Summary: This is a atmospheric game that uses the wii mote in interesting ways. I say atmospheric because scares are few and far between in the macabre setting of haunted mountain everything else is solid for a memorable journey.
Summary: This game was actually the first scary/horror game I bought or played, ever. So I was expecting good things to come of it because of the game trailer I seen a while back. I was interested in discovering myself what it was about so when I seen the Limited Edition version on here I couldn't resist. In the beginning I was very timid/hesitant to begin the game because of the main menu picture of a monster buddah, but the start of the game is good.
Controls Are NOT Broken! Read Explanation Below. Great Horror Title For Wii!
1 April 2012
Summary: I love horror games, starting with the first 3 Resident Evil's back in the late 90's. Cursed Mountain has that "old school" survival-horror feel to it which is a refreshing change of pace from modern titles like Dead Space and the more recent Resident Evil incarnations. As is often commented on, part of the fear and anxiety in the older survival-horror games was the difficulty of defending oneself, which arose from characters being controlled with all the dexterity of a...
Summary: This game is very interesting and creepy!! My daughter enjoys playing this as much as I love watching. In the game, she looks for clues while walking through a creepy deserted city at the top of a mountain. The character in the game must go down dark alleys and fend off ghosts who attack. My daughter is only partly through the game, but it holds her interest...and mine. I think this game is great for those who love suspense and don't get scared too easily!
Summary: I'll start by saying that I liked this game enough to play through it all the way, though for the last third of the game I did feel a bit like "is it over yet?!" The concept is great, the voice acting is really good for the budget I'm sure they had, and the experience does feel a bit like (perhaps) what it would feel to climb a mountain, which is what they were going for. That said, the tediousness and repetitiveness of climbing a mountain are also present.
Summary: This game has got a creepy atmosphere, eerie music to match and spot on game play. A problem I find with a lot of games is the playability as far as the controls goes - this is pretty easy to move around and easy to understand. Along the way you'll have to get along by piecing things together, using a mixture of survival mentality with Buddhist enlightenment to solve the puzzles before you.