Summary: I felt a bit disappointed with this game as although at first it is quite scary, you get used to the constant ghosts popping up here there and everywhere. I also got a bit tired of looking for hours in the villages for a way to progress. As I got further in I felt I was getting less scared and more annoyed as there are some tough ghosts and you cannot progress without killing them and if you die you have to re-do an entire scene.
Summary: I won't go into depth with the story as many reviewers have already done so. I'll just explain my experience. To begin with, the game isn't very scary. The first few levels are pretty creepy and atmospheric but the game loses its charm when the actions with the wii remote and nunchuck are required more and more to continue. This is where my biggest problem with the game is. I'm halfway through playing and have never found myself losing my temper so much in all my life.
Summary: Cursed Mountain is a survival horror full of eerie ghosts and malevolent spirits that plays out against the backdrop of the Himalayas and is based around fascinating Tibetan Buddhism. Acclaimed climbers, Frank Simmons and Paul Ward, are sent on an expedition by Edward Bennett to scale the formidable Chomolonzo ("Sacred One") and retrieve the Terma - an elusive and archaic relic.
Summary: My son liked this, but got a bit stuck on some levels. He played modern warfare 3 easily, so maybe this game requires a bit more thought to work out. Creepy graphics and sound effects.Overall a reasonable game that's a bit different.
Summary: Like the title of my review, the game is primarily a mashup of classic survival horror games. Then surely this is a good thing, I hear you say. I would reply to you, good sir, that if done well I would be applauding Deep Slver from my armchair. However, what you get is what feels like a very unfinished unpolished game. The graphics are like those of a middling PS2 title - not ugly, but not the graphical excellence that you saw in Silent Hill: Shattered Memories.
Conclusion: nice attempt at this type of game. the graphics are really good, the sound is superb, especially through a surrond system. downsides are that the game does get repetative, also i completed it within 2 weeks. a few jumps,but not as bad as the ads make your think.
Conclusion: Started this game and was loving it,graphics are good but like one of the other reviews,stuck on 'defending the shrine keeper' and cannot get past this stage,have tried everything but just keep getting killed.If you get hit your energy levels go down very quickly and your movements are a lot slower which makes it easier for the enemy to get you.
Slow paced adventure game - definately not for action fans!
DB, Game Seek
4 January 2010
Conclusion: This game is very atmospheric. Imagine ’Silent Hill’, but climbing a creepy mountain on your own, with the wind blowing through your surround sound speakers. Its very slow moving (one later level is just basically just climbing up the mountain - and it takes ages!). The ghosts are not very scary and to be honest they’re annoying. Theres not many puzzles, apart from finding a key to unlock doors etc...