Putting yourself in the boots of another character is something that video games do better than any other kind of entertainment medium. From Man-Bat to T-Rex here’s GGTalk’s picks for the scariest jump scares in video games.
Man-Bat: Batman Arkham Knight
You the Cape Crusader are out there sleuthing the streets of Gotham. The sound and sensation of strength as you soar into the air are indescribably wonderful. You’re unfazed by anything thanks to your weathered, stony jawline. For brunch, you’re practically chowing down on Enigma’s riddles.
As you cling to a skyscraper, a horrible beast looms down at your mask, shrieking and clawing madly, shattering your illusions. Many of us sprang out of our chairs and hurled our controls in a flurry of cuss words as we slowly hit a breaking point. As you pursue Man-Bat, you’ll see the very scenario again and again, but it’s never nearly as terrifying as the first time.
Cannibal Dinner: Walking Dead
The first installment of Walking Dead begins with a bang, but things soon relax when you visit a cattle ranch, wherein your injured group can recuperate and eat decent food they desperately crave. As soon as you see one of your comrades cut into pieces and know your servers are savages, ruining the sacredness of that final meal.
Adding to the sense of fear is the truth that this installment highlights the paucity of supplies as well as your affective intimacy with your group. It’s a terrible violation of your feelings and a very frightening twist.
The embryo In The Sink – P.T.
P.T., the interactive demo, may be regarded as one continuous fearful moment because of its short playtime and overall sense of pessimism. Nonetheless, if we had to choose just one section that actually scared us and knocked us for a spin, it’s a cinch to pick one. A speaking embryo that still has us scratching our brains would be the most memorable, and scary experience.
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P.T.’s haunting corridor may feel like an eternity to go down, but if the kid appears, you might wish you remained with Lisa, the spirit who stalks you. This savage beast squirms in a bathtub and speaks straight to the gamers occasionally. Using an accent that we heard on the title’s broadcast, the Child would harass the player about his deteriorating marital and career failings. The gloomy illumination, as well as Baby’s jerky motions, exacerbate the odd and disturbing nature of the situation.
T-Rex Attack – Tomb Raider
Since its inception in the late 1980s, the iconic Tomb Raider franchise has relied largely on fantasy and paranormal elements, providing a good proportion of nightmares along the way. Nevertheless, nothing compared to the scary T-Rex we saw in the Lost Valley.
The thundering footfall and overpowering stature of the giant lizard, coupled with that unexpected, frenetic music startled and got the best of us every time.
The Witch’s Cottage: Blair Witch
The Blair Witch videogame, similar to a classic flick, keeps its harshest parts till the conclusion. It allows for a gradual escalation of suspense all through the tale. For a decent Blair Witch story to conclude, it must be at the Witch’s Cottage, where the title’s worst frightening and eerie events occur.
Even while it isn’t as frightening compared to the movie’s climax, a disturbing tribute to the movie’s last scenes appears in the game, blowing the hell out of us!!
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