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The Suffering

The Suffering (XSX) game cover art
Platform: Xbox
Tags: Action, Horror
Developer: Surreal Software
More Platforms: PlayStation 2


Staff Reviews

The Suffering review (PlayStation 2)

Reviewed July 28, 2006

Rob Hamilton says: "After a certain point in the game, most players will be used to that sort of chaotic action, as The Suffering revels in it. Torque spends much of the game trapped in a lunaticís nightmare, surrounded by panicking guards and inmates fighting each other, as well as their otherworldly foes."
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The Suffering review (PlayStation 2)

Reviewed February 19, 2006

Brian Rowe says: "In The Suffering, the abominations you encounter are not mazes to find your way past, but obstacles to be destroyed. Like a 1970s grindhouse flick, youíll find yourself standing amid piles of bodies, blood drenching every scrap of skin and clothing left on your body."
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Reader Reviews

The Suffering review

Reviewed August 27, 2004

midwinter says: "23 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. This will be your new home. A concrete cell no more than 6 feet across by 9 feet deep. It is going to be your future, it is going to be your hell. Locked away for your heinous crimes, all you have for company are your thoughts and a conscience that betrays you. For an hour each day you are let out of your cell to feed, exercise and shower... but this is no reprieve from the monotony... it is much worse. What should have been a celebration of freedo..."
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The Suffering review

Reviewed March 22, 2004

zoop says: "Midway has recently taken a new direct route towards gamers: their objective is to create new, exciting games that actually play decently. With a bright 2004 line-up in check, including Mortal Kombat: Deception in the fall, Midway has delivered a striking blow with the release of The Suffering, which has been in the making so long that dinosaurs were planned as the original development team. When the meteor hit, Surreal took the project away, and ran with it. After so much time in tweaking and a..."
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