Conclusion: In spite of some medium-sized annoyances, there are no game-breaking problems here, and there’s a lot of enjoyment to be had for players who like a sprinkle of terror on their gaming pie. Along with GTA: Chinatown Wars, Dementium just goes to show that there is an adult market for DS software and, as long as they are of a similar quality to these two examples, gamers from this more mature demographic should be very satisfied indeed.
Excerpt: Renegade Kid is an indie developer based in Austin, Texas. The Company's first game, Dementium: The Ward, is a first-person horror effort that gathered a wide selection of decent reviews upon its US release in October 2007. It's taken a long time for the game to drag its demonic derrière over to Europe, but in this case late is certainly better than never: it's a thoroughly decent effort that provides the DS with a neat survival-shooter hybrid – hardly an area in which...
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Summary: “Dementium: The Ward” does many things right that it would be a shame for DS owners not to give it a try. Renegade Kid developed a solid first effort that although it’s not without its faults, provides plenty of thrills and screams in an entertaining horror-fest. Dementium comes with a high recommendation!
Summary: Dementium: The Ward tells a twisted story with gruesome 3D visuals and FPS gameplay. The game's interactive narrative reveals the puzzling nature of a strange hospital frozen-in-time, and introduces a cast of peculiar characters.