Summary: u see a lil girl murderd then the rest of the game u try to hide from an annoying freddy kruger with a beergut who says the same static alyssa were are u every 5 seconds u dont fight u simply hide in places until he goes away it it was pulled off well it might work but the graphics are level after level of grey desolate wastelands and the sounds regrettable dont buy this heck resident evil on playstation 1 is better than this best used as a frisbee
Summary: Clock Tower 3 is definitely a fun game, for the most part, anyway. The graphics are great, but the game play has a few flaws. The main character, Alyssa receives a letter at boarding school from her mother instructing her not to return home until she has turned 15. Naturally, Alyssa is disturbed by the message and, of course, returns home. What follows is a nightmare of serial killers, ghosts, and the mystery of the Clock Tower.
Summary: Clock Tower 3 is definitely a fun game, for the most part, anyway. The graphics are great, but the gameplay has a few flaws. The main character, Alyssa recieves a letter at boarding school from her mother instructing her not to return home until she has turned 15. Naturally, Alyssa is disturbed by the message and, of course, returns home. What follows is a nightmare of serial killers, ghosts, and the mystery of the Clock Tower.
Summary: Being a lover of horror/survival games, I thought this one would fit in really well. It was highly recommended by the guy at the video store "better than the Resident Evils or Silent Hills". Well, dude you're wayyy off! It starts out nice, dark and creepy, but loses it once the game gets going. The two HUGE downfalls are...first, what's with the controls deviating from the standard directional/button combo that was used for all the horror/survival games.
Summary: Clock Tower 3 is the only game in the past that truly deserves it's M rating. It is the most violent game since the first Resident Evil. It figures since they are both made by horror genre maker Capcom. Clock Tower 3 starts out with Alyssa, a 14-year-old girl who recieves an ominous and strange letter from her mother. Alyssa goes home from her boarding school, and finds that her mother is not there. That is when her troubles begin.
Summary: You play as fifteen to be Alyssa. A teenager girl who unwillngly became one of the Rooders, a family swore to protect against entities who sole purpose to turn the world into a darkness. The graphics are very cool and the game play is similar to other Capcom adventure games (i.e. Resident Evil). It doesn't take lots of brain to solve the puzzles but the irretating part is you must avoid the monsters during the process.
Summary: I for one do not like "boss battles," so I was happy that they were very easy in this game. Other than holy water, your character is not equipped with any weapons, (except during boss battles where she gets a bow and arrow). While it was not difficult to beat the Final Boss, it did take a long time to do so, so you'll find your patience wearing down and boredom setting in.
Summary: Clock tower 3 isnt a bad game- but it's not really a good game either. The graphics are top notch, some of the best on the ps2, and the cinemas are incredible. However after an hour or so into the game, the tedium sets in. get this key, open that, hide here so the monster (called subordinates) wont see you, use this item to fight off the monster, etc.
Summary: I played the Japanese version of this game with great expectation as a horror game fan and it turned out to be a nice horror game but has some flaws. The director of this game was ( He's gone just after making this game) a famous Japanese film director. ( See for the " Royal Battle" - Mega Hit film in Japan ) So the game goes with horror movie narative style. Blood gores are everywhere and the graphics are Kodak film tone .
Excerpt: Clock Tower 3 es un survival horror bastante orginal, en el que no tenemos armas para derrotar a nuestros enemigos. Por lo que debemos ir huyendo de ellos mientras resolvemos la fase hasta que llegue el momento de derrotarlo con el arco sagrado. Clock Tower 3 posee una historia original, pero su punto fuerte es la presión que sentimos cuando el asesino nos persigue y solo podemos huir y escondernos, no golpearle como en otros juegos del género.