Summary: This game was only worth playing because it was one of the only games available when the PS2 first came out. With nothing else to play, this was barely passable. Now, there is no reason to play this game. Sorry, but it's true. The game dialog is filled with barely comprehensible translations and poor performances. The puzzles make little sense. There's just no reason to recommend it.
Summary: - I am a gamer - I've been playing games since the NES - I am a developer - I did not finish the game because it was too crappy. My experience and why I'll never put this game in my PS2 again: I'm imagining that this game was originally released in Japanese, and so it was probably cooler before the dubbing. As it stands, the dubbing is only slightly better than Resident Evil 1.
Summary: I remember playing this game when I was very young at my brothers friends house, and I was addicted to it. I have fond memories of it and wanted to play it again, but good lord, how... how did I play this when I was little? Its very annoying. You can't save your progress, if memory serves right (I haven't played it in a while, though still have it), and it automatically saves as you progress through the game.
Summary: I was SO excited about getting to play this game. I rushed through Silent Hill 2 to start this one and was so disapopinted. The theory and story line are good, as are the graphics. But the whole game was over with in under 4 hours. There weren't many choices given throughout the game so I don't imagine there can be much variation on the endings. It certainly is not worth paying $50 for and I have no interest in playing it again.
Summary: I bought this game without renting it first (my first mistake). It was one of the worst games i've ever played. One of the most Irritating things about it was that you spent about 80 percent of the time watching the game vs. actually playing. The storyline [was bad] too. Very boring game.