One of those experiments for the Wii that just didn't make it.
Ayame Nelson, Amazon
4 September 2014
Summary: Cursed Mountain is one of those mixed-bag Wii games. It's one where a developer tried to do something rather grand and different with the system and it's unique controller. In the end you have a game that's high on concept, low on execution in some areas. Certain Wii remote gestures will NEVER work right, which in this game can lead to some frustrating deaths and puzzle moments.The environments to explore are big, but usually empty and bland.
Summary: I couldn't play Cursed Mountain. Big horror game fan here, having played Resident Evil, Evil Dead, Zombie U, Eternal Darkness etc...I bought Cursed Mountain. I'm not a bad player, I'm a core-gamer and like to finish games I buy. I couldn't even get pass the first boss in this game. The controls are so unresponsive that I just eventually gave up. Had it been because I wasn't good enough, I would have kept playing, but I felt cheated because the controls were bad.
Summary: The controls for this game can be a little crappy at times, but I thought the whole concept of the game, as well as the scenery, was pretty awesome. It's not the most exciting game and can move along slowly at times, but I think it's still worth checking out. It's not that difficult and short too, so could be a good rental. Let's face it, the Wii struggles for good games, and when you start running out of gaming options, there's always Cursed Mountain.
Summary: This game scares the bejeezus out of me! I LOVE IT!!! Game play involves missions in which you must find items and will encounter ghosts you must battle along the way. Single ghosts are somewhat easy to overcome but it's a challenge when five or six gang up on you. Engaging story-line that keeps you playing. Relatively easy game controls with Wii remote and nunchuk. Prepare yourself to be sufficiently creeped out!