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An explorative history of horror role playing games from 2004-2005 featuring Vampire: The Requiem,
Dread and Danse Macabre amongst others from the Age of Ravens blog.
Some games have been transformed onto the big screen much better than others, this article from Fear Net looks at which horror game to film attempts worked and which didn’t.
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At the end of a romance film the worst that can happen is that the main character doesn’t end up with their love interest. At the end of a horror film the worst that can happen is, well, read this article from Cracked to find out some of the most grim situations surviving a horror film can leave you in.
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