Horror games are always fun! Want to spend a lonely night playing games or pulling an all-nighter with you buddy? Horror games are perfect for that. Why old horror games? Because they are less demanding about the specs and still fun to play. Be it a multiplayer or single player horror games are always fun. Does not matter if you are playing the game during your daybreak or at night, it will find a way to scare the living soul out of you. Horror games at night? Well, good luck going to the washroom alone.
If you want to experience the thrill and intimidating fear or want to explore abandoned buildings as you encounter the creatures hiding in the shadows, horror games are the best genre for you. The best part about this particular genre is - horror games will mostly have a crossover with other genres so you can play FPS, Survival or strategy games and it can still be a terrifying experience through the horrifying and scary environment of a horror game. Again this is not a ranking because honestly, there are so many good games out in the wild that you can’t just rank them. So I will pick 5 of the best old horror games and this is totally my opinion.
#3 Amnesia: The Dark Descent
Amnesia takes you to one of those situations that you don’t want to be in. We’ve all played zombie apocalypse games and we all wished the apocalypse to come true, but this? You will not want this in your real life.
Amnesia: The Dark Descent is a first-person survival horror game. The game is about deep mental involvement, exploration, discoveries and living through nightmares. A kind of experience that will send chills down your spine.
Your last remaining memories fade away into the darkness. Your mind is a mess and the only feeling of being hunted exists inside you now. You need to escape.
The game puts you into the shoes of Daniel as he wakes up in an abandoned castle and tries to discover and survive. The horror is not only outside but inside too. His memories will keep coming back haunting you as you try to walk down the narrow hallway and creepy dark paths.
The game requires a low-end PC and that’s it. Windows XP/Vista/7 or anything better can run the game easily. Any good budget processor with 2 GHz will do the job. The game requires 2 GB of RAM and at least 3 GB of available space in the storage. Any new available graphics card will be enough to run the game.