Summary: When I first heard of this game, it was before its official release, they had a demo of it at the Innoventions attraction at Disneyland Resort. Being an ultra Disney fan, I really wanted it, but at the young age of 12, could not afford it. My dad rented the game for me once, and I played through a few of the rooms with my younger brother before we got too scared and turned it off. Now, 10 years later, I came across it on Amazon.
Summary: This game was a lot of fun for me. It was difficult on "Nightmare" mode and easy on "Easy", so in that respect it can be played by nearly anyone. The game takes place in an amazing-looking digital Haunted Mansion (Disneyland version, which means no Library and no Vincent Price). The details are GREAT, even down to the portraits on the wall, the wallpaper, the characters, the settings, etc.
Summary: I got "The Haunted Mansion" Years ago for Christmas. I played. At first (I was young), it freaked me out. There is this dude with a hood. Ok, Back to the game. This is game is entertaining and has a strong challenge. Many Puzzles and it is pretty suspensful. Also, some things will give you the big creeps, like: Spiders - Ghosts - Hood Dude - Zombie Arms! Yes, the esrb rating is correct. This is for players who dont get freaked out easily.
Summary: This game was a good game to play with my son who's five. It has the horror factor from the house being haunted, but it isn't too scary for younger kids. The only flaw I had was that the descriptions of the commands and some of the things you needed to do were a little unnecessary at parts, and at others they were too limited, making it hard to understand what to do at that part.
Summary: This game is really fun and very challenging, but even choosing the easiest difficulty level can lead to a lot of frustration if you can't figure out the technique that is required to finish a level (the book-walking in the conservatory is just one example that had our 12-year-old frustrated to tears; I am fairly computer-savvy and this challenge--even at the easiest difficulty setting--took me about an hour).
Summary: Wonderful. You explore the rooms in a mansion. Each room has an action-oriented puzzle that you must solve before you can move to the next room. Seems like the difficulty of the puzzles was tweaked just right, where they were not too hard or too easy. I also appreciate that the boss enemy at the end was easy to defeat...because I absolutely hate bosses! They destroy the flow of the game for me. The graphics were pretty.
Summary: This is a great game for people who are good with puzzeles and examining tiny details. The average gamer- kid or adult- would probobly have the same difficulty with it as anybody else. Can be a bit spooky at times; not reccomended for kids 6 and under. Rent first- you too could be trapped in the mansion! Bwah Ha Ha!
Summary: This is a good game. I reccomend buying it. The female ghost that comes up to you and screams in your face really loud is very scary if the volume on the T.V. is up high. She scared the hell out of my brother! I don't play it very much anymore, since I don't know how to beat the museum. Turning the pictures from bad to good is the last and hardest task in the game.
Summary: Okay, the first thing you should do is to forget whatever the plot line is in the movie ofwhich this game is based on. Why? The only thing that actually connect the movie to this game is Madame Leota (the fortune teller head in the magic bowl), spiders (lots of spiders), the ghosts, the animated heads, and of course the haunted mansion itself. You won't be finding Eddie Murphy's character and his family in this game.