4 Most Awkwardly Creepy Video Games

Horror games are amazing and they are fun to play but after some time playing we get used to all the jumpscares and in resultant it makes the game more repetitive and boring and thus developers try to make the horror game more creepy which Silent Hill PT did it perfectly but unfortunately we only got a teaser so we don’t know how creepier it could have been. Anyways let’s get out of the silent hill and explore some of the creepiest videos games out there!

We Happy Few


Right now, you may not get the all-inclusive experience that you expect in a final product, but it is still a good glimpse of the meticulous concept and stunning execution. – Huffington post

The biggest danger We Happy Few faces is that it might not turn out to be the game we want. In this Early Access Preview, it’s sometimes tense, brilliant and exciting, but also drab, repetitive and a little too much like hard work. – Trusted reviews

We Happy Few has a great premise with creepy characters and a scary world. I’m really looking forward to what the story will bring next year, as it could capture what makes a game eerie, like Bioshock or other thrillers. Sadly, though, it’s not the best roguelike but because it’s still a ways out from the full version – Gamebolt



F.E.A.R. is just polished, period. If you have the system to handle the game, it is a must have for all gamers. – Gamenikki

But the fantastic graphics, sound, and firefights all blend to make F.E.A.R. an excellent game, though in order to enjoy the graphics and the game to its fullest, you must have a high-end computer system. In closing, F.E.A.R. is definitely one of this year’s best games. – Gamer’s Hell
Fantastic horror game with great action and everything else that that might imply, you can use your flashlight AND your gun, and the game will STILL scare you! Hallelujah! – ActionTrip

Silent Hills 2


While Silent Hill 2 retains the same basic format of the original, the story is decidedly more coherent and the graphics have been upgraded immeasurably. – Core Magazine

It uses a combination of sight, sound, imagery and imagination to create the scariest game on any home console. Turn off the lights, grab your controller and enjoy the horror of Silent Hill 2. – Into Liquid Sky

If “Resident Evil” was likened to “Night of the Living Dead,” then think of Silent Hill 2 as “Twin Peaks,” minus the damn fine coffee, but plus the atmospheric gloom and cast of insane deviants, with the entire mixture then taken out back into the woods, shot, hacked into small chunks, and buried. – GameSpy

Resident Evil 7

resident evil 7

I really don’t have any gripes with Resident Evil 7. The story hooked me, it’s beautiful to look at, and the gameplay is new and refreshing with sprinkles of homage to franchise signatures… whats not to like? – Gaming Age

Resident Evil 7 changes direction from previous games. It goes back to its survival horror foundations: puzzle solving, exploration and avoiding enemies instead of confronting them. It feels great even for newcomers. And it is also the best game anyone can try on PSVR. – Hobby Consolas

Resident Evil 7 stands at the forefront of immersive first person horror, proving itself to be far more than the P.T knock-off that the demo initially suggested. – Impulsegamer

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#4 Most Awkwardly Creepy Video Games