Reviews and Problems with The Suffering: Ties That Bind
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A perfect bind to give you nightmares
AceOfGames , GameStop
4 November 2013
Summary: When I buy games like these I do it specifically to play at night. I get no greater thrill in my life than to get the crud scared out of me then turn around and wreak mayhem on the ones that did it! The Suffering does that, (especially if you adjusted the brightness level of your tv down so as to play this dark and gritty horrorfest as it was intended). The gameplay and storyline are amazing.
Summary: The Suffering series are a challenging set of horror games and forerunners of the morality system. Gameplay is at a difficulty level comparable with later Resident Evil games - which translates to "if you aren't good, you won't beat this game." The enemies are designed by the people who did Aliens and Predator, so they are haunting, relatively original designs.
Summary: When i bought this game, the looks of it make you think your in dark world full of demons....Dont get me wrong....YOU ARE.....you break out of this prison and tryin to solve a piece of what happend piece by piece......apparently you were in prison cause of the fact your were a abbusive man to your wife and kid.....So once you break out your trying to solve what happened.......thats basically the story....
Summary: When i got this game i was amazed!The graphics were amazing and it was so scary i tried to have unlimited flashlight battery's.lol!When i first played it on impossible mode i had to have unlimited health cheat.There was a lot of curses but what do you get out of a scary game.The graphics were awesome on my t.v but it has lots of blood and gore,and i would not recomend this game for little kids such like myself but i had lots of experiences but i am 11!
Summary: This is by far one of the hardest PS2 games you can find, and rightfully so. It is AWESOME!! Like many sequels, it isn't as good as the first but it is still a very good, scary and rare game. So if you see this game anywhere and you liked the original Suffering, get this game because you might not be lucky enough to see it again.
Summary: This game is pretty good. The Story is o.k., it has a-lot of curses, but who wouldn't want that in a mature horror game. It is scary beyond scary. The minute I started playing this game I just wanted to take it off. In different places it is either kind of dark or just pitch black and you can't see a thing. The reason why they give you a flashlight. I was so scared, I wanted codes and used the Infinite Flashlight code. Lol.
Excerpt: "...2: Ties That Bind is the sequel to The Suffering (surprise!) in which you play Torque, an oddly named prison inmate accused of the brutal murder of his ex-wife and kids. Throughout the original game, Torque had to use an array of weapons to fight his way through a host of horrific creatures in order to make good his escape from Abbott Penitentiary on Carnate Island. In Suffering 2: Ties That Bind, we pick up the story shortly after Torque's escape ...
Pros: Very playable, pretty scary, a few nice additions to the original