6 titles of cult horror games in the past

Fear always comes from things that we can’t see, whether it’s a monster or an unidentified ghost, as long as it doesn’t appear yet, the thrill is always heavy.

The horror games such as F.E.A.R, Silent Hill, Dead Space, Condemned: Criminal Origins,Fatal Frame or Alan Wake that are sucessfull and attractive to gamers in the past promise to be successful if there is a chance to come back.

  1. Dead Space

Dead Space has been around for over ten years, 2008, as one of the best fiction horror games of the time. Dead Space is produced by ED Redwood Shores for Windows, PlayStation 3 and Xbox.

The game revolves around a protagonist – Issac Clarke engineer, having to fight Necromorphs – monsters that are dead bodies. The main context of the game is on a spaceship, USG Ishimurra. Dead Space had a lot of criticism, though it still sold more than 2 million copies. The last two parts of the game came out quite long ago, in 2011 and 2013.

  1. Condemned: Criminal Origins

Condemned: Criminal Origins is the favorite game of many gamers. Produced by Monolith, it debuted in 2005. Condemned focuses on the “brain hack” puzzle screen, looking for evidence, collecting information. Condemned 2: Bloodshot was released only 3 years later. Even this game was intended to go further and expand into a series.

Inspired by the movie “The Silence of the Lambs” and “The Seven Sins”, Condemned is very suitable for detective gamers and horror.

  1. F.E.A.R

F.E.A.R is a shooting survival horror game that has been extremely popular with the gaming community. Released since 2005, F.E.A.R has successfully completed its goal in the “action” segment, so players love this game because it is less of a horror factor, more intimidating.

The story of F.E.A.R begins when a research center of the political party is suddenly attacked. A special squad was sent to protect and rescue the scientists. F.E.A.R focuses on breathtaking, thrilling activities, providing a great experience for “marksmen” gamer.