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When i Played this game last time, this is game very good, very scary and the gameplay is tolerable. but first, I see no flaws in eerie sound design in this game, eerie sound in this game is too general, I've ever heard this sound in many horror games even simple to complex. I think you have to design the eerie sound that has become common these eerie sounds good, it's okay to use a common voice tense, but that can be designed with such voting when meeting the enemy with the drums pounded to give the impression must hurry defeat or we'll die