Conclusion: The Suffering is one of the few titles that manages to rise above the genre it occupies; the survival-horror experience. It does this mainly because of a great story, some compelling characters (check out the psychotic warden of Abbot prison) and some truly revelatory and shocking moments.
Conclusion: This game is a very great game. This game blows HALO & HALO 2 out of the water. It has a very good story with even better graphics. Its nice and creepy with random flashbacks and hearing voices in your head. This game really warps you into it.
Conclusion: The Suffering is an extremely vulgar, horrific delve into the mind of a madman. You play as Torque, a killer convicted of murdering his wife and child. Whether or not he really did this will depend on how you play the game as there are 3 possible endings.
Conclusion: Sure, we’ve had our taste of horror games like Silent Hill and Resident Evil, but have you ever played a horror title that also contains a load of fast paced action? Midway’s The Suffering is one of those games.
Summary: This along with Max Payne was a game I never thought I'd buy due to it's much publicised,at the time,bad language/violence,however when it was cheap enough I thought I'd chance it. I was wrong,yes they do swear a lot but they are on death row,I didn't expect them to be model citzens as it were.