Reviews and Problems with Eternal Darkness: Sanity's Requiem
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unlike any other game i've played...in a good way
Awesome272 , GameStop
3 March 2014
Summary: Eternal Darkness truly separates itself from other horror games, it shows its unique aspects right off the cover of the game. The game starts off with are main protagonist Alex Roivas getting a call from a Rhode Island police investigator about "a sudden death in the family". Alex travels to Rhode Island to find out that things are not as they seemed.
Summary: Im 27yrs old now and I havent played this game since I was 19yrs old. I have been looking everywhere for this game and its soo hard to find nowdays. I miss this game so much it hurts. It has awesome Graphics, Music, Characters and Themes. I can remember so little from this game, cause its been a long time since I last played. I used to own this game long time ago for GameCube and my biggest mistake was to give it away.
Summary: I wish they would make another, this was my first"Horror" game I ever played. I still own it and never will part!!!! what a wonderful time I had, considering the fact that it came out on game cube this game was brilliant, the graphics were awesome for that time period. It is a must have in your game collection!!!!
Summary: I completely adore this game and even though I've beaten it twice I still have a hard time playing it in the dark. The gameplay is FANTASTIC, the use of different characters from different periods of time that all encountered the book is a really awesome part of it. Instead of playing as one character in one point in time you get to basically time travel.
Summary: Once the game begins, I found it hard to put down the controls. Having different characters to play during the game definitely keeps your interest. I have finished the 2x and am on my 3rd to see the different endings. Apparently there are 3 different endings.
Summary: While it was some years before I actually bought & played this game, I remember hearing about it when it was still in development, before the GameCube itself was even released (back when the working name for the system was still the Dolphin) - that's how big of an impression the game play made on me.
Summary: This is a game not to be missed. Great story line that is creepy and a little sad at times. Good graphics and a cool music soundtrack also enhance game play. I promise you will jump out of your skin at a few scenes! Highly recommend it. I promise you if you play this game it will land on your favorites list.
Summary: This game is worth the price of a used Gamecube even if it is the only game you will ever own for the system. More of a dream and less of a game, it's as if David Lynch decided to make a video game. Eternal Darkness meshes real historical facts and people with fictionally fantastic storylines and it does it with little forced effort on the developer's part. It's a rare game that gets everything right. This game plays like the most enjoyable nightmare you've ever had.