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Scariest thing/monster/enemy/whatever in a game thread!

Discussion in 'Games' started by -1nf1n1ty-, Oct 12, 2010.

  1. DonInKansas

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    Definitely that ghost chick from F.E.A.R.! I think her name was Alma.
     
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    Brood Mother from Dragon Age

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    Cherubs from Doom 3

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    Marksman from The Suffering

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    Dr. killjoy, also from the Suffering
     
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    It looks like it uses the Unreal engine from UT99 with glorious DX7 and I might quite like to play it. Can only find it on sale from Amazon merchants for the somewhat high price of £20. :ohwell:

    And hey, this is post 2010 people - yes it matches the year! :rockout: Now of course, I can't post again until the new year to keep my posts in sync with it. Oh no, that means I can only post once a year from now on! :eek: :eek:

    Waddya mean ya'll happy? :slap: ;)
     
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    Pretty much everything undeadish in Thief 1/2.

    Also the fast zombies in HL2.
     
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    HookeyStreet Eat, sleep, game!

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    No, RE Zero was a GameCube exclusive, RE 1 was a remake (looked great too), RE 2, 3 & Code Veronica X were just ports and RE 4 was released when the GameCube was in full swing :D
     
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    3D Monster Maze, 1982
     
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    Same. When Thief 1 came out, I couldn't get through the second level for months because of those damn zombies at the beginning. For some reason System Shock 2 didn't feel so spooky as that level in thief, maybe because you had all kinds of cool weaponry that could vaporize the baddies.

    The Buther gave me the spooks the first time too :D but then a friend showed me how to trap him and it wasn't as scary. King Leoric was pretty bad too :p
     
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    there is F3AR coming seen the trailer on the Nightmare On Elm St dvd.

    Also for me the scariest game was and still is System Shock 2 to this day i have never finished it.
     
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    Yeah.. and my first character was a sorcerer.. fought butcher toe to toe and got masssacred over and over lol. And I was placing stat points on strength as a sorcerer. lol was such a noob at rpg back then.

    I also didnt know any way to trap him too... I had no friends. [​IMG]
     
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    HookeyStreet Eat, sleep, game!

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    What about the 'lust' boss from Dantes Inferno? Her nipples freaked me out because evil babies came out of them! lol



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    HookeyStreet Eat, sleep, game!

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    and i was wondering why you didnt post it yet LOL.
     
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    those bitches scarme the HELL when game pops out back those days

    Doom 1 & 3 Cyberdemon (yeah the dude from the first one is really scary 2.. who wants to get kick-assed from a demon with a rocket launcher???)
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    Doom 3 Mancubus
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    and of course, the legendary Hell Knight
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    HookeyStreet Eat, sleep, game!

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    A new challenger appears!

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    F.U.! LOL :pimp:

    3D Monster Maze deserves some serious credit. It was the first 3D game ever on a home computer. When you turned a corner and saw TREX coming it was a seriously big scare even in B&W, without sound and pixelated graphics. So scary in fact, it was enough to make you hammer the keyboard, wobble the 16K pack and ... then you REALLY STARTED SCREAMING
     
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    It's not using Unreal engine. It's using a highly modified Dark Engine (which was used in Thief games). It's using an excellent virtual bumb mapping thanks to brilliant work of the texture artists. It was very low poly for today's standards but because of these bump mapped textures it looked great even 5 years later and if you ask me, it still looks damn good for a 11 years old game. And if 20 pounds feels like a high price, it's one of the most legendary games. I personally place it before any Doom game, before Duke Nukem and before most of other FPS games. If you haven't played it yet, do so. It's worth far more than 20 pounds imo.
     
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    Doom 3 had some pretty scary stuff in it.
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    Dead space much? I'm too scared to even finish the game :laugh:
     
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