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 packaging and everything was flawless, the game was not that great, it's bogged down by a poor experience of exploration, combat that is not explained, puzzles that offer no clues, the list goes on and on.
Summary: I am not a very avid game player. I got stuck on one level and couldn't get passed the seven ghosts. I was not fast enough for the game play. But if someone has a faster reaction, they might be able to complete this game.
Summary: All in all it was not a terrible game, but it's one tragic flaw is why it is collecting dust before I was able to beat it. What drew me to it was the price and the love of survival horror games. The atmosphere of the game is creepy and the enemies do catch you by surprise on occasion, giving a good "jump factor." However this is the only positive thing I have to say about it.
Summary: This is my full review of cursed moutain for the wii I actually bought this game brand knew 10 dollars in gamestop when they had a sale going on.....this game is basically considered a “classic horror game” I personally have to say that I didn't really enjoyed the game that much; and I will give out my own opinion about this game...
Summary: The game moved slowly and the first boss battle was too challenging to want to continue the game. It took several months for an above average gamer to get through. The fun was definitely gone after playing the same section 200 times. I never played to the end and ended up returning this game. I was pretty disappointed. If the bird didn't attack while you healed it would have been a bit more fair.
Travel respectfully among the ancient culture of Tibet... and break all their urns!
Space Lover, Amazon
27 May 2010
Summary: Here's my mental picture of how a game like "Cursed Mountain" came to be: Some skinny game developer had a profound, life-changing trip to Tibet, and really wanted to weave these experiences into a game. He then hooked up with some Guido Moneybags guy for production capital, got the game to 'slightly polished draft' state, and Guido called his loan, demanding, "Get this thing out the door! I don't care about your vacation in Tibet; I want my ROI!
Summary: I ordered this game and, about a week and a half later, I got a copy of Ice Age 2: The Meltdown..... I mean, I sort of see the link there, Ice Age, Cursed Mountain (where there is Ice), but it's not a mistake I'd really expect is easily made. I sort of visualized a single 90 year old woman working in the warehouse, when she got the message for 'Cursed Mountain'. "Well, this computer disc has a mountain on it...
Summary: After the blurb on TV and the terrified people playing it I thought this would be right up my street. So having completed Resident Evil 4 I dived in ready to go all guns blazing. Instead I ended up ripping most of my hair out in frustration and dislocating my arms as they took on a life of their own trying to perform the weird and wonderful wii moves.