Summary: What a great game; follows the persona of Clock Tower 3, which is another favorite of mine. The game was shipped in the normal time parameters, disc has some scratches, but is in great condition. The game plays very well with no skipping or flaws.
Summary: You're in a castle being stalked by some giant weirdo that tries to kill you, and the only way out is to hide. The gameplay revolves around exploring the castle for a way to advance and escape alive, but occasionally the inhabitant of the castle will try to kill you. You have a dog with you, that can help distract the enemy long enough for you to escape, but you're practically useless in actual combat. There is no way to fight back. Just run.
Summary: This game is alright. It is fustrating and yet exciting to. Its this i wish i could do more , yet glad you dont kind of game. The dude chasing is fustrating and makes one angry to rid the world of him . Yet the castle and walk around is pretty good. And the Dog attcking the enemy and using him to get things you cant reach is a great concept . Over all its pretty good . And its exciting at times .
Summary: Sorry, but I will start off with the same phrase,which has already been said by many people.This game is something like an improved Clock tower 3 (actually it was planned to become a CT4), but still somewhat different.And I gonna compare those two for a while. Seems like Capcom (stealing *a bit* of the CT idea) had put all their efforts to make this one much better.I was really enjoying the plot but only the first half of the game.Later it got somewhat ridiculous in my...
Summary: The game is really fun. It's got great graphics and it's quite scary. The bad guys can get annoying at times when they won't give you a chance to hide or get away and the panic mode is really bothersome. Hewie can also get in the way at the wrong times. It's realistic though and it makes you think. Overall this is an awesome game for any horror fan, you just have to be willing to have patience and have good trategies.
Summary: I like this game simply because you are not in control over everything. You have to rely on being able to hide from your enemies and rely on the dog, I forget his name but it was something stupid, to help you. You are constantly worrying about people coming and killing you, so you are never bored when you play this game I assure you.
Summary: Haunting Ground always struck me as as interesting premise for a game, and when the price was right I bit on it. The result was that it became one of my personal favorites released on the system, and although I can't give it five stars like maybe Resident Evil 4, it has plenty to offer. For the most part, there are no weapons in the game. The main character Fiona can kick and order her canine companion Hewie to attack, but mostly you will be running a lot in this game.