Heheh, sorry for the queir title, but we all know thats what certain people are gonna scream when they find out that the first Midway game to skip the Gamecube doesn't get a 10 from a reviewer....
In a genre that's overrun with sequels and lame attempts at horror, The Suffering is a breath of fresh death rattle. The action is intense, the creatures are actually creepy, and the story does not shy away from truly macabre elements. One cannot say enough about the horrific world that's been created here. Everywhere you look, every little thing you do, has been placed there to ratchet up the suspense and put you in an eerie state of mind. Technically, the game is fairly sound, but beyond that, something else comes through. These guys know how to scare people, and they're committed to doing so. They've done their homework and applied it to yield an impressive work of terror. What's more, they do it all without fixing the camera, and without shying away from buckets of blood and adrenaline.
out of 10 click here for ratings guide
Great menus, an easy-to-use interface and a compelling story line make the grade.
Great lighting, good creature design and cool effects make this a trippy horror feast. Textures could be better.
Without the excellent sound, this title wouldn't be half as scary. The only thing that drags it down at times is stiff voice acting.
Intuitive controls, plenty of splatter-action, and realistic puzzles add up to an intriguing and fun experience.
8.0 Lasting Appeal
There are multiple endings, depending how you play. Worth at least two trips through
(out of 10 / not an average)
So in other words, this game roxorz