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Infyrin wrote:Does anyone want to share how creepy DOS graphics can be? both CGA/VGA types. Even Macintosh if you want to. As simple as DOS games could be back then, sometimes they get unintentionally creepy.
- Deja Vu: A Nightmare Comes True for DOS
There's this other game, Uninvited for DOS, is where you die at the servant's room. You get a closeup of his face and his eyes are just solid purple and his expression is just creepy. Can't get a picture of that, yet.
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Infyrin wrote:Had to play the DOS version of Uninvited to get the screenshot I was talking about.
- He's an evil looking sonofagun, isn't he? Damn. I consider him more creepier than the Margaret O'Hara ghost by comparison.
But yeah, I definitely agree, Phoenix. It's kinda like, I've played Mortal Kombat and that was one of the games that introduced me to the blood and what gore it had to offer. Since then, I'm not really surprised after going through so many games that showcased the gore and stuff. Like your example of God of War, I've played it too and I just kept feeling like "Damn right! I'm kicking your ass in the most gruesome and deserving way possible!!"
Games like these and others. You don't really expect it often and the varying detail just adds that feeling that can't be explained. In my case though, I just feel like "oh...is that what I think it...is? Something went down, here."
In Deja Vu II, you actually do have to go back to the bar where you found that dead body. Only that it's been quite sometime since you've solved the case in the first game. So, when you come back to the exact room in the bar. The body has been removed, yet the dry blood stain is still there on the desk which adds a bit of a shivering feeling.
Saiki wrote:Lol, how does stuff like that happen in the first place? Graphic bug? Or is it like how if you gently nudged a N64 Cartridge it would mess up everything?
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