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Top 5 Horror Games You Have To Play!


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From vintage horror fiction like Dracula and Frankenstein, to classic scary movies such as Halloween and The Omen, there’s plenty of ways that we can give ourselves the chills. But these works pale in comparison to the current range of horror games that can truly scare us out of our minds!

Until Dawn

Last year PS4 gamers finally received a horror game that was truly worthy of the hype. Until Dawn may have been filled with a dark humor that was more than happy to utilize many classic horror motifs, but few would have been ready for the sheer dread that was successfully brought to life by the Hollywood cast and eerie sound effects that kept many gamers shaking on the edge of their seats.

Dying Light

But for many, it’s Dying Light that is still the spookiest game out there. The game for PS4, Xbox One and Windows earned its fearsome reputation as a result of gruesomely animated zombies and blood-spattered combat scenes. By facing the challenge of surviving a particularly apocalyptic cityscape, it might have not been the most ground-breaking of plots, but it certainly showed how impressive gore and violence could be exhibited on the next-gen consoles.

Alien: Isolation

Any good horror fan knows that it’s the suspense that’s key to inducing the more spine-tingling moments. And that’s why Alien: Isolation earned so many rave reviews as it required the player to sneak around a spooky, seemingly deserted spaceship, and managed to bypass some of the more cheesy cliches that have dogged the horror gaming genre.

Halloweenies

But sometimes gamers will be more than willing to embrace some of the more amusing horror motifs. And Betway’s Halloweenies slots game revels in the more cartoonish spooky elements, but key amongst the reasons why to play more casino games like this are the enticing payouts that should make your next trip to an online casino a lot less scary!


Dreadhalls

Whilst a spooky slots game might have made full advantage of the mobile gaming trend, it’s Dreadhalls that signals just how scary our virtual reality gaming futures could be. This game puts you right in the middle of a procedurally generated dungeon that is lacking in light, but definitely not lacking in terrifying monsters. But with many games commentators stating that VR horror games might eventually have the power to scare us to death, perhaps a cheerful game of monster slots could be a safer option!

Author Info

Written by Mitchell Wells

Founder and Editor in Chief of Horror Society. Self proclaimed Horror Movie Freak, Tech Geek, love indie films and all around nice kinda guy!!

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