Remake of Dead Space is still a long way off. However, the dread, atmosphere, and gameplay mechanics found in each of these games are similar enough to keep gamers entertained.
The Dead Space series has gone nearly a decade without a new core game. It’s a shame that there hasn’t been an HD trilogy compilation or anything like that. The fact that the series is getting a complete revamp is a nice touch. Even though it had been rumored, the announcement nonetheless came as a surprise.
The game is still in its infancy. Is it set for release in 2022 or, more likely, in 2023? The latter of the two is more likely based on the history of quarantine delays. Many action-based survival horror games can be played in the meantime, from well-known to obscure titles.
12 Cold Fear
Cold Fear is a PlayStation 2 third-person horror game that deserves more attention. Sadly, this game was overlooked by horror lovers because it was published so soon to Resident Evil 4, a game that is well-known in the genre.
Coast Guard member Tom Hansen is the character you’ll be playing in Cold Fear. As a result, Tom is forced to investigate the whaling ship that sent out the distress signal. Cold Fear features a haunting ambience that makes you feel as if you’re on a haunted ship at sea. To top it all off, the ship itself trembles in the waves, altering your exploration and combat strategy.
11 Infliction: Extended Cut
First-person horror classics like P.T. and Layers of Fear would be proud to sit next to Infliction: Extended Cut. When compared to other horror games, Infliction: Extended Cut offers a much scarier setting and fewer of the game’s trademark space horrors.
You take on the role of a husband who must investigate the horrible death of his wife in this role-playing game. For anyone brave enough to venture into a haunted house, they’ll be greeted by spooky sounds and twisting corridors. After you turn it off for the night, you’ll still be thinking about it the next day.
10 Alan Wake
The upcoming remaster of Alan Wake makes this the ideal moment to play it. Fans of the original are sure to be excited, even if it’s not as amazing as Dead Space or a sequel. The main character is on a vacation in a sleepy town when he finds himself engulfed in a series of terrifying nightmares.
He just wants to write, but he ends up with a lot more than he expected. It’s as close as fans can get right now to a Stephen King game.
9 Alien: Isolation
It’s possible that Alien: Isolation is the best game ever made for the Alien film series. That’s because the filmmakers were able to perfectly capture the film’s tense moments. Aliens aren’t meant to be taken down easily. Walking nightmares, they can slaughter their prey with ease and stealth, making them a formidable threat.
It’s possible that their AI was overly intelligent, which made the game extremely difficult. For those looking for a new space-based horror game, this is a solid option.
8 BioShock Series
When it first came out, BioShock captivated gamers with its distinctive setting, plot, and gameplay. There have been many horror games based in haunted houses or in outer space, but this is the first time a biodome has been built beneath the water.
If you’ve read Ayn Rand, you’ll understand the video game BioShock better than anyone else.
Although the sequels are enjoyable, I prefer the original’s spooky and exciting environment. Every adversary in the game, from the Splicers to the Big Daddies, gave players a sense of accomplishment for defeating them.
As a sci-fi action-adventure video game, Control has plenty of frightening elements. Wearing headphones while playing this game is recommended due of the whispers that can be heard throughout the cursed structure. Make a good impression by wearing these. Character Jesse is on a quest to learn more about her family’s history.
Upon arriving at the agency, she discovers that it is in the midst of a terrible ordeal. It’s both a good mystery and an entertaining game, thanks to the abundance of fascinating weapons and abilities.
6 Dino Crisis 3
In this short-lived series, Dino Crisis 3 is widely regarded as the worst game. This film has a number of flaws, including its story, camera angles, and empty places. Some people, on the other hand, highly value it. It’s all about taking out dinosaurs in outer space.
Although it may be difficult to play nowadays, one must accept that the principle of the game is interesting, even if it was mishandled.
5 The Evil Within 2
The Evil Within 2 is the better of the two games in this series, but both are excellent. As two examples, the shooting has improved and the tale has become more comprehensible.
In order to build this much-improved sequel, the developers worked tirelessly on the fundamentals of the original. A unique aspect of the game’s early chapters is their open-world setting. It’s a little open world, but it still has a lot going for it.
4 The Last Of Us
It’s another series with two excellent games, although many fans still prefer The Last of Us. Joel and Ellie’s dynamic chemistry is captivating in and of itself. As a horror game would expect, there are a lot of monsters to take down.
The worst evil in the world is probably human nature, and it is well-represented in this game. If you enjoy gloomy stories, this one is worth your time.
3 Lost Planet
Another game set in outer space, Lost Planet, is a terrifying experience. Killer insects are the enemy in this game that takes place on a frozen world. This appears to be the most overlooked of Capcom’s horror offerings. In comparison to what may be considered “conventional horror,” this film is far more action-oriented.
Dead Space fans, however, may find this one interesting due to the fact that it takes set on a different planet. Get the sequel if you want a co-op horror experience. The third, on the other hand, should be avoided.
2 Prey (2017)
While officially a sequel, Prey is more of a reboot than a sequel because it has little resemblance to its predecessor. Basically, this is a space version of BioShock. Inky black creatures that are able to conceal in plain sight have taken over the space base that the players woke up in. As a result, they can imitate anything.
Almost anything can pass for one of these dangerous beasts, including a coffee mug. As a result, the player is subjected to numerous jump scares throughout the course of the game. Arkane Studios’ entry is a horrifying trip that horror aficionados will enjoy. Fans of System Shock will like a few new additions as well.
1 Resident Evil 4
This series is one of the most well-known horror franchises in video games, therefore most of its games can be recommended without reservation. However, the reason why Resident Evil 4 was chosen is because it is evident that Dead Space was based on this game.
The third-person, behind-the-shoulders viewpoint is particularly clear. As a result of Leon’s journey, the series was able to expand its scope beyond Umbrella and the usual swarms of zombies.