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Like your games to instil a little fear? We do too! Welcome to House of Horrors, the weekly video show where we explore the horror game genre. Accompany the GameSpot AU crew as they bring you everything from the suspenseful and thrilling to the downright creepy. Best of all, it's all live--and you can get involved!
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House of Horrors is live weekly on Wednesdays 12 p.m. AEST / 3 a.m. GMT / Tuesdays 7 p.m. PST. The GameSpot AU weekly stream schedule can be found here.
Resident Evil Remake
Jess and Zorine open some doors and make friends with dogs in the fan favourite remake of the survival horror classic, Resident Evil. You can watch the full stream here!
Jess and Zorine visit Bright Falls for the first time to read up on the adventures of Alan Wake! Shadow demons and missing cabins galore! Catch the full stream!
Doom 3 BFG Edition
Jess and Zorine trade gloomy forests for a demon-infested space station as they shoot their way up and down the halls of Doom 3 BFG. Catch up with the highlights!
Jess and Zorine get stuck into classic horror this week and not all goes to plan. Silent Hill brings the psychological demons and the aggravating controls. Catch up with the highlights!
Fatal Frame II Part 4 - The Finishing
Zorine and Jess face off against the terrors at the end of their Fatal Frame journey. Cue Kusabi, murder and… J-Pop? (Spoilers for the end of Fatal Frame 2). Catch up with the highlights!
Clive Barker's Jericho
Just how scary can horrific monsters and inappropriate body armour be in a Clive Barker game? Jess and Zorine muster up the courage to find out! Catch up with the highlights!
Fatal Frame II Part 3
Those twins just can't stay out of trouble! Jess and Zorine continue the long and terrifying journey to try and complete Fatal Frame II by popular demand. How scary could it possibly get? Catch up with the highlights!
Jess and Zorine take on a survival horror blockbuster this week as they fight their way through rag-doll Necromorphs and ambiguous fog in Dead Space. Catch up with the highlights!
Call of Cthulhu
This week, Jess and Zorine take on the role of monotone Jack Walters as they try (and sometimes fail) to escape bloodthirsty townspeople and commit the seemingly simple task of closing a door. Catch up with the highlights!
Slender - The Arrival
Jess takes control in this episode where her and Zorine tackle the beta of Slender: The Arrival. Expect excessive singing, badly-drawn maps and a hell of a lot of swearing. Catch up with the highlights!
Fatal Frame II - Part 2
Zorine and Jess take on Fatal Frame 2 again after much encouragement, can it really be more terrifying than last time? Catch up with the highlights!
Jess and Zorine get 2D this week as they creep and erratically shoot their way through the pixelated survivor horror world of Lone Survivor? Catch up with the highlights!
Fatal Frame II
Zorine and Jess dive into a ghost-infested village in one of the scariest games ever. Will Fatal Frame 2 be too terrifying for them to handle? Catch up with the highlights!
System Shock 2
Jess and Zorine tackle tentacle-faced monsters and hadouken monkeys on a mutant-infested space ship. Will they be able to fight their way through or will their nerves get the better of them? Catch up with the highlights!
On the first episode of House of Horrors, Jess and Zorine hide from demon dogs and decipher Morse code in Frictional Games' Penumbra: Overture! Catch up with the highlights or full episode.
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it's strange. somehow, i think solitude and being alone are key parts of horror, and that part of the experience is lost when playing it with a friend. i would've recommended Silent Hill 4, but i think more than any other game, solitude is necessary for the full experience of SH4.
so, i guess, i'll just suggest Silent Hill 3 instead ^^. it's funny thinking of SH3 after watching Fatal Frame II, with mio and miya having the most inappropriate reactions to the world around them, because i think heather was portrayed with realistic (sort of) reactions to the world around her--just like any everyday teenage girl.