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The Dead Rising series is one of the most formidable survival horror video game franchises, but none is more pertinent to the sensibilities of Security Breach than the first installment. In fact, the first Dead Rising is also set in a mall where roaming zombies with a taste for human blood run amok.
Players command Frank West is a journalist whose job takes him to a spooky Colorado town. Frank is soon attracted to a local shopping mall, where he is besieged by savage hordes of zombies and killers while attempting to rescue a large number of captive humans.
Silent Hill 3
Silent Hill 3, one of the most popular and well-received survival horror video games released in recent years, is set in the sinister Lakeside Amusement Park. Heather Morris’s story continues as she searches for her missing father, beginning in a shopping mall filled with monsters before entering an abandoned amusement park.
Heather encounters murderous mascots, unruly rollercoasters, creepy carousels, and other rude customers as she careens toward three alternative endings upon entering Lakeside.
Emily Wants To Play
A frightening clown appears in Emily Wants to Play Five Nights at Freddy’s. Freddy’s fans are aware of how integral pizza is to the game’s iconography. Indeed, Gregory’s mall of choice in Security Breach is Freddy Fazbear’s Mega Pizzaplex. Emily Wants to Play is an indie gem with a similar theme and a similarly delectable and lethal survival horror setting.
The player controls a pizza delivery boy who is sent to a cursed murder house to make his last delivery of the night. The players must endure each hour of escalating physical and mental torment from 11 PM to 6 AM, when Emily locks them in her house.
Resident Evil Village
Fans of The Backrooms must play the most recent installment of the Resident Evil series, as it is the premier survival horror game. Set in a mysterious European village teeming with lethal Lycans, rabid zombies, and other menacing killers, the story follows Ethan Winters as he continues his dogged search for his missing daughter.
Although it has a different setting, RE Village is such an iconic and influential brand name that game designers naturally find ways to incorporate its concepts, graphics, and fluid gameplay, similar to the terrifying setting of The Backrooms.