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Things you like and hate in Horror Games.
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RE: Things you like and hate in Horror Games.

(05-19-2014, 07:29 AM)Tesbull Wrote:
(05-18-2014, 07:33 PM)AGP Wrote:
(05-18-2014, 06:37 PM)Tesbull Wrote:
(05-16-2014, 09:44 AM)Alex Ros Wrote: I agree totally.
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I think one of the reasons why Groom is such a memorable character is that it's your, player, fault he became what he became. He cryed for help in the laboratory at the very beginning of the game. He cryed for help real badly. And when you do encounter him near the end of the story you're afraid of him. Surely. But at the same time you do sympathise him. You have a feeling of pity. He's not a blank monster. He's tortured to the point of becoming a monster.

Not to talk about the familiarity of his obsession. I suppose you've said everything that might be said about the familiarity of his obsession.

I feel really bad for the groom.

But the groom is a very gay homosexual <3

It's not that the Groom is gay, but that there are just no women at the facility, which to me an interesting little, subtle twist to the story. There were obviously women there at one point; there is a female ward you explore through after all. So where did they all go?

The Groom had to make do with what he could and in his mind he convinced himself the other men were women who just needed... "Reshaping".

Well, in the past. Mount massive asylum ussed to have females. But i forgot why they just had males instead.

It's because
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the secret ghost-experiment was fixated on giving the female patients "terminal phantom pregnancies" i.e. killing women while impregnating them. The DLC seems to hint that the female patients were moved to a separate facility.

The Silent Hill series is old and boring, partly because its protagonists have almost consistently been young white men capable of beating monsters up. The one anomaly, Heather, comes from a game over 10 years old.

I'd love to see more horror games focused on the perspective of a child. The second season of the Walking Dead game is interesting for that reason, although it's much more of a drama than a pure horror title.
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