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The Suffering Videos and Trailers - PS2

  • Publisher: Midway
  • Genre:Action, Adventure
  • Developer: Surreal Software
  • Release Date:Mar 9, 2004
  • # of Players:1 player
  • ESRB:M - Mature (Titles rated "Mature (M)" may be suitable for ages 17 and older. They may include more intense violence or language than products rated "Teen" as well as mature sexual themes.)
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Game Description:The Suffering takes survival horror games to a gruesome new level, as you follow the story of anti-hero Torque, an inmate on death row for offing his entire family. Before you get sent to the chair, however, the prison is overrun by the spirits of all the executed inmates. While this uprising sets you free, it also places you in harm's way from grotesque creatures and hardened criminals alike. Your job? To get the heck out. Or else you will become just another of the many blood splatters on the wall. Utilize 10 deadly weapons as you make your way through the game's nine levels, transforming Torque into his hideous alter-ego to unleash some serious carnage!
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