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Never actually got scared to the point to where I couldn't sleep at night (hell even horror movies I watched when I was like, 10 never did that to me), but resident evil 2 did give me a good bit of "jump" scares, lol.
I remember yelling out "oh ****" (to the point to where my parents heard me nice and clear =/ ) when you get to that room with the one-sided window where the licker busts through after picking up the puzzle piece thingy Man it was awesome playing resident evil 2 when I was 15, lol.
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Regenadors in RE4 is the only scary point in the series. A strong, malicious looking enemy. Unhuman while looking disturbingly human. Creepy sound effects, fantastic BGM and setting. And even a tense way of killing them.
The only time an RE actually SCARED me (like "holy sh*t, turn off the console!") was the very first one in the PSX. This was also when I was 10 and honestly, horror games weren't quite like that (Clock Tower was more of the suspense thing and adrenaline rush when you escaped or stuff like that).
What part? I think we all know that one by heart. Those ****ing dogs jumping through the window in the L-corridor near the beginning.