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Silent Hill Origins is a prequel to the original Silent Hill, a traumatic psychological horror trip to the seemingly empty town of Silent Hill. The game puts you in the shoes of Travis Gray, searching for the girl he rescued from a burning house. Little did he know that he got himself stuck on a trip to hell.

Obscure 2, or known as Obscure: The Aftermath in North America, is a survival horror co-op where you control a group of university students as they explore, investigate and struggle to stop a wicked plant from infecting planet earth.

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Dead Head Fred is a clever blend of comedy and horror with 1940s noir vibes on top of the mix. In this comedy-horror game, players control a headless investigator named Fred as he searches for his murderer so he can get his revenge.

In this horror-action-adventure game, players take control of the undead Sir Daniel Fortesque in his quest to thwart the plans of the evil sorcerer Zarok from destroying the kingdom of Gallowmere. Daniel Fortesque will encounter fierce enemies he must defeat, as well as, valuable allies that will aid him in his adventure.

When the PlayStation Portable (PSP) was released in 2004, it quickly became the first serious handheld console competitor to Nintendo's handheld consoles. Despite the strong hardware and wide range of capabilities, the PSP's limited library could not match up to the Nintendo DS's large selection of games, which led to the DS still reigning supreme.

This lack of games is especially evident in the PSP's horror library since the horror genre is usually one of the largest in video games. But, there are still a couple of horror games on the PSP that are worth checking out. With their spooky visuals and chilling audio, these scary games can still entertain gamers accustomed to more sophisticated games like Resident Evil Village.

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One of the most interesting aspects about this game is that players can infect other players with their own avatars, which means a player's specific avatar will spread to other players. Also, although the fact that players have to use two guns at the same time to kill the zombies can get a bit annoying, this concept is unique and can be interesting. With its scary, undead antagonists, Infected is a worthy candidate for a select group of games that made zombies scary again.

A candidate for one of the great forgotten PSP games, MediEvil: Resurrection was one of the launch titles for the PSP in North America and Europe. The game itself is a 2005 remake of the original MediEvil game released for the PlayStation in 1998. This gothic action-adventure game follows the undead Sir Daniel Fortesque as he tries to stop an evil sorcerer named Zarok and his undead army from destroying the kingdom of Gallowmere.

Released in 2007, Dead Head Fred is a horror-comedy action-adventure that mixes modern horror with 1940s noir. In the game, players control a private investigator named Fred Neuman, who has recently been decapitated. With only a few memories of his death, the now-headless investigator searches for clues about who killed him so that he can get revenge. Uniquely, he fights enemies using various different severed heads that give him different abilities.

The 3rd Birthday is a 2010 third-person RPG shooter that is the third and most recent title in the Parasite Eve video game series. Created as a spin-off of the first two games and as a way to reintroduce the series to modern players, the game follows the protagonist, Aya Brea, who fights against creatures called the Twisted as she tries to regain her lost memories.

Created as a prequel to the first Silent Hill game, Silent Hill: Origins is a survival horror game released in 2007, which was also ported to the PS2 in 2008. Players control a truck driver named Travis Grady who visits the town of Silent Hill to search for information about a girl he rescued from a fire.

Although this game is one of the later games in the series and was thus not created by Konami's Team Silent, the game shares many elements from the first game including a similar scary atmosphere and gameplay mechanics. Similar to Silent Hill: Shattered Memories, the game is not as good as the first three games, but it has some aspects like a genuinely terrifying narrative and horrific bosses that make it worth a playthrough.

Released in 2007, Castlevania: The Dracula X Chronicles is a combination of three games in the Castlevania series: a remake of Castlevania: Rondo of Blood, the original Rondo of Blood, and a remastered version of Castlevania: Symphony of the Night. This game is the first time Rondo of Blood was officially translated outside of Japan.

While the PSP horror game library is relatively small, the first PSP game to be shown publicly was actually a horror game called Death Jr., which was advertised as a killer app for the console. Originally created while trying to make a spin-off for the Spyro The Dragon series, Death Jr. follows the son of the Grim Reaper who opens a box at a museum to impress a classmate named Pandora. This causes demons to be let loose on the world, and Death Jr. must save the world before his dad discovers what he did.

Anastasia Wilds is a freelance writer for Screen Rant. Because of her passion for video games, her main focus is writing video game listicles for the website. Along with writing, she also streams various video games on Twitch and uploads some of her highlighted streams onto YouTube. Before working at Screen Rant, she worked as the Senior Arts Editor for "The Spectrum" newspaper at the University at Buffalo.

If you owned a PlayStation Portable at any time during your life, then it's safe to say there were probably a few horror games in your collection. After all, is there anything better than a scary video game that makes you jump out of your skin as you play it? The games on this list pit you against zombies, mutants, animals, and even other humans that are bent on killing you. With so many great options to choose from, there was never a shortage of games to play for fans of the genre. Since some games were much better than others, we've decided to rank the best PSP horror games of all time.

This list features all the most popular and best-selling horror games that were released for PlayStation Portable. While many of these games were console exclusive, we're allowing non-exclusives to be a part of the list as well. Manhunt 2 and Silent Hill Origins are included in this poll, along with many more.

I Played and finished those games in last year. Corpse Party, Corpse Party Book of Shadows, Silent Hill SM, Silent Hill Origins, 3 rd birthday And some psx games. Silent Hill, Resident Evil series, Clock Tower, Parasite Eve I looking for any horror games. With nice gameplay. On psx or psp. Anybody know more horror?

Corpse Party is an upcoming horror adventure game coming exclusively to the PSP (only available as a download on the PlayStation Store) with an anime art style. The game has you play as a multitude of characters as they attempt to escape the haunted Heavenly Host Elementary.

Chris Hall of 148Apps was impressed, scoring the game 3.5 out of 5. He praised how the game was shot, comparing it to The Blair Witch Project, but felt the gameplay was repetitive and the game itself too short; "Hysteria is a short, sweet adventure that only costs $1.99. If you are at all a fan of the old cinematic video game genre or just like horror games in general, pick this one up."[8] TouchGen's Nigel Wood also scored the game 3.5 out of 5, praising the tone of the game, but criticizing the length; "If you want a quick fright then this game delivers, but if you were hoping for a deep interactive experience then this first part of Hysteria only scratches the surface."[11]

IGN's Levi Buchanan scored the iOS version 7.2 out of 10 and the PSP version 7 out of 10. He compared the game to old Sega CD FMV games, such as Night Trap and was somewhat critical of the video compression. He also felt the game was too linear, but concluded that although "the narrative loses steam about halfway through the game (some of the choices get repetitive), Hysteria Project is still an intriguing exercise in storytelling on a new platform."[6]

Corpse Party (Japanese: コープスパーティー, Hepburn: Kōpusu Pātī) is a survival horror adventure, and dōjin soft video game series originally created by Makoto Kedōin[1][2] and developed by Team GrisGris.[3] The first game in the series was developed using the RPG Maker software version RPG Tsukūru Dante 98 and released on April 22, 1996 for the PC-9801. It was followed by three remakes: Corpse Party: NewChapter,[a] which was released incomplete for mobile phones from October 3, 2006 to December 26, 2007, Corpse Party: Blood Covered,[b] which was released for Microsoft Windows from March 8, 2008 to July 28, 2011, and Corpse Party: Blood Covered ...Repeated Fear,[c] which was released for the PlayStation Portable on August 12, 2010, and iOS on February 9, 2012. The game was released in North America and Europe by Marvelous USA under the title Corpse Party.[4] Marvelous USA planned to release a localized version Corpse Party Blood Covered for PC in North America in 2015,[5] but the title was delayed until 2016. A 3DS version of the game, titled Corpse Party Blood Covered: ...Repeated Fear was released in Japan on July 30, 2015, and contains a new extra chapter not present in the PSP and iOS version.[6]

On the day of Sachiko's birth and death, the curse on her weakens and she gets 24 hours to celebrate her birthday as someone closer to the girl she was before her death. She uses the time loops as established in Corpse Party: Book of Shadows to force all survivors at that point to participate in activities she has set up. Given it is either that or die horribly again, something all are aware that they have already experienced but cannot remember in full, they go along with her demands. The game features almost all characters from the previous games and some new ones. While a pseudo-horror spin-off at best, it is part of the storyline, setting up a few details to prepare for Corpse Party: Blood Drive.


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