If we’re talking action-horror games here, it doesn’t get any better than Eternal Darkness. We’ve definitely seen our fair share of the two genres: Resident Evil has its action, and Silent Hill has its psychological frights. Eternal Darkness, however, amazingly had both of those in equal abundance, with its sanity meter being its biggest draw. Sanity’s Requiem has a beautifully told story to boot, with each “stage” effectively functioning as another chapter in the Roivas family history. It was a game that begged for a sequel, and it was even promised for a while, but we haven’t seen anything from it since. For shame.