom3 while I thought was a bit stale, was certainly horror. It is like the discerning the difference between say, Scream & the shining. just a different spectrum of style.
Systemshock2 was my favourite. Then AvP. The constant beep....beep......beep of the motion tracker was nerve wracking...adrenaline was sure to follow when it started to beep faster in the darkness.
I do not agree HalfLife and bioshock should be considered horror. both sweet as games, but certainly not horror.
Dark_Swordmaster Sep 03 2009, 12:00 am EDT
Bioshock as number 3? You guys honestly think Bioshock was scary enough to outscare Undying?

Yeah fuckin' right...

Condemned didn't make the list either. It's a good thing your articles are written for fun and ATrip isn't a serious journalism site...
icicle Sep 03 2009, 12:00 am EDT
RE3 wasn't scary at all and HL was a thrilling ride but not scary. Undying is absolutely the most terrifying I've played; Doom 3 was quite scary too (even if the means were questionable gameplay wise). SS2 and these two should've been higher up that list. Kudos for including Sanitarium.
icicle Sep 03 2009, 12:00 am EDT
and though I've yet to play it, wouldn't Call of Cthulu:DCotE fit in here somewhere ?
politehitman Sep 03 2009, 12:00 am EDT
How bout another monolith title, Aliens vs. Pred 2! The marine campaign makes me want to cry
Dupoint Sep 03 2009, 12:00 am EDT
Heh....If you think that you can stomach scary, try playing Penumbra Overture: Episode 1.

It is the only game that made me cringe at the thought of clicking the shortcut icon (to load the game). Seriously, FEAR and Doom3 seem cartoonish by comparison.
politehitman Sep 03 2009, 12:00 am EDT
And in defense of Half-Life 1 being on the list, any one remember how scared they were in the shark cage/ crossbow sequence?
  Vader: Amen!
CJ_Parker Sep 03 2009, 12:00 am EDT
@ukjadoon: I agree that Condemned should be on the list but I disagree about F.E.A.R. I do think that F.E.A.R definitely had its scary parts.
But what I am very seriously wondering about is what the hell is BioShock doing on that list? That game had zero scary parts at all. The artistic design of the Big Daddies and the splicers felt totally exaggerated to me. As if they were creatures straight from a satire or something. I mean the whole first scene when you see a Big Daddy for the first time was entirely comical when that big dude completely went to town on that poor splicer and threw him through that window. That was hilarious, not scary. And since the splicers were the player's enemy, too, it (at least should have) created a level of sympathy for the Big Daddies right from the very beginning.
Add to that the colorful lollipop graphics and you end up with a game that lacks even the most basic scariness. BioShock should not be on this list at all or at the very least be at or near the very end of it. A lot of the games further down the list like System Shock 2 were infinitely more scary in comparison (IMO).
Bossman Sep 03 2009, 12:00 am EDT
OMG, why aren't the Alien vs. Predator games on this list?
Hamsterkill Sep 03 2009, 12:00 am EDT
Yeah, I remember being more scared when playing System Shock 2 rather than Bioshock...
DarkKnight Sep 03 2009, 12:00 am EDT
The only thing scary about Half Life are it's graphics(having never of played it before(What? Don't look down at me like that, I didn't have computer when it came out.)I downloaded it the other day, god, the graphics, my eyes, so ugly.)
  BmmB: Oh, and what did you expect? It's like... 10 years ol…
perineum Sep 03 2009, 12:00 am EDT
Its pretty funny what some people consider scary and some others dont. I think everyone needs to keep in mind its all about how drawn in to the game you get. A lot of people dont think Doom 3 was that scary but to me it was one of the most. I was very tense the whole time playing it. Not so much with the monsters but with atmosphere. To me atmosphere is everything. If I was a space marine in that lab I know for a fact I wouldnt have the nuggets to go through that game.
AvP keeps getting brought up also. Anyone else feel that the marines should have been the only playable side in those games? To me they were the most tense. Playing predator/alien just didnt have that same atmosphere.
I own my own house and live alone and a lot of these games I just couldnt play unless one of my friends was over. FEAR was like that. The combat parts not so much but then there were those times when you would go a little while and realize you hadnt seen one of those enemy troops for a bit then you would get that sinking in your gut because you knew Alma was creeping around somewhere. I remember watching my buddy play (with the lights off and headphones on of course) in the offices when Alma came crawling on all fours out from a cubicle. I knew what part he was at and had been waiting for it. He jumped so hard the chair bounced off my wood floors.
Somebody else mentioned Penumbra. The demo I played was insane scary. Funny thing was you never really saw anything. It just had a great atmosphere. My most favorite scary game that was almost too hard to play cause of the pressure it put on my heart was a little unknown game called Nosferatu. Has anyone else played that. Its a couple years old but not as old as some on this list. Graphics were pretty good. The story was a little flimsy but the atmosphere made up for it. You had to rescue your 19th century family from this mansion where a vampire lived. Every hour one of them would die if you didnt get to them in time. Its a really short game so I highly recommend it to anyone that is a fan of the survivor horror genre. Its great to play through then watch your friends do the same and see how they react.
  BmmB: Amen brother! I agree with every single word of yours…
R.B.X. Sep 03 2009, 12:00 am EDT
hmm scary....i would have to say AvP2.....crapped my pants a couple of times.....;)
marine campaign owned.....bigtime...the scariest moments in my life there....
Cheddar Sep 03 2009, 12:00 am EDT
Does anybody remember the insane asylum mission in Thief: Deadly Shadows?

Possibly the most genuinely frightening experience I've ever had in a video game.
  Hamsterkill: Last level to get me jumpy with fear was the Ocean Vi…
Cheddar: I would've found that more creepy, if it wasn't for t…
Hunter Sep 03 2009, 12:00 am EDT
Blood and when the freaking Addam's Family hand got to you and you'd see it choking you ... that or the spiders and the queen spider ...

but back then, now they are just silly
Sangus Sep 03 2009, 12:00 am EDT
How did you not put Phantasmogoria 2: Puzzle of the Flesh on there?!?!
ukjadoon Sep 03 2009, 12:00 am EDT
How come Aliens vs Predator is not on the list? That game used to scare the crap out of me!!!
McSwifty Sep 03 2009, 12:00 am EDT
Doom 3 was just too dark to play. most of the time i had my brightness all the way up just to be able to see i had my flshlight on. Must have been a hardware prob as with my new 8800 ultra never had to do this. going to try doom3 again when i reaches budget titles list and see if it really is all that.

FEAR had a few good scares. esp. when alma is right in front of you as you climb the ladder. that really made me yelp, either that or the cat bit my leg 'cos i hadn't fed her yet.
pavarotti_reloaded_ Sep 03 2009, 12:00 am EDT
I don't consider The Suffering scary, Condemned should have been on that list and also u forgot AvP 2, that was some scary shit. But the list is very ok, Silent Hill deserves first place.
Vycka Sep 03 2009, 12:00 am EDT
Sorry, but I cannot comprehend how you can even consider AvP and HL games scary. I've noticed that a lot of people here say how much AvP1/2 games are scary. I've played the games myself, and never, not for a moment, was even remotely scared or freaked out.

And yeah, Silent Hill is definitely the scariest game of all time for me. The music, the sounds, the atmosphere, the gut-turning images... I could go on and on...
Amok Sep 03 2009, 12:00 am EDT
Good choices, lol @ 2Lions' addition.

But... where's Alien Vs Predator? It kept me on my toes the whole time, that's for sure.
craigww_22 Sep 03 2009, 12:00 am EDT
Personally, System Shock 2 was the scariest game I've played. F.E.A.R. maybe tops it, but I don't know as I don't consider games that CREEP ME OUT to be fun at all so I didn't play it for long. That's my view and I'm sticking to it.
optimus slime Sep 03 2009, 12:00 am EDT
Good list, but you'll have to agree with me here: Shalebridge Cradle in Thief 3
Hannibal Lecter Sep 03 2009, 12:00 am EDT
I love watching horror films, Me and my family occasionly rent out a horror everynight. besides that point I have played a few "scary games"

And im very shocked at some of the games got the places they did. But im sorry to say:

Half life didnt deserve to be on the top 10 for a few reasons. "HOW LONG CAN ONE ENTRANCE BE" seriously. I couldnt belive i had to sit there and watch it for that long.
And scary...far from it no affence to any half life fans but when i was young and played toruk 2 on N64 I was more scared playing that than Half Life.

DOOM 3...good game, yeah I had fun with it. But how many times can you use the same scare tactic in one game??

But one that I was shocked in seeing in second place was : F.E.A.R like OMG yeah modern day shooter but it so much remindered me of watching Residant Evil "The Movie"....movies have used a little girl as the main cause of all the werid happenings and killings but seriously. There was more meaning in Fahrinheit when using a little girl that F.E.A.R

Liek dont take me the wrong way I loved slaughting the enemies with the weapons you can use....Only for about 20% of the time.

In the end im in "TEARS" that Condemned: Criminal Origins didnt even get into the top 5. That was the only game that a got a real scare off, I loved it. Geting off my seat yelling slangs. Me and my friend rented it out, we where drinking and man was he scared playing that game:

EG: We where in the shopping area with a the manikins and there was alot of shadows moving. haha anyway he turned around and he thought the cloths stand was a enemy man he jumped 5ft in the air he said holy sh*t while trying to attack it.

there was very many more times we got scared like running round corners and theres some massive dude there with a sledge hammer, you get a fright but then you brutalize them haha.
And you carnt complain about effects of the blood right down to the patten of how it sprays on you, walls and weapons.

Any it all depends on the person, what gets them scared. hopefully you guys bring out the top 10 gore games??
blitsie Sep 03 2009, 12:00 am EDT

*hides under table* alma......

I still get nightmares of that girl ya know!
PanteraFan666 Sep 03 2009, 12:00 am EDT
Vivid Sep 03 2009, 12:00 am EDT
For me Doom 3 was the scariest game I,ve played. Cheap in your face frights sure, but it was the only one that really scared me at times. It was so scary that I didn't really enjoy playing it, I just did it because I'm an FPS addict.

Thief series also had some scary levels, there is something wonderfully frightening for actually needing to hide from monsters, a gameplay feature I would love to see in many more horror themed games.
SuperNomad Sep 03 2009, 12:00 am EDT
Doom 3 wasn't scary at all.
Un Om Bun [STAFF] Sep 03 2009, 12:00 am EDT
The last two levels in Arx Fatalis... the place where horror was born. The whole game felt like a nightmare gone wrong even when you were in safe places, surrounded by nice people. But when you got down to where the worm lived, and later alone in the dwarven mine, stalked by the black beast. Dear God, I'm not replaying that shit ever again !
Killer Klown Sep 03 2009, 12:00 am EDT
Oh, and I forgot to mention - in terms of straight up freak out factor, Fatal Frame 1 and 2 were pretty good. And if you wanted just plain creepy; not scary as in the monster hiding under the closet but scary in the pedophile hanging around the schoolyard creepy - Rule of Rose definitely takes the cake. That game was just plain disturbing.
albundyhere Sep 03 2009, 12:00 am EDT
Doom 3 is at the bottom of my list. Nobody likes playing a game in complete darkness. its boring and a waste of money.


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