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  1. Truth be told, I actually like playing horror games especially in the wee hours of night. (But I can't play any of those first person games; they make me violently motionsick.)


    Unfortunately, Dad wasn't too thrilled with my screaming when I was playing Close Your Eyes at 3 AM. Oops.

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    2. TobiObito4ever


      @Kayzee I heard there was one horror game that uses your own fear against you. It detects your heart rate and such. Have a fear of the dark? Have fun traversing the maps in total darkness.


      I don't know if it's out yet or not. *shrug*

    3. lonequeso


      ^^ If that is a VR game, it would be epic!

    4. Kayzee


      Well I for one find it hard to be afraid of something that I know can't truly harm me or cause any pain, so I doubt it would work on me. Then again, there is a certain amount of tension when you are vulnerable in some games, especially if death has some bite to it. Minecraft, for example, does a good job of making you light your way carefully through the dark depths of the earth, keeping your eyes and ears ready for any hint of attack. The dark is not safe, you know it's not safe, a slip up could mean dying and losing everything you have on you. Any unexpected sound can make you jump. I wouldn't call it fear exactly, but it's a reasonable substitute.