|Game||Suffering: Ties That Bind|
|Platform||Sony PlayStation 2|
|Number of Players||1|
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The Suffering Ties That Bind (PlayStation 2)
This sequel to Surreal Software’s well-received action-horror game, The Suffering, finds its protagonist Torque free from the morbid penitentiary that once held him, yet imprisoned still by the sadistic demons that haunt his waking hours. Like the original game, Ties That Bind features plenty of violent combat action, strung on a storyline of macabre mystery. As he quests to learn more of the strange figure responsible for his imprisonment and torture, the hero finds himself in slums of Baltimore, where the demons that now follow him unleash their depravity and delight in the darkness they bring. Once again, Torque will face moral dilemmas that force him to risk his sanity and delve into his own gruesome past, if he ever hopes to learn the secrets that will lead him to a future of redemption.
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