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: The Suffering is not for kids. Adults only. This game really freaked me out. I was like 13 or 14 when it came out. But truly was the best & original horror game, of it's kind. There was moments, I'll never forget lol. For the PS2 Era it was great graphics & gameplay, but PS3 & Xbox 360 do make it look bad now. Suffering had a good, evil, twisted plot & was just plain fun. Still holds a top place in horror/survival spot of my heart. A Must play game!!!!!!!!
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: I could not play this game any further, because it was so horrifying. The first level I played was when a monster grabbed a police officer from above, and there was this dead man laying down on a table, but he actually wasn't dead. He had a knife in him, and you had to pull the knife out of him, and when you do, the man comes back alive, and it scares you. I just couldn't play it anymore.
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...