Horror Games that will knock your socks offA list of 9 games created by Jay_V08 on 02nd April 2017
Silent Hill 4 - The Room (USA) (En,Ja)PS2
Silent Hill 4 is the fourth installment of the Survival-Horror series of the same name. This edition stars Henry Townshend, who is possessed remotely by the town of Silent Hill and forced to face an undead serial killer and multiple hellish dimensions in order to escape from his own apartment.
Silent Hill 2 (USA) (En,Ja)PS2
Silent Hill 2 is the sequel to the 1999 hit Silent Hill for the PlayStation and is the first installment of the Silent Hill series on the PlayStation 2.
Alone in the Dark (USA)PS2
What happens when you cross the granddaddy of survival horror with Central Park? Central Dark, naturally.
It's up to you, the last remaining space marine in the demon-infested stations on Mars's moons, to fight your way through the scourge... and then take on Hell itself, in this revolutionary first-person shooter.
Resident Evil (U)Saturn
Resident Evil is a survival horror classic in which a group of special forces agents, known as S.T.A.R.S, struggle against hordes of zombies and various other mutants in a mysterious mansion as they try to uncover the truth behind the terrifying infection.
Dino Crisis [U]PSX
Join Regina, as part of a special forces team sent to infiltrate a government facility, to discover the truth behind a scientific experiment that has drastically gone awry.
Eternal Darkness: Sanity's Requiem is an action-adventure game notable for its Lovecraftian horror, multiple playable characters from different time periods, and fourth-wall-breaking "sanity effects".
System Shock (1994)(Looking Glass Technologies)DOS
Set in a bleak cyberpunk universe, System Shock is a first-person action-adventure game from Looking Glass Studios that challenges players to overcome the hazards of an immense, multi-level space station under the control of an artificial intelligence with aspirations of godhood.
Parasite Eve II (G) (Disc 1)PSX
This sequel to Square's "Cinematic RPG" series has less cinema and more action, and is a truer survival horror experience.