Top 3 Scariest Games of all time!! (Countdown number 3)

Top 3 Scariest Games of all time!! (Countdown number 3)

 26 Oct 2020

    Gaming Industry,

As we build up to Halloween, we thought it might be fun to share with you our top 3 scariest games of all time!! Hope you enjoy, let us know your top scariest games too!!

We start the countdown with Number 3– 

 S.T.A.L.K.E.R  Shadow of Chernobyl

We all know about the Chernobyl disaster, right?

well what better setting for a spooky game than the abandoned radioactive wasteland in Ukraine.

This spooky survival game was originally released in 2007 for PC and gets the adrenaline going.

The game is roughly based on a book which was released in 1971 and a Russian movie released in 1997, in this game you play the part of an unnamed stalker suffering amnesia amidst the exclusion zone of the Chernobyl nuclear powerplant where a mysterious second nuclear incident has taken place causing severe mutation to the local environment including local flora and creatures and an effect on reality.

The graphics on this game are very good for its age and the zone actually appears other worldly, this is definitely a game to capture  the imagination to get the atoms buzzing and definitely deserves a place in our top 3.


Stay tuned for the next chapter in our countdown this week!! 

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