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Submitted by shepardbeast 854d ago | opinion piece

The Complicated Relationship Between Horror and Video Games

With the admittance of co-op functionality within the horror genre, it begs the question, is it possible to produce an authentic fear-driven experience while playing a game with two players? How scary can a dark room, narrow hallway, or eerie mansion be when you’ve got a geared-up teammate watching your back? (Dead Space 3, PC, PS2, PS3, Resident Evil 5, Resident Evil 6, Retro, Silent Hill 2, Xbox 360)

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