Halloween is here and while you can enjoy this vacationYou may not like it Scary horror games like others. You are not alone! Horror games can be extremely fierce, even for those who love a good horror movie. But you may still want to enjoy some of the games above HalloweenJust no fear-filled horror game.
To help you guys, I’ve put together a list of games that I think will put anyone in the Halloween spirit without making you scream in horror or close your eyes in fear.
Stubbs The Zombie
Zombie! Loving these bastards is an important part of our current pop culture scene. But most of the time you run away from them, kill them, or be eaten by the undead. Stubbs The Zombie Flip the script and let you play the role of a zombie, eat the brain and fart into the body. It’s a little weird, but if you can figure out how to play it this Halloween, I highly recommend it. Or just listen to background music. It is also very good.
Mission costume and Quest 2 costumes
As this list shows, there are plenty of games that have either creepy or weird ambiance. But not many games are actually set during Halloween. Certainly, some games like Bully includes Halloween parts or areas, but little games let you explore Halloween nights as a child. This is one of the main reasons I have to include Mission costume and its sequel to this list. In the turn-based role-playing game released by Double Fine in 2010 (oh my … why ten years have passed …), you will play as Halloween kids fighting monsters and bluff. What more is Halloween than that?
Strange, strange and haunting monsters and other strange mysteries flood the world of ControlRemedy Entertainment’s, third-person action shooter. It creates a creepy and disturbing atmosphere. But without any real dread or moments of bloody gore Control. Instead, the fear comes more from the unknown and the strange things you encounter. And if anything gets too scary, just shoot it hundreds of times with your favorite mystical pistol.
Ghostbusters: The Video Game Remastered
That Ghostbusters games from Xbox 360 and PS3 aren’t perfect, but it’s the same Ghostbusters game if you understand what i’m saying. I mean, it has all the sound effects, characters and ghosts you love, all in just one pack of mediocre third-person shooters. The recently released remakes of this game haven’t improved them much, but they look better, and now it’s easier than ever to play this game. And while action may be … ghosts are still ghosts and are perfect for Halloween.
Luigi’s Mansion 3
Any Luigi’s mansion The game will be perfect to play during Halloween. But I’m putting the most recent game here because I just love it. It looks great, has some really great music, and the game is incredibly satisfying. Smashing ghosts into walls never gets old. NEVER. If you have kids this Halloween and they can’t go out playing tricks or treat because 2020 is so bad, then this is a family-friendly spooky festival to kick off on your Switch.
Nightmare Before Christmas Oogie’s Revenge
I love Nightmare before Christmas movie. This is a must see watch at this time of year. And although I’m not saying anyone should remake or try to make a sequel, maybe you’re just like me and can’t help but think about that world and the characters live and wonder “What was What happened next? ” Well, no more questions! Back in 2005, Oogie’s Revenge has been released on PS2 and Xbox. This is a sequel to the original movie and it looks like a part from Disney Devil May Cry. Serious. It’s not great, but it’s better than you would expect and is a perfect game for creepy Halloween season.
Released in 1988, Splatterhouse is a classic Namco beat that plays just like any other beat from that era. But unlike many other games, Splatterhouse More terrible and terrifying. In SplatterhouseYou play the role of a completely non-Jason Voorhees and work your way through punching levels and killing monsters stupid enough to get in your way. It still feels great in 2020 and its classic scare scenes are best experienced in a dark room on a cool October night.
Friday the 13th: Killer Puzzle
This is a mobile game. STOP! Wait, don’t leave. You can also play it on the console. Regardless of its origin, I’ve been playing a lot of these lately and it’s a bloody and killer little puzzle game in the cartoon. You throw Jason around small puzzles, trying to kill all of your victims while the head of your dead mother encourages you and helps you out. I really recommend it for Friday the 13th fan or anyone who learns the funky music in their killer-themed puzzle game.
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