Horror games can take you from the depths of the ocean to the streets of an abandoned city. Whatever the setting for a horror game, the end goal is the same every time. Players are supposed to quake and peek over their shoulders just to make sure that whatever is on their screen hasn't ended up in their living room.
Series like Silent Hill and Resident Evil made a name for the horror genre, and since then titles like Five Nights At Freddie's and Outlast have been keeping the screams coming. Horror has become one of the most popular genres in gaming, and hopefully, with upcoming titles like We Happy Few and Resident Evil 7, it will keep growing.
Here are a few horror games that should have you keeping the lights on for a bit after you're done with them.