Summary: Theresia has alot of problems; the puzzles are kinda weird (in that the sloutions are just ridiculously skewed in terms of logic) and there are some noticeable (but infrequent) syntax/ grammar errors.
Summary: I had recently played another Aksys game (9 Hours, 9 Persons, 9 Doors) and enjoyed it. Theresia seemed to be similar in gameplay, but in a darker gothic style with survival horror elements. Being a huge fan of the horror genre, I decided to buy it. In terms of gameplay, Theresia is tedious.
Summary: When I first heard of this game I was really curious how a horror game would work out on the DS. After playing the game I must say this, the graphics for the game are pathetic. It was like flashback to my early Nintendo days. And the controls and interface are annoying.
Excerpt: Age Rating - M/17+ 1 Player There is no wi-fi or multiplayer option for this game. Can be bought new or used for £15+ on ebay.co.uk I love games with an in-depth storyline and I had heard that this was good for creating an atmospheric, emotional play; plus the eyeless figures on the game box cover...
Pros: Good storyline, artwork and the fact it's a point and click game .
Cons: Frustrating puzzles, repetitive soundtrack and some translation issues .