What is the scariest video game you can think of, /v/?
alright let us have a good vidya thread then
I truly thought the guy on the pole was just cold
I'm upset he only did 2 images and not a full manga
That's exactly why I want him to make a manga of it
not even kidding guys this is the actual ending
>Fucking kill someone
>G-GIVE ME ANOTHER CHANCE
Oh boy, the magical world of Junji Ito
>Can they stop messing around?!
This is unacceptable, I don't care that all these people are getting fucking slaughtered, but they're really not even trying to put up a good show!
this isn't even creepy, it's so dumb it's funny
This one sucks balls compared to the other Ito mangas.
And I was pretty fucking close this whole fucking time.
>HURR DURR THE CIRCUS MASTER IS A DEATH GOD WHO USES ME TO LURE IN GUYS TO DIE IN THE CIRCUS DOING DEATH-GOD-RIGGED STUNTS!
Yeah, its shit.
Silent Hill and Resident Evil, probably.
RE1, despite its goofy voice acting, has a really oppressive atmosphere. It's not really "scary" but the tone in it is amazing for horror.
Silent Hill has a similar but more psychological horror style in their oppressive atmosphere.
I don't like most modern horror games because they rely heavily on jumpscares, which I'm tired of. Good horror makes me uneasy, not startled.
Every one of these stories relies on the characters being utterly retarded fuckwads. The best one is probably the one where a movie crew hires a tall, disproportionate skeletal monster thing because she's "JUST A DIFFERENT LOOKING ACTRESS, STOP BEING SO JUDGEMENTAL"
Just roll with it and laugh.
Unlike say, The Enigma of Amigara Fault or the spiral one. This wasn't nearly as bad. It was just people shit at circus tricks and failing, not some body horror and weirdness.
That pannel... so many feels. Back in high school I used to do things like dis so the hottest chick in class noticed me.
>"She just ignored me"
I know very well that feeling buddy. I can understand if in the end he kill everyone
As I understand it, that family is basically based off of Ito's own childhood experiencees (grossly exaggerated of course) and the kid is his self-insert from when he was a kid.