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Submitted by LogicLee 378d ago | trailer

Outlast on Steam

Welcome to Outlast. A true, first-person survival horror experience that is sure to make those hairs surrounding your knuckles stiffen — or grow, if you aren’t as freakishly hairy as I am. With terrifyingly unpredictable enemies and stealth-based, parkour-inspired gameplay, Red Barrels Games, an independent company based in Montreal, has managed to craft one of the most satisfying horror experiences of this generation. If you’re like me and you enjoy being scared out of your mind, get married. If that’s not an option, survive the horrors of the asylum by purchasing Outlast on Steam today. (Outlast, PC)

soultecc  +   378d ago
im not really scared of any games. but i played last night ,and i got chased so i ran to a locker hid inside and turned the game off lol. its genuinely creepy so far. also i almost shot off my chair at one point. but i cant tell you what happened i dont want to spoil anything.
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