Sometimes, a game that is loved by countless players still has moments that make them feel shivery, or even scared. It may be some hideous monster, a startling moment, but often the most imprinted in the player’s mind will be a haunted room. Not necessarily horror games, some other game genres also have bizarre rooms, hidden messages that surprise players. Therefore, there will be a lot of rooms that gamers will regret opening the door to enter, and here are the top 10 rooms like that so you know your way around.
(Note not for those under 16+)
Mirror Room – Silent Hill 3
Each part of the Silent Hill game brings an extremely scary experience, but the Silent Hill 3 part is slightly better. Unlike season 2, season 3 serves as a sequel to the original game and it focuses mainly on the character Heather Mason.
During her exploration, Heather goes to a hospital called Brookhaven, but when she steps inside the storage room, Heather discovers that this room is filled with her fear, which is a mirror. This element of mirror fear has been revealed before, when Heather looked into the mirror in the bathroom of the mall, she said she felt like the other side of the mirror was another world, and the person staring staring at her from the mirror wasn’t her but just some imitator.
That fear quickly turns into a nightmare not only for Heather but also for the player, as the mirror begins to bleed on the floor, and it will kill her instantly if she waits there any longer. again.
Worse, at that moment, Heather’s reflection in the mirror stopped moving and turned into a similar pool of blood. This is a horror scene, demonstrating Heather’s obsession, and making the player at that time just want to leave this haunted room right away.
Cinema Room – Until Dawn
Until Dawn uses the butterfly effect in the story to make this game popular among gamers. The plot of the game revolves around 8 young men trying to survive on Blackwood Mountain. Every decision you make in this game matters. Your decisions can save everyone, or kill everyone, or put you in a position in between those two endings.
One of the game’s scariest moments comes in chapter 5. This scene shows Sam in the bathroom, and she begins to suspect something is wrong. After going out, Sam discovers that his clothes have disappeared, in exchange for balls with arrows that guide Sam to the cinema room. Here, she is chased by the killer, and you have to jump numbers very quickly in your head to decide whether to run or hide.
The pace of the game at this time is very fast, so if you have a weak heart, you may panic. And yet, from the moment in the bath to the moment you go to the cinema, there is always a scene with the killer watching in the distance, or even standing very close. All of those factors have made this chapter 5 so terrifying.
Dentist Room – BioShock
BioShock is undeniably one of the iconic games of the previous generation. Released in 2007, the plot focuses on the character Jack.- the sole survivor of a plane crash in the Atlantic Ocean, and who is also making his way to Rapture, an underwater city.
As an FPS game that borrows elements from role-playing, horror and survival games, the city of Rapture gives players a creepy feeling with its desolate look. There is one place that you will regret visiting, which is the Dentist’s Office dental clinic. When entering here, you will see an empty chair in the middle of the room before being surrounded by a dense fog. After everything around becomes clearer, you will see that the previously empty chair is now occupied by a corpse. Although this corpse will do nothing to you, it will certainly give you a startle and chills.
While you’re looting around, the fog reappears and when you turn around, a Thuggish Splicer in dental gear will jump on you and attack. Although it is easy to defeat, it will leave a bad impression on you about… the dentist.
Serious Room – The Stanley Parable
The Stanley Parable was originally a mod from Half-Life 2, created by Galactic Café. In 2013, it was released as a separate game and was well received by players. And because it still uses the Source Engine, gamers have discovered it has many similarities with Counter-Strike: Global Offensive (also made by Valve).
CS:GO gamers will be very familiar with the SV_CHEATS 1 line of code, which allows the server owner to activate some pretty fun cheat commands, such as “no recoil” or “god mode”. So gamers also try the same thing with Stanley Parable to discover the secrets in this game.
Galactic Café knows someone will make this game, so when you enter the code SV_CHEATS 1, Stanley will be “flashed” to the Serious Room and Narrator will scold the protagonist and the player. The only way to get out of that room is to restart the game. If you are still stubborn, being “flashed” to this room for the second time, Narrator will continue to disparage you for not learning your lesson. Basically, this is a lesson for those of you who intend to cheat in this game.
The family dining room of St. John – Telltale’s The Walking Dead
Telltale’s The Walking Dead series is full of tragic moments. In it, there is a scene that makes players remember forever when Lee and the group at the inn were about to run out of food. Not long after, the St. John – dairy farmers – were ready to provide them, in return for help. After stopping bandits from raiding the farm, Mark is hit by a bow and arrow and has to ask Brenda St. John takes care.
However, because only very little information was provided about Mark’s health, Lee became suspicious and conducted an investigation before the dinner took place. Gamers will discover that there is a bathroom located behind the bookshelf, and inside this room is a scene full of horror: Mark has his leg amputated and blood is flowing. So Lee immediately thought about the dishes that were about to be placed on the table.
Lee forced the family of St. John admits that they are cannibals. This is a shocking scene in the whole episode, making the whole group reel. At the same time it gives us a valuable lesson about who to trust.