Scariest enemies.

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  1. subcalvin

    subcalvin Rookie

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    All Spanish people are scary so that dosent count. But the scariest enemy is without a doubt the Hell House from FF7, or maby the cactuar.
     
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  2. Rakon

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    I say Re-Deads/Gibdos.

    Also, that spider/scorpion guy from Devil May Cry. Played it at night when I was like 13. Not a good call.
     
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  3. shandog137

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    I could not play Doom 3 either. Lack of ammo and no flashlight taped to gun mod made it a bit to intense for me. Surround sound headphones max graphics and a dark room and I have yet to get pass the first board. It was back to FFX for me.
     
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  4. Oscihedgehog

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    I think perhaps the scariest enemy for me was either the Bloodsuckers in S.T.A.L.K.E.R or the Controllers in the same game. I must admit, at the risk of souding like im trying...eh..whats the word, sound like less of a wuss basically- I dont generally find that games scare me, what little I had played of Doom 3, (first level and a bit) didnt scare me much at all. Also other games branded as scary havent made me jump much either.
    Admittedly though I was scared to death my the Resi 2 intro as a kid xD
     
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  5. letusprey

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    When there is the double sided mirror in Resident evil 2 and the dog jumps out scared the bejezus out of me. Also Condemned 2 hated playing it after my girlfriend went to bed the ambiance sounds in that game always got to me. Especially in the toy factory.
     
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