Are there any survival horror or just straight up action games set on huge fucking ships stuck in major storms?
I'm only aware of Cold Fear (solid survorror and great gravity/water/rain physics, but ship's too small and only half of the game takes place on it) and Resident Evil: Revelation, which was just straight up 'meh'.
I love ships in storms, please let there be more games like that.
>tfw no victorian era naval survival horror
>tfw you won't wake up in your usual ship, but unusually empty with a dark cloudy sky
>tfw you will never try to escape the gallion while hordes of ghouls, wraiths and eldritch abominations try to feast on your soul, while the boat is about to sink
Assassin's Creed Black Flag has pretty cool storms, shame you have to deal with the AC part of the game too.
Yes, fuck, I'll check it out. Maybe it's not stuck in storm, but cold-ass frost and ice are just as cool. Does it run well on newer systems? Should I get the GOG version, mayhaps, lad?
I love all DS games, even 3, too bad sequel never.
Not really set on ships during storms, tho, but I get your drift, it's got similar atmosphere, and space is dank as fuck.
It's about a zombie outbreak on a nuclear-powered battleship. There might be a storm too, I can't remember
Night Cry should be out this year and be a welcome dose of batshit insane.
Call of Cthulhu is one of the best horrors out there man, I've played many of them except the most obscure console ones, it's somewhat clunky and I'm not sure it aged that well but when I first played it it was a fucking blast.
ALSO Resident Evil Dead Aim is set I think entirely aboard a ship.
As is Resident Evil Gaiden, is a pretty often used setting for some fucking reason in RE land.
There also a strange Saturn game whose name I've forgotten... Deep Fear! its not technically on a ship on the ocean but it is water based and has a few deep sea diver suit parts.
Game designer of Steel Battalion and the Clock Tower series and the Concept artist from Silent Hill.