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+)
Dampe’s Tomb – Legend Of Zelda: Ocarina Of Time
Ocarina Of Time is an innovation of the legendary Legend of Zelda series. This is a milestone marking the transformation of this game series into the 3D era on the N64 platform. Besides, it also has a time travel mechanism.
When he wakes up in the future, Link is greeted by Rauru – 1 but 6 sages – and told that Link needs to find the remaining sages to stop and destroy Ganon, who is occupying Hyrule Castle. The first stop is the Forest Temple, but before you can proceed you’ll have to stop by the Kakariko Village graveyard to get a hook-shooting tool called a “hookshot”.
To complete this quest, you will have to explore the tomb of Dampe – the grave keeper who passed away 7 years ago. Upon arrival, Dampe’s ghost will challenge the protagonist to race against him. However, if you accidentally turn in the wrong direction, you may regret it.
Just like some of the desolate regions of Hyrule in the future, Dampe’s tomb also features ReDead – one of the most fearsome monsters in the series. When they see you, these creatures will scream and Link will be paralyzed, like being surprised by extreme panic. Basically, you can’t win this race, but Dampe still gives Link the “hookshot”. Although this is not a room like the other games on this list, Dampe’s grave is still a place that haunts the players.
Hotel Basement – The Last Of Us
It’s undeniable that The Last Of Us made a big impact when it was released in 2013. Naughty Dog’s masterpiece has allowed gamers on PS3 to experience a dramatic storyline, along with the convincing acting of the characters in the game. Despite receiving a “rain” of compliments, the game still has a scene that makes players want to break the controller, which is when entering the basement of the hotel.
After playing 1/3 of the game, Joel and Ellie will enter Pittsburgh and find an old hotel. Ironically, Joel was dropped into the flooded basement, leaving Ellie above. Joel has to find a generator so he can open the door to go upstairs again. It sounds simple… until you turn on the generator. At this point, a bunch of zombies begin to flock to you, including the terrible Bloater.
This basement looks so wet, hideous, covered with rotten mushrooms, and yet it’s dark. All have created a room that brings an extremely uncomfortable feeling to gamers, and is also one of the most dramatic scenes in The Last Of Us.
Bathroom – PT
The horror game PT, developed by Kojima Productions and published by Konami, was a huge hit, resonating with the gaming community when it was released in 2014. There’s a haunting detail in the game, leaving it behind. profound impression for those who have played through to this day.
That’s when gamers get stuck in a dark hallway and start hearing noises from the bathroom. As you enter, the door suddenly slams shut, trapping you in a dark room with a glimmer of flashlight, just enough to see what many of you probably wish you hadn’t.
There, in a dirty washbasin, was a deformed fetus crying, writhing in pain before it began to speak in a voice from the radio. It is truly a scene that strongly haunts the faint of heart. With PT being seen as a demo of a new Silent Hill game, this room raises questions for gamers about what Hideo Kojima intends to do next.
The Hive – Alien Isolation
Alien Isolation is undoubtedly one of the best game adaptations in the entire series. Released in 2015, the game continues the story of Amanda Ripley on a journey to find clues about her mother’s disappearance after 15 years.
When arriving at the Sevastopol space station to investigate, Amanda Ripley realizes that the entire station has been “made up” by the Xenomorph space monster. Monsters will come to every corner of the space station to hunt for her, and every step in this game brings a sense of suspense to gamers.
Finally, after defeating them, Amanda headed to the station’s reactor area. She later discovered that the place had become a Xenomorph nest, along with which she also found victims that had been used as hosts. They had Xenomorphs lay eggs in their bodies so that when the young monsters began to hatch, they tore them apart and came out. This is probably the most haunted room of the game.
Office of ADAM – Budget Cuts
Budget Cuts may not be a horror game, but it can certainly give you a real sense of tension. This is a virtual reality game, combining a satire of the state of many businesses today with an element of stealth action.
The game will let you fight an army of robots that are hostile to humans. Towards the end of the game, you’ll reach the human resources department to find out that the CEO of Transcorp has been replaced by a robot named ADAM, who views killing humans as a pastime.
In this game scene, you need to get the key in his office to get promoted. However, things are not so easy, because ADAM will find a way to deal with you. Not only is he immune to weapon damage, but he’s also incredibly agile. If you’re fast enough you can lock him in another room so you can get the key easily. But if that’s not the case, then worry and run away, because that’s your only option.