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  •  Look past the initial repulsion and try to understand him? Should I? Silent Hill 2 didn t sacrifice its creepfactor to accommodate its heavier themes it didn t see itself as above that form of horror The revelations related to the other characters in the game didn t quite make me question myself in the same way, Old School RS Gold as I didn t become as attached to them as I did the monotone, awkward James what a relatable fella . But they were frightening in how disturbingly human they were, and how common the moral crimes associated with the characters are.

     

    Whereas James had me questioning myself, they made me question the moral integrity of humanity and its capacity to victimise and to terrorise, and the affect that has on the individual. Silent Hill 2  was a mature sort of horror, and the type of fear that resonates with me, RS 07 Gold even if I don t necessarily want it to. Even better was the fact that it didn t come at the expense of the game itself. It still had convoluted puzzles and frustrating, tanklike combat, as survival horror games of the era were meant to have. It was as good as any Resident Evil gameplay wise don t kill me , and had depth to it. It also nailed traditional horror, in addition to the mature horror I mention above.

    Pyramid Head may have been meme d to death, but he was frightening. The nurses, the grimy, waterstained environments they were creepy and had a physiological and psychological affect on me. It didn t sacrifice its creepfactor to accommodate its heavier themes it didn t see itself as above that form of horror. As I said, the other Team Silent  games are good, but for me they simply don t have that raw, human core that Silent Hill 2 has. Runescape Gold Or as much of a core, at any rate. Silent Hill 1 and 3 focused on the cult, and Silent Hill 4 had a complex character in Walter Sullivan, but the main character was a blank canvas and had the personality of a sunbathing seal.