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The Suffering
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The Suffering

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(3 Customer Reviews)
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Description

The Suffering Xbox Game

Product Details

UPC:

031719300402

Condition:

Used

Genre:

Action & Adventure

Platform:

Microsoft Xbox

Region:

NTSC (N. America)

ESRB:

Mature

Part Number:

XBOX_THE_SUFFERING

Customer Reviews

5 Stars
Cray!
This game is crazy, in a great way and easy to play.
Reviewed by: (Verified Buyer) from Omaha on
5
5 Stars
Great
not the biggest fan of survival horror. but this game gives the difficulty and scares you not in a horror sense but in a game play sense. much like the original castlevania the enemies coming at you and ready to ambush you when you only have but so much ammo, yet the game is always fair making your loss your lack of skill and nothing else. love this game.
Reviewed by: (Verified Buyer) from Tampa on
5
5 Stars
the Suffering
The Suffering is about a rage inflicted man who is sent to prison because he may or may not have killed his wife and her two sons. The game is you struggling with your own thoughts and flashbacks (or are they?) as you try to escape when the prison is suddenly in lockdown and the guards and inmates are massacred by demonic monsters. You pick up an assortment of weapons along the way and have a special rage meter that fills as you kill enemies. Once it's full you turn into a monster and are able to destroy enemies with very little effort. As you play you also meet up with guards and inmates who respond to your actions. You either help them, leave them alone or eliminate them. The actions chosen while you make your escape will help determine the ending you get. Good, Neutral or bad and the progress will be carried over into the second installment "Ties That Bind". The game is violent. The game is dark. The game has lots of different monsters. The graphics aren't amazing. The controls work. The story is great (movie worthy). I've enjoyed this game and it has remained a favorite since it came out.
Reviewed by: from Redmond, Washington on
5

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