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A death row convict must fight his way to freedom when nightmarish monsters invade the prison.

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Dallas / Luther (voice)
John Patrick Lowrie ...
Hermes / Sergei (voice)
John Armstrong ...
Killjoy / Horace (voice)
Ross Douglas ...
Clem (voice)
Mark Dias ...
Ernesto (voice)
Bhama Roget ...
Inferna (voice)
Earl Alexander ...
Jimmy (voice)
Meg Savlov ...
Consuela (voice)
Brandon Whitehead ...
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Chris Wicklund ...
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Carmen (voice)

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Alan Patmore

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Richard Rouse III ... ()

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Chris Kilmecky ... producer
Nick Radovich ... lead producer

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Erik Aho

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Mike Nichols

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Mark Bullock ... artist
Aaron Coberly ... artist
Beau Folsom ... co-lead artist
Jerusha Hardman ... lead artist
Roel Jovellanos ... artist
Cory Lee ... artist
Andre Maguire ... lead level designer
Ben Olson ... senior creature artist
Joe Olson ... artist
Brian Porter ... artist
Richard Rouse III ... lead designer
John Scrapper ... artist
Ian Stout ... artist

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Keith Arem ... sound recordist / voice director
Boyd Post ... sound
Nick Radovich ... audio director

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Steven Eric Allen ... CGI artist
Ramahan Faulk ... digital modeler
Asier Hernaez Lavina ... digital environment artist (as Asier Lavina)

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Jimmy Almeida ... animation director
Perry Cucinotta ... animator
Scott Cummings ... lead animator
Scott Dickey ... animator
Charles C. Johnson ... animator (as Chris Johnson)
Travis Phelps ... animator
Andy Poon ... animator (as Andrew Poon)

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Valerie Arem ... casting coordinator

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Boyd Post ... musical director

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Mark Berry ... motion capture actor
Patrick Betremieux ... lead programmer
Danilo Buendia ... Midway away team
Nathan Cheever ... senior designer
Mark Dias ... motion capture actor
John Kaufmann ... motion capture actor
Richard Rouse III ... project lead

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Plot Summary

A man known only as "Torque" is sentenced to death for the murder of his wife and two sons, an event he can remember nothing about, and is soon locked up on death row at Abbot State Penitentiary, the toughest, nastiest prison in Maryland. Torque has little time to lament his fate, as Abbot is suddenly overrun by strange monsters. As guards and prisoners alike are cut down by the creatures, who seem to embody different methods of death, from be-headings to lethal injection to being buried alive, Torque must battle these beasts (with guns, improvised weapons, and even an adrenaline-fueled rage ability that almost literally turns him into a monster) if he hopes to get off Carnate Island alive. Along the way, he'll learn more about Carnate's sordid history, including the restless spirits of a former prisoner, a former executioner, and a psychologist who's not quite right in the head himself. He'll also encounter friendly faces along the path to freedom, and whether he chooses to help these folks, or simply gun down everyone who gets in his way, changes the circumstances of the incident that sent him to prison, and nudges him towards either salvation... or damnation. Written by Andrew P.

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  • The Suffering (United States)
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Trivia A running in-joke in all Surreal games: it is possible to obtain a chicken as a weapon. See more »
Movie Connections Followed by The Suffering: Ties That Bind (2005). See more »
Quotes Loading Screen: Take away a man's light, his clothes, his food, his friends, his air, and you leave him with nothing but himself. And for most, that is not pleasant company.
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