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On the way, he’ll bump into horrible creatures like ghostly aborted fetuses and giant severed hands that you must kill by… crying? Some Starfield players — including me — are experiencing a strange audio bug that causes missing dialogue and sound effects alongside echoed sound distortion. The issues appear to be impacting Starfield on Xbox Series X.
This indie roguelike shooter puts you in control of Isaac – a traumatized child traveling the hellish dungeon beneath his home in a quest to kill his own mother before she kills him. It doesn’t take detailed graphics and realistic environments to create a disturbing experience that’ll take you out of your comfort zone. It’s full of malformations, horrible mutations, and terrifying mutilated bodies that’ll remind you of the plasticity of the human body.While pretty much any of the Silent Hill games could have made this list (it’s kind of a messed-up franchise, in case you didn’t know), I think Silent Hill 4 is most deserving of this spot. It’s not the best Silent Hill (or even my favorite Silent Hill), but it is the most deeply disturbing entry in the franchise. Just as a well-timed jump-scare can make you lose your chill, a deeply disturbing game can shake you down to your core. I've tried restarting the game, verifying game cache, restarting computer, tried to reset eveything. Nothing worked. Right now the game is unplayable for me.
Newer interfaces, like HDMI, often "push" in and "pull" out, meaning gravity can sometimes eventually work them loose from both the monitor side and the computer side. Older interfaces like VGA and DVI are often screw-secured, but they come loose sometimes, too.You battle your mother as a boss, throwing bombs at her eyes until she explodes in a shower of blood. If you kill enough angels, you can grab a key and battle Satan himself as the final boss. You control main character Ethan from the first-person perspective, which gives you a privileged point of view to the horrors he must endure – including getting his arm chainsawed off at one point.
You’ll shudder as you accompany asylum inmate Max on his descent into hell, passing through a village of malformed children, a deranged circus, and even an Aztec village devastated by Quetzalcoatl. I know I just used that “snuff film” comparison an entry ago, but it’s kind of hard to talk about Manhunt and not bring that idea up again. After all, the premise of this game revolves around the idea of entertaining a twisted “director” who isn’t satisfied with the murders you commit unless they’re as violent as possible.The game only gets darker and darker from there, eventually falling apart completely and revealing yet another layer to the puzzle.