Summary: for a ps2 game it is one of the scariest ive played. lol we recently bought an old ps2 just so we could order and play this game. i never get tired of seeing my daughter scream and toss the controller. its a must have if you are into nostalgia.
Summary: I'm not a big gamer at all but when I do play, I prefer the scary Resident Evil and zombie style role playing games. When I first got this, it was immediately scarier than RE!!! Fun! Lots of action and good puzzles and skills required. Maybe I'm old fashioned, but would not recommend for kids under 14/15 due to language and storyline. But unlike the government, you can do what you want to with your kids, I was only telling you my opinion.
Summary: I like it but it becomes tiring trying to type 20 required words i promise that if i say stick likes it then there is no lie ,stick is my navy nick name and i don't use it lightly as honor is in that name
Summary: When I first bought this game many years ago, I was amazed at how difficult yet fun it was. I ended up selling it because it froze on me many times. When I saw that there was a sequel I decided to buy it again and try to see how it ended. I am looking forward to completeing this game for the first time.
Summary: Released in 2004, "The Suffering" is a horror video game about a neanderthalic barbarian named Torque who has been convicted of murdering his family. (Although he claims he blacked out at the time his wife and two children were killed and couldn't remember anything.) He is sent to the Death Row section of the Abbott State Penitentiary - A very old institution built to house the most dangerous criminals in the state of Maryland...
Summary: I Loved this game! Awesome story line,graphics,everything is sweet!!! The gameplay is dead-on,and the action never ends.If i had to be stranded on an island,and get to take only 1 game with me,it would be this one! (a toss-up between this,and SanAndreas! lol) How is the Suffering 2? I have not yet played it,and heard allot of mixed reviews about it.