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For example: Silent Hill 3 was one of my first horror games, and while I was new to the genre, I knew playing alone and in the dark was part of the whole thing. I was on edge but generally managing things until I reached the basement of a hospital, where I found an overturned wheelchair with its in-air wheel still squeakily spinning. As my eyes followed a trail of blood leading from the chair and out of sight around a corner, my fragile novice state snapped, and I dropped the controller to go turn on every last light in the house.
I did manage to finish SH3 and was proud to conquer Fatal Frame later on, ghostly demon children and all, but I've yet to reach the end of last year's Outlast. You win, creepy guy patrolling the basement; you've stopped me from turning the power back on. What about you, though? Have you met your horror-related limits in a game, or did something outside the genre get creepy enough to scare you off? Share your breaking points with us in the comments, right after you check this week's Japanese hardware sales data after the break!