The Suffering Review
The Suffering might be a little too straightforward in spots, but it does make for a solid action game.
The Suffering Review: A Forgotten Horror Classic
Hi and welcome to my second video about this game from the ps2/xbox era, The suffering, I have a long history of being terrified of this game. But now I’m a big boy not as much.
This video got out of hand in length and scale so I apologise for any blips or mistakes you may notice during the video, I like to think I’m getting better with each video I make and its all a process. Attention, FNAF fans! Unleash your courage and face the animatronic nightmares in this thrilling game. Click here: https://kevin.games/fnaf.
I hope you enjoy this and hopefully learn something new.
Stay cool nerds
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CGRundertow THE SUFFERING: TIES THAT BIND for Xbox Video Game Review
Classic Game Room presents a CGRundertow review of The Suffering: Ties That Bind for the Xbox. Released in 2005, this game was developed by Surreal Software and published by Midway. The Suffering: Ties That Bind is an intensely creepy horror-action game that relies on great level design and awesome sound to deliver a pants-wetting experience. Follow the adventures of our maybe-hero Torque as he goes on the run and turns into a demon thingy! Featuring gameplay and commentary from Classic Game Room’s Gabe.
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The Suffering Review
Jeff Gerstmann gives the final word on The Suffering, the action-horror title from Midway.
“The Suffering might be a little too straightforward in spots, but it does make for a solid action game.”
The Suffering Review – Fitherwinkle
The Suffering for the original Xbox was a unique concept for the time, a blend of horror and action that beat Capcom’s Resident Evil 4 to market by almost a full year. Does it hold up?