House of Horrors - Mystery And Gore Bubble Over In The Last Door
In this pixelated adventure nothing is what it seems and when death comes knocking the investigation gets heated.
Hey Zorine and Jess-- I'm writing to say that this series is a lot of fun to watch, and that you two are funny and have charisma together (though you're definitely faking those screams/terrors sometimes, Jess! AHH!) I have three requests: one, continue playing through the awesome, 8bit world of The Last Door, please. Two, play One Late Night, which is a free horror game. And three, I know you must've been asked this about a dozen times now, but please, please try to track down a copy of Eternal Darkness: Sanity's Requiem. That's a modern gaming classic, I don't have to go into detail over its appeal. A sequel was finally announced about a year ago on Kickstarter, but it's since closed down. Personally, I'd love to see a sequel to ED, and maybe playing through ED: Sanity's Requiem on fun horror shows like these will get it back onto people's minds.
Please play the old indie game "Halloween" it's based off the movie of the same name please consider it :)
I'd love to see you two play Eternal Darkness: Sanity's Requiem, definitely my favorite horror game. I just found my copy, and now I have to go out and buy a system to play it on, since my gamecube died on me!
Thank you so much for taking the time to give us such great feedback. I will definitely continue to try to find a PAL copy of ED: Sanity's Requiem--it has been requested time and time again. Hopefully a copy will make its way to us soon!
@balrogbaneAre you talking about the one by that company called Pig Farmer Games? They played it on GiantBomb. Apparently at some point, before or after GB played it I don't know, the devs were forced to change the name to Babysitter Bloodbath and make the villain not look so much like Micheal Meyers. I will post links below, they will probably get modded out.
@klausreis93 That's close-minded of you.
Lucky you for finding your copy!!
Going by that statement of yours, any later horror title would be "better" than the original Silent Hill, wouldn't it?
Thanks balrogbane and hystavito. If you are referring to the one developed by Pig Farmer Games, it has been taken down due to copyright and re-released as Babysitter Bloodbath (or something along those lines). Definitely suitably scary, and if I can get a copy it will be featured on House of Horrors.
Yet going by the "logic" of that statement of yours again, any later horror game with better graphics is better than Silent Hill 2. Would you refute this?