Summary: Clock Tower 3 was an excellent game! The graphics were solid and the game play was well thought out! It stayed interesting from beginning to end and you never felt as though you lost the thread. The boss battles were definitely a challenge! You may look at Clock Tower 3 and wonder..."how hard could it be"...don't be fooled! It gives you a run for your gaming money! You will have to be tenatious to finish this one!
Summary: I really enjoyed this game, i played it with my sister cause i was so scared! Anyway, i thought it was scary and all but it didn't deserve 5 stars. Why? you ask. Well, i thought the game was to short.. it's only 4 levels and once i was engrossed i wanted it to keep going. Plus, the enemies that you fight agaisnt can get pretty annoying-- i swear i heard scissorwoman say "snickety-snap" about 20 times before I could run away from her.
Summary: I enjoy games with vilonce,etc. the bad side 2 this game is that it is short and the fact Alyssa is a slow runner, i can understand about the panic metre even though its annoying, that they r trying 2 make it hard on u and that u can't get weapons until a boss battle (bow and arrow), Alyssa is 2 young 2 have guns and that running away from ugly dead maniacs is 2 add the challenge 2 it.
Summary: I just finished the game and my overall impressin is that it is in general a good game. More into Suspense than Horror. The nice things about the game is that, other than boss battles, it is not a shooting type of game where you are a hero just blasting all monsters around with uber weapons. Your only defence is a bottle of limited supply of holy water.
Summary: I absolutely hate this game. I gave it 4 stars because there's no denying that it's a good game, the graphics are astounding, and I give the makers props for doing something origional. I just don't like it. It's not really scary, just graphic. You see a child's head smashed in by a murderer right on the screen, which wouldn't bother me except that it's a child. They usually either don't kill children or turn the camera away at the moment it actually happens.
Summary: This game is visually stimulating, with a pretty decent story to match. Some story events get dangerously close to a Buffy-type game (a young teenage girl with the mission to destroy possessed demons...hmm) What makes this game really terrifying is that you have no way to kill your enemies. You can douse them in holy water to stun them for a bit, but that's all. The only thing you can do is hide, which does get a bit repetitive after a while.
Summary: Survival Horror is taken another step in this game and this time it is really trying to survive. Instead of using weapons like the resident evil series, clock tower throws you into the same type of situations, without guns and ammo. You use holy water as a weapon but it won't kill, it just stuns them giving you a little time to run away. This game scared me at certain points with it's eerie music, the sound of an enemy nearby, hiding in lockers.
Summary: The first two Clock Tower games (on PS1) didn't reach many gamers due to several reasons (the first was one of the very earliest games and its "point and click" gameplay style didn't capture the public imagination. The second one sank pretty quickly too (not even released in Europe, so I never played it). Lets hope the same does not happen to the 3rd, because it's by far the best.