Five Best Horror Game We Cannot Wait to Become a Remake

One of the most anticipated games in 2019, namely Resident Evil 2 REmake, was finally released by Capcom on January 25. Capcom was declared successful in remaking this game. This is evident from the many very positive judgments from various critics. In addition, this game has also sold three million copies in just one week after its release.

The amount of success of Resident Evil 2 REmake certainly can open hope if someday other classic horror games will get the same treatment as Resident Evil 2. Moreover, there are not a few other classic horror games that are no less good in their time.

Now, what are the horror games, which are also worthy of remake following Resident Evil 2 REmake? Come on, look at the list!


  1. Fatal Frame

The horror survival game series created by Koei Tecmo was first released in 2001. Although released when technology was still limited, Fatal Frame managed to bring intense tension to its players. Well, try it, bro, you imagine if the horror in Fatal Frame is presented again with the quality of today’s technology.

With improved graphics quality while making the camera angle flexible, the horror in this game will be even more horrifying. Improving the quality of graphics in Fatal Frame will certainly make the appearance of the ghost more realistic. Looks like the ghosts in the original version just made the hair goose bumps, especially if you remake it.

  1. Silent Hill

Silent Hill is arguably the horror game franchise that is as popular as Resident Evil. This Konami game series was first released in 1999. Some of the early series of Silent Hill did look very terrible at the time. However, the sensation of horror is certainly not going to feel maximal if you play in the present.

Improving the quality of graphics and improving the control system are some of the things that must be done by Konami if he wants to remake the initial series of Silent Hill. Moreover, the first game control system of Silent Hill was considered less flexible when played. Hopefully, yes, Konami has the intention to revive the Silent Hill franchise, one of which is to make the remake version.

  1. F.E.A.R.

When Monolith Production released F.E.A.R. in 2005, this game managed to overshadow the players with various scenes that made it not calm. This game revolves around a special operating unit called First Encounter Assault Recon (F.E.A.R.) which was sent to deal with supernatural forces in the form of a girl.

Graph F.E.A.R. still fairly good today. But with a little improvement in quality, this game is able to create a new horror atmosphere. F.E.A.R. already provides a pretty strong game base, so you don’t need a lot of things to change besides improving the quality of the graphics.

  1. American McGee’s Alice

Some of you know the story of Alice in Wonderland, ‘right? Can you imagine a horror game with the background of the story? Well, in 2000, Rogue Entertainment and EA Games released a psychological horror game set in the Alice in Wonderland universe, titled American McGee’s Alice.

This game takes time after the events in the novels Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland and Through the Looking-Glass. American McGee’s Alice tells of Alice having a mental illness after the death of her parents. The dark side of Alice’s world is certainly going to be really cool if brought back with a touch of the latest technology.

  1. Eternal Darkness

In 2002, Silicon Knights released a survival horror game called Eternal Darkness. Maybe some of you feel familiar with this one game title. You see, this game was released for Nintendo GameCube. For those of you who don’t know, Nintendo GameCube is one of Nintendo products that is less successful in the market.

What makes Eternal Darkness worthy of remake? In this game, you have the opportunity to play as 12 different characters. Each character has different periods of time and abilities. The gameplay approach that is quite unique seems worthy of being given a second chance.




Well, that’s a variety of classic horror game titles that are worthy of remake after the success of Resident Evil 2 REmake. Among the five titles mentioned above, which one do you most look forward to in the remake version?

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