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Submitted by Pozzle 779d ago | opinion piece

Top ten retro horror games

RoH writes:

So Halloween is rocking the world again: children are buying their costumes, people are stocking up on candy and pumpkins are been mutilated by the hundreds. Truly this is the most amazing celebration of the year… or it would be if we celebrated it in The Netherlands. I know I should be glad that I live in a country where there is little poverty, social rights exist, there are no shortages and we have no tornados, but damn, I’d love to go around houses dressed as Leon Kennedy. Luckily the internet is a whole new territory for celebrating, so today I offer you my personal “Top ten retro horror games”. (American McGee's Alice, Elvira II: The Jaws of Cerberus, F.E.A.R., Half-Life, Retro, Thief: The Dark Project)

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