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Top 5 - Scary moments in games (mature only)

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Uploaded on Jan 2, 2012

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Most gamers love a good scare. That's why developers have created creepy, shocking and downright disturbing moments in games. These are the five most memorable scares in gaming.

Fear

Fear is a game you definitely don't want to play at night. This shooter mixes action with a creepy atmosphere and a little girl called Alma. The moment she first appears gave most gamers the scare of a lifetime.

Resident Evil

Nobody forgets their first encounter with a zombie in Resident Evil. The creepy mansion in this survival horror game is filled with terror. Who doesn't get scared by dogs crashing through windows and zombies jumping out of closets.

Condemned

The feeling of being followed can be really frightening. The mannequin room in Condemned plays on this fear with dolls creeping up on you when you're not looking. It made an overall scary game that much more disturbing.

Vampire: The Masquerade -- Bloodlines

The Ocean Hotel in Vampire: The Masquerade - Bloodlines is one of the scariest levels ever made. The fact that you are a vampire doesn't help you one bit in this haunted hotel. The scares range from subtle to less subtle but are always extremely effective.

Dead Space 2

Revisiting the Ishimura in Dead Space 2 proves that the threat of combat is scarier than combat itself. It takes really long time before you encounter monsters in this abandoned space station and that's exactly what makes it terrifying... And of course we had to include the eyeball scene.

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