The season of the witch may have past but there's always time to play some spooky videogames right? Sometimes you just want to have the wits scared out of you. Spooky Videogames Are What You Need Sure a Horror movie classic or two can do this but if you want something more interactive then playing some spooky videogames will be the thing to do. We got this covered for you if you need some ideas! So, whether you\u2019re after some kitsch fun or some genuine terror join us as we look at ten perfectly spooky videogames to play on Halloween or any time of the year. MediEvil (1998) What better place to start than MediEvil is there anything more Halloween than wandering around as a Skeleton while hacking apart your enemies. MediEvil was great fun as well as being a deeply engrossing game. Set in 1286 you play as Sir Daniel Fortesque, a Charlatan who needs to redeem himself by defeating the evil Zarok who accidentally reanimated the corpse of Sir Daniel. Graphically it was heavily influenced by The Nightmare Before Christmas, making it a perfect game for Halloween. MediEvil also recently got a remake on the PS4 which is well worth checking out. Resident Evil (1996) Every gamer is at least aware of Resident Evil and it\u2019s notorious gameplay and content. In case you\u2019ve been living under a rock, Resident Evil takes place in a mansion as members of Racoon City\u2019s special Police unit (S.T.A.R.S) investigate some cannibalistic murders. Obviously it all goes horribly wrong and you\u2019re trapped in a survival horror the like of which hadn\u2019t been seen before. Zombies and Infected Dogs jumping through windows await you in this classic horror game. Plants Vs Zombies: Garden Warfare (2014) Halloween is also about kids and Plants Vs Zombies is a great family game for Halloween. Plants Vs Zombies is a third-person team-based shooter where you take control of either anthropomorphic plants or zombies to take control of the garden. The plants are great and take influence from classic horrors such as Day of the Triffids and Little Shop of Horrors. It\u2019s great fun to play and very simple for younger players making it a brilliant alternative that all the family can get involved with. Castle Of Illusion Starring Mickey Mouse (1990) Going way back to 1990 Castle of Illusion is a classic game that\u2019s always worth revisiting. You take control of Mickey Mouse as he tries to rescue Minnie from an evil Witch called Mizrabel. The castle is full of freaky goings-on and you\u2019ll encounter some classic Halloween villains such as Giant Mushrooms, Toy Soldiers and Clowns. This really is a MegaDrive classic that fits perfectly into any Halloween playlist. Fatal Frame \/ Project Zero (2001) Fatal Frame is set in an abandoned Japanese mansion where a number of people have recently gone missing. You play as a young girl named Miku who goes to the mansion to find her brother but she soon realises the mansion is very haunted. Ok, so that all sounds pretty spooky but wait, there\u2019s more. The player can\u2019t actually see the ghosts that are coming after them, oh no, in order to see them you have to look through the camera which is also your only weapon. This means that sometimes you\u2019ll spot a ghost in a distant corner and other times you\u2019ll look through the viewfinder and boo! Horrific ghost right in your face. The whole game is incredibly atmospheric and in all honesty, you\u2019ll need serious nerve in order to get very far. Zombies Ate My Neighbors (1993) If you\u2019re looking for something different this Halloween then Zombies Ate My Neighbors could be the one for you. Take control of Zeke and Julie while they try to save their neighbors from a whole host of horror nasties. As well as the Zombies you\u2019ll encounter Squid People, Werewolves, Vampires, Pod People, Blobs, UFOs and Chainsaw Psychopaths. This game really does have everything you could want from a horror game and it\u2019s genuinely challenging as well. As our review also mentions it has a great atmospheric horror soundtrack too which really helps to get you in the mood. Friday the 13th The Game (2017) Who hasn\u2019t played a horror game and wondered what it would be like to play the monster? Well, in Friday the 13th you actually get to play as the legendary Jason Voorhees as you hack and slash your way through teenage campers at Camp Crystal Lake. Friday the 13th also has a great multiplayer mode where one person plays as Jason and the others are Camp Councillors trying to kill him. The game also features loads of locations from the movie franchise for a perfect nostalgia hit. Castlevania (1986) Another classic game for Halloween has to be Castlevania. You take control of Simon Belfort as you hunt down Count Dracula in his Transylvanian castle and encounter many ghoulish horrors along the way. This is a classic side-scrolling NES game but it really is set apart by its fantastic level design and soundtrack. Castlevania has plenty of sequels and alternate versions but we highly recommend you go back to the NES version to relive the classic. It\u2019s also worth noting that Castlevania will soon be getting a re-release courtesy of the PC Engine Mini. Dungeon Keeper 2 (1999) Not all games have to be hack and slash adventures and if you prefer something a little more sedate then Dungeon Keeper 2 is for you. Dungeon Keeper 2 is a dungeon building strategy game in which you take control of dungeons to assist the Horned Reaper. The Horned Reaper needs to collect a series of Portal gems to allow the underworld to return to the kingdom of Harmonia. While managing your dungeons you get to torture its inhabitants in a variety of comically sadistic ways. If you loved games like Sim City but wanted to explore your dark side then this was the game you needed in your life. Silent Hill (1999) Silent Hill is an obvious choice on our list of spooky videogames but it deserves its place here as it remains one of the scariest games ever to be released. You play as Harry Mason who was en route to the town for a vacation with his daughter Cheryl. They crash before they get there and Harry wakes up in an abandoned town with a weird fog and snow falling from the sky. It soon becomes apparent that there are things moving in the fog and things start going badly wrong from then on. Silent Hill tore up the rule book when it came out and became legendary for its relentless horror and twisted demonic creatures. We all had nightmares after playing it, of Pyramid Head coming after us, surrounded by his twisted nurses. So that concludes our picks of great games to play this Halloween. There are of course plenty more great horror and spooky videogames so which are your favourites? Why not let us know in the comments and join in the discussions.