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I've been replaying Silent Hill 2 and the original Resident Evil and remembering some of the great aspects of these games. That feeling of tension and dread, of the utter isolation we as gamers face when taking on the challenge of traversing the environment.
My question is this: What's the scariest thing you as a gamer has encountered?
I've got Amnesia up on my plate next. I was persuaded after seeing a few great gameplay trailers that depicted the game's setting.
The scariest thing I've encountered as a game is in Silent Hill 2. The opening scenes as you walk down the path with no resistance and there's just the sound of movement matching yours. A very masterful touch to set the scene for a really great experience.
Anywho, get to discussing!
Origin is the exact same as my Steam, in case you're needing a Support or Assault in BF3.