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Submitted by electricarmada 647d ago | opinion piece

Don't Go In There! Six Of The Scariest Video Game Doors

Jason from Pixels or Death recounts the six video game doors that he wishes he had never opened. Examples include Silent Hill, Dead Space 2, Scratches, and Corpse Party. (Amnesia: Dark Descent, corpse party, Dead Space 2, PC, PS3, Scratches, Scratches Director's Cut, Silent Hill, Thief: Deadly Shadows, Xbox 360)

KillrateOmega  +   647d ago
The infamous 'door' lol :) Dead Space was almost a given here.
himdeel  +   647d ago
Without Siren: Blood Curse this list is flawed.
KillrateOmega  +   645d ago
*snaps fingers* I knew it was missing something!
greatcrusader44  +   647d ago
Knew Thief's Cradle door would be in here. Whole level was so atmospheric, genius of them to not have any enemies til 15 min in, just when your feeling scared anymore since you haven't been attacked, you run into of those... psychopaths.
linkofrs  +   647d ago
Yeah after playing amnesia the dark descent I can proudly say pretty much nothing afterward scared me ever again.

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