Halloween It’s the perfect time of year to put your fear aside (or at least try) and immerse yourself in horror, whether it’s a movie series, anime, or a good book. Halloween significantly increases the frequency and demand for this genre of content.
People want to have fun with this kind of entertainment for some reason. However, facing a game like this theme is a bit more difficult because you literally have your hands on the controls and you have to control the panic to keep yourself and continue playing.
When you think about it, we know there are gamers out there who are easily intimidated by this situation, but it’s really cool to worship and experience a horror game for the sake of history, or just to mark a date, right?
With that in mind, here are some safety tactics you can use to make playing horror more fun and relaxing—as much as possible, of course.
The first tip is about making the most of the screen brightness. In general, horror games use very dark images, purposely to emphasize the dark storyline. This tactic also serves to hide the monsters that lurk to intimidate him players. So setting the screen brightness to maximum will make everything as visible as possible.
Adjust the volume
Another important tip is to set the volume to silent. Hearing footsteps, screams, monster screams, furniture moving and creaking can make the experience even more terrifying. So another fear control tactic is to completely silence the game. Mastering what you understand can help!
If you are one of those people who are very scared, don’t play alone, because being accompanied can help you feel safe and make the moment more fun than scary. So having a person around always reduces the tension.
Play during the day! Night has a reputation for making things darker and more dangerous; It makes the environment darker and thus can make the player afraid to sleep.
console under control
To better control situations while playing, stay close to the device you are using to play. So if any part of the game is too difficult and/or causes you a lot of distress, just turn it off console.
Finally, it’s important to remember that horror games are designed to keep players tense and scared most of the time, but that doesn’t mean we can’t find fun ways to escape the fear. With these ideas in mind, it’s time to tackle the horror experience!