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The original The Suffering was a decent enough action-horror-shooter combo set in a maximum security prison populated with all manner of suitably gruesome creatures that attempted to tear Torque’s limbs off at every turn. That is, when Torque wasn’t morphing into a equally gruesome creature himself, and inflicting similar carnage. Ties That Bind kicks off where the first game ended and there’s no prizes for guessing that what’s served up is essentially more of the same.
Sure the same is all well and good we suppose, if TTB was a little scarier. There are times when this feels like you’re just trudging your way through another Medal Of Honor game - only made by Clive Barker. Such as the section where you’re controlling a heavy mounted machine gun and splattering onrushing demonic masses. You could be Jimmy Patterson. They could be the Nazis. With the nigh-on incessant gunplay, there’s just not enough tension or suspense to make this a horror in the true sense of the word - because fountains of gore and abominable beasts aren’t horror.
Sep 26 2005 (PC, Xbox, PS2)
Sep 26 2005 (PC)
|Available Platforms:||PC, Xbox, PS2|
|Developed by:||Surreal Software|
Mature: Blood and Gore, Intense Violence, Sexual Themes, Strong Language, Use of Drugs