The End Of Nightmare part 2

by Terra Logan

The True horror is still yet to come

This here is my last, little piece of information, I can provide you guys. The only six remaining pieces are my trump cards, and they’re about to be revealeded. Now either you guys are trick or treating or gone out and play costume party in your friends house with smoking beers and cigarettes’. (I’m not sure which one). Having you guys read my website when not being busy is the greatest.

Now I’m about go to sleep in my room with candles of jack o lanterns products I got myself for and maybe I will add I more post about something else entirely. Now, bare witness of my final games that  I personally uploaded myself and be the first victim that you struggle in vain of how addicting to become a monster yourself.

6. Trap by a cartoon character:  Bendy and the Ink machine


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Henry returns to his old animation studio Joey Drew Studios after receiving an invitation from his old friend and former employer Joey Drew, to be shown something important. Eventually finding the titular Ink Machine, he decides to turn it on after concluding it is what Joey wanted to show him.

During the repair attempts, Henry makes the gruesome discovery of a corpse in the shape of Boris the Wolf, one of the studio’s characters and also uncovers old tape recordings that imply that Joey was taking part in bizarre occult practices, unaware of the implications the Machine had on the studio’s infrastructure.

After completing the necessary steps to fix the Machine, Henry is suddenly attacked by an ink monster who resembles the studio’s mascot Bendy and tries to escape, but the floor collapses underneath him, sending him into the depths below.

After clearing the path forward and approaching what appears to be the site of a ritual, Henry is seized by a vision of the Machine, a wheelchair, and “Bendy” before he passed out.

After waking up, Henry explores the studio’s music department and infirmary for a way out, encountering more hostile ink monsters.

He learns that Sammy Lawrence, the musical director for the studio, seemingly started to worship Bendy as a deity something after the Machine’s installation and, after draining a stairwell to escape, is knocked out from behind by the now-insane Sammy, who has also been transform into an ink creature.

Hoping that his “Lord” will restore his humanity, Sammy plots to sacrifice Henry to “Bendy” instead. Henry flees from “Bendy” and encounters a living version of Boris, and the pair escape to a safehouse.

Deciding to venture out together, the pair enter Heavenly Toys, the studio’s toy manufacturing department. Henry encounters another ink creature who resembles the character Alice Angel, implied to be a transformed Susie Campbell, Alice’s voice actress.

He ventures down to “Alice’s” lair where she explains that she has been harvesting the body parts of multiple cartoon creatures in order to improve her deformed appearance, offering Henry his freedom in exchange for a few items for her experiments.

During these tasks, Henry frequently encounters “Bendy” wandering the halls, corrupted versions of the Butcher Gang characters, and another creature called the Projectionst, implied to be created from the studio’s projectionst Norman Polk.

When every task is complete, Henry and Boris are allowed to ascend in an elevator to escape, but “Alice” proclaims she wants to use Boris to fix herself and makes the elevator crash. As Boris tries to wake Henry, he is suddenly pulled away by “Alice” into the darkness.

Developer: Kindly Beast

Publisher: Joey Drew Studios Inc. Rooster Teeth Games

Designer: The Meatly, Mike Mood, Matt Goles, and Dan Tozer

Writer: The Meaty and Bookpast

Composer: the Meatly

Engine: Unity

Platform: Microsoft Windows, macOS, Linux, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch

Release: February 10, 2017

Genre: Survival horror

Mode: Single-player

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Rating: no record

Customer Reviews: no record

Trailer: Opening

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5. Is this a true Nighmare?: Corpse Party: Back to school

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Corpse Party revolves around a group of students from Kisaragi Academy and their homeroom teacher. They perform a charm called Sachiko Ever After as a send-off for one of their classmates who is transferring to another school. However, a massive earthquake occurs after they performed the charm, and they are dragged into Heavenly Host Elementary School. The students appear in completely different dimensions inside the school, separated from one another.

While searching around the school, they find the corpses of the people who were trapped before them, along with the spirits of the deceased.

Spirits colored blue are more docile, while red colored spirits are more prone to violence.

The students of Kisaragi Academy must avoid traps and fight for their survival while unraveling the mystery behind Heavenly Host, and escape from there.

Corpse Party is a linear survival horror adventure game with some role-playing elements.

Players take control of a party of characters, either one to five characters, consisting of studentsSatoshi Mochida, Naomi Nakashima, Ayumi Shinozaki, Yoshiki Kishinuma, Yuka Mochida, Seiko Shinohara, or their teacher Yui Shishido.

Players are tasked with exploring the haunted school grounds, reuniting with their classmates, and solving the mystery surrounding Heavenly Host.

To accomplish this, characters must interact with the school’s environment, such as picking up objects, talking to spirits, and inspecting documents, while avoiding enemy-like entities, particularly the three children spirits.

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Developer: Team GrisGris, 5pb, MAGES, and GrindHouse

Publisher: Kenix Soft, Team GrisGris, 5pb, Marvelous USA, and Grind House

Platform: NEC PC-9801, Microsoft Windows, PlayStation Portable, PlayStation Vita, iOS, Nintendo 3DS, and Android

Platform of Origin: NEC PC-9801

Genre: Survival horror and Adventure

Rating: 4.2 out of 5

Customer Review: 68

Trailer: Opening

Where: Amazon, eBay, GameStop,

4. The anthropomorphism animals: The Wolf Among Us

Bigby Wolf, formerly the Big Bad Wolf, is the Sheriff of Fabletown, a hidden community of Fairytale characters located in 1980’s New York City. Receiving a call from Mr. Toad, Bigby manages to save a prostitute from an intoxicated Woodsman. He escorted her to safety and before she departs, she tells him that he is not as bad as everyone says he is.

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Later that night, Bigby is shocked to find the woman’s head left woodlands doorstep. Clues left with the head identity with her as Faith, a Fable from Allerleirauh. Deputy Mayor Ichabod Crane orders him and Snow White to investigate her death.

They head to the apartment, she shared with her husband Prince Lawrence and find the Tweedles, Dee, and Dum, snooping through it. They learn from Lawrence that they struggled to make ends meet and Faith took up prostitution to help pay the bills.

Bigby leaves Snow at the Woodlands while he continues to trace leads. When he returns, he finds the Woodlands surrounded by police, Snow’s head sitting on the building’s steps.

Bigby is taken in for questioning by the human police, but Crane uses a spell to wipe the incident from the police’s minds. When they return, they are surprised to find Snow still alive; the head is shown to be disguised by a black-market glamour, a spell that Fables uses to look human, and belongs instead to a troll named Lily.

Bigby tracks Lily connections to a strip club run by Georgie Porgie, but Georgie claims innocence. One of his other prostitutes, Nerissa, cryptically directs Bigby to a nearby hotel room.

There, he finds Lily’s blood on the bed, and photographic evidence of Crane engaging in sexual acts with Lily glamoured to look like Snow. He informs Snow of this, and they race back to the Woodlands to finds Crane gone, and the Magic Mirror, which could have revealed his location, shattered with one shared missing.

Developer: Telltale Games

Publisher: Telltale Games

Directors: Nick Herman, Dennis Lenart, Jason Latino, Martin Montgomery, Kent Mudle, and Vahram Antonian

Producer: Chris Schroyer

Designers: Ryan Kaufman, Joe Pinnery, Matt LoPresti, Aaron Casillas, John Drake, and Kendell Davis

Programmer: Keenan Patterson

Writers: Pierre Shorette, Dave Grossman, Adam Hines, Nicole Martinez, and Dan Martin

Composer: Jared Emerson-Johnson

Series: Fables

Engine: Telltale Tool

Platform: Android, iOS, Microsoft Windows, OS X, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, PlayStation Vita, Xbox 360, and Xbox One

Release: October 14, 2013

Genre: Graphic adventure Interactive movie

Mode: Single-player

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Rating: 4.4 out of 5

Customer Reviews: 138

Trailer: Opening

Where: Amazon, eBay,    GameStop, and Microsoft

3. Time to save my kid: The Evil Within 2

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Three years after the events of the first game, Sebastian Castellanos has left the Krimson City Police Department, haunted by his experiences at the Beacon Mental Hospital. His only child, Lily supposedly perishes in their house fire and his wife Myra, unwillingly to accept her daughter’s death, abandons her.

This results in Sebastian descending himself into alcoholism. Drowning his sorrows in a bar, Sebastian is approached by a former partner and MOBIUS agent Juli Kidman, who reveals to him that Lily is still alive.

Sebastian is brought to a secret MOBIUS facility, against his will, where he meets the head of the facility named the Administrator, who further explains that Lily is being used as the Core for a new STEM system to simulate an idyllic American town called Union.

However, a week before the events of the game, MOBIUS lost contact with Lily and their agents inside Union, and they have lost control over the simulation. Sebastian reluctantly agrees to help and is plugged into STEM.

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Upon entering Union, Sebastian discovers the town has turned into a nightmare realm, where all of the inhabitants were either killed or mutated into monsters.

In addition, Sebastian witness a mysterious photographer with supernatural powers hunting down and murdering MOBIUS operatives. He manages to get Liam O’Neal, a surviving MOBIUS technician to help him track Lily’s whereabouts.

As Sebastian follows her trial, he learns that she has been kidnapped by the photographer, who reveals himself to be Stefano Valentini, a serial killer manages to infiltrate Union.

After an unsuccessful search for Lily across the residential districts of Union, Sebastian learns from O’Neal that Stefano has taken Lily to the Town Hall. Sebastian battles his way through the Town Hall to activate a device called the ‘Stable Field Emitter’ as an attempt to stabilize Union, but Stefano sends out a new monster called ‘Obscura’, who Sebastian defends the device from. After Obscura vanishes, Sebastian finds that Once again Stefano has escaped with Lily.

Journeying to the Business District, Sebastian encounters another surviving MOBIUS operative, Yukiko Hoffman. Sebastian continues to track down Stefano and encounters Skyes, another member of MOBIUS along the way, who Sebastian helps to investigate a possible escape from STEM.

Developer: Tango Gameworks

Publishers: Bethesda Softworks

Directors: John Johanas

Producer: Shinsaku Ohara

Designer: Shigenori Nishikawa

Programmer: Toshihiko Tsuji and Taichi Machino

Writer: Trent Haaga and Syoji Ishimine

Composer: Masatoshi Yanagi

Platform: Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One

Release: October 13, 2017

Genre: Survival Horror

Mode: Single-player

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Rating: 4.5 out of 5

Customer Review: 348

Trailer: Opening

Where: Amazon, eBay, GameStop, and Microsoft

2. I can’t get her out of my mind… LITERALLY!: Dead Space 2

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The events of the game take place on the Sprawl, a densely populated civilian space station built onto the last remaining shared of Titan, one of Satan’s moons, and the site of first planet crack. Three years after the events of Aegis VII, Isaac Clark is awakened in an insane asylum by France Delille, an engineer on the Sprawl who was sent by Daina to rescue Isaac, who cannot remember anything of his time on the Sprawl.

With the already-ongoing Necromorph outbreak, an infector kills and mutates Franco into a Slasher in front of Isaac, leaving Isaac to escape on his own.

While running away from the chaos of the Necromorph outbreak, he stumbles upon a bloodied Foster Edgars, a scientist that oversaw Isaac and Nolan Stross’ session, put him in a neck hold with a medical knife to Isaac’s neck.

Isaac pleads with Edgars to let him go while they can still evac the station. Edgar’s frees Isaac from his straight-jacket and kills himself. Soon, Isaac is contacted by Diana Le Guin, a woman claiming to have a cure for his “condition”.

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He is also contacted by fellow patient Nolan Stross, who endured a treatment similar to Isaac. Daina explains that Sprawl Director, Hans Tiedemann, is building a new Marker using information encoded in Isaac and Stross’ brains.

She also claims that a self-replicating signal was imprinted on Isaac’s mind by his previous encounter with the Marker, putting his life in grave danger, which Tiedemann kept in check with memory suppressant’s. Ignoring Stross, Isaac fights his way through the city to reach Daina. Along the way, Isaac experiences hallucinations of Nicole, which become more vivid as ” she” tries to deter him from his task.

Once he reaches Daina, she reveals herself to be a Unitologist agent and has Isaac restrained. Isaac pleads her to leave him alone and give him a cure but she assures him that there is no cure and claiming that they need him to build more Markers to spread Convergence, an event foretold in Unitology, across the universe; however, an EarthGov gunship strikes their spaceship, killing Daina and her associates and allowing Isaac to escape.

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Stross contacts Isaac, claiming that they can destroy the Marker, telling him it’s location in the Sprawl’s Government Sector; left with no choice, Isaac reluctantly decides to trust Stross. As he makes his way there, Isaac comes across Elite Langford, a CEC pilot who lost her crew during the outbreak. She eventually joins their mission after coming across Stross, almost killing him but was convinced by Isaac to keep him alive and safe from danger.

As they travel through the Sprawl, they encounter several obstacles caused by Tiedemann and the Necromorphs. Tiedemann uses a solar array beam that Isaac activated earlier to turn back on the life support in the station, to cut off the transport tube to the government sector, forcing Isaac to venture back inside the Ishimura, which is docked at the Sprawl for decontamination and repair after the events of the first game.

Developer: Visceral Games

Publisher: Electronic Arts

Director: Wright Bagwell

Producer: David Woldman

Designer: John Calhoun, Jatin Patel, and Mathias Worch

Programmer: Dean Grandquist and Steve Timson

Artist: Ian Milham

Writer: Jeremy Bernstein

Composer: Jason Graves

Series: Dead Space

Platform: Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 3, and Xbox 360

Released: January 25, 2011

Genre: Survival horror

Mode: Single-player, multiplayer


Rating: 4.3 out of 5

Customer Review: 341

Trailer: Opening

Where: Amazon, eBay, GameStop,

1.  One house cause major problems through the city: Silent Hill (PlayStation 1)

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Silent Hill opens with Harry Mason driving to the titular town with his young daughter Cheryl for a vacation. At the town’s edge, the server his car to avoid hitting a girl on the road; as a result, he crashes and loses consciousness. Waking up in town, he realizes that his daughter is missing and sets out to look for her, finding the town deserted and foggy, with snow falling out of season.

During his journey, he begins to experience bouts of unconsciousness and nightmares filled with the hostile creature. He encounters a police officer Cybil Bennett, who works in the nearby town of Brahms; a fortune telling cultist, Dahlia Gilespie, who gives him a charm; the “Flauros” and hints at his daughter’s whereabouts; doctor Michael Kaufmann, director of Silent Hill’s Alchemilla Hospital.

A nurse suffering from amnesia; Lisa Garland, who worked at Alchemilla. He also encounters a symbol throughout the town, which Dahlia claims will allow darkness to take over the town if it continues to multiply. Eventually, he realizes and explains to Cybil that this darkness is taking over the town, and is responsible for the disappearance of the citizens, and transforming it into someone’s nightmare. According to Dahlia, the girl from the road is a demon responsible for the symbol’s duplication.

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She urges him to stop the demon’s because if he does not, Cheryl’s life will be sacrificed to the demon. Dahlia urges Harry to stop the town from becoming a total apocalypse of demonic possession, by using the Flauros. Harry soon finds himself attacked by Cybil, who has become possessed by the girl’s power via parasite implant. The player must choose whether to save her or not.

When Harry next encounters the form of the teenage girl, he demands to know where Cheryl is but is refused. Soon afterwards, she is paralyzed by the Flauros that Harry was carrying. Dahlia appeared and revealed that she manipulated Harry into catching her daughter; Alessia, since only he could approach her apparently due to his connection with Cheryl and her reaching out to him.

Alessa possesses vast reality warping powers to manifest objects into reality and used that power to previously escaping a spell cast upon her by her mother to torture her within a nightmare forcing her to cry out for help from Cheryl.

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Together Dahlia & Alessa transport away using the Flauros. Harry awakens in a logicless void known only as “nowhere” and encounters Lisa again, who realizes she is “the same as them” and begins transforming; he flees, horrified. Her diary reveals that she nursed Alessa during a secret, forced hospitalization.

Harry soon finds Dahlia along with the apparition of Cheryl and Alessa, charred. Seven years earlier, Dahlia had conducted a ritual that impregnated Alessa with the cult’s deity through immolation; Alessa survived because her status as the deity’s “vessel” rendered her immortal.

Her resistance to the ritual caused her soul to be bisected, preventing the birth. One half of her soul went to baby Cheryl, whom Harry and his wife had adopted. Dahlia then cast a spell that would draw it back to Alessa.

Sensing Cheryl’s return, Alessa manifested the symbols in the town to prevent her capture and likewise the birth. During the endings in which Cybil survives, Dahlia reveals these symbols to be repellent and protective by nature. With Alessa’s plan thwarted and her soul rejoined, the deity is revived and possess her.

Developer: Konami Computer Entertainment Tokyo

Publisher: Konami

Director: Keiichiro Toyama

Producer: Gozo Kitao

Programmer: Akihiro Imamura

Writer: Keiichiro Toyama

Composer: Akira Yamaoka

Series: Silent Hill

Platform: PlayStation

Release: January 31, 1999

Genre: Survival horror

Mode: Single-player

Rating: 4.1 out of 5

Customer Review: 246

Trailer: Opening

Where: Amazon or second, eBay, GameStop

2 thoughts on “The End Of Nightmare part 2

Shy November 9, 2018 at 3:14 am

Time to save my kid: The evil within 2 looks really creepy, totally my type of game, though I have not tried the first one.

My daughter has watched corpse party but not played it, she thinks it is really creepy.  She loves to tell me all about it every chance she gets.

    Terra Logan November 9, 2018 at 3:03 pm

    keep searching my blog, cause evil with the first is in my site, but no images in there. Corpse Party is a disturbing gore scene that makes me sick in the stomach but keeps playing cause of story. Also, the long complicated visual game that I like is danganronpa, talk about despair. Thank for checking.

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