Summary: Got the PC version recently, remember playing this on 360 a fair few years ago and though it was alright. Games not aged really that well and hasn't the magic of classic. Sluggish movement vs crappy melee fights, set to the back drop of something out of the X-files, its just a bit meh now.
Summary: Great atmospheric game. Taking the role of an FBI agent on the hunt for a serial killer known as 'Match Maker', you find yourself operating alone soon enough when you are framed for the murder of 2 fellow agents. The game is a shooter but also combines some basic investigation and gathering of forensic evidence, which is mostly pretty easy and won't slow you down much.
Summary: I played this game on a Japanese system and it gave me no trouble. This particular game is very thrilling because you are finding a killer and the lights go off, causing you to go through this giant building chasing druggies and killers--or at least they're chasing you. You can use pipes, boards, hammers, axes, or almost anything you can find to protect yourself.
Summary: First off I don't even understand how the games got such a good rating. Controls are sad to say the least the character walks slower than any other game I've ever played and his running is as fast as walking in a most games, and runs out in 7 seconds and take a while to recharge, he can only hold 1 weapon at a time (LAME) and his health is so sad he can be killed in only 3 hits (pathetic).
Summary: Damn it. Just when I thought I was playing an actual honest-to-goodness "survival horror" game that didn't involves zombies or mutants, CCO turns into a monotonous, limited FPS. It's creepy as all hell with its genuine look and feel. It has an engaging story with some good voice-over work. The idea of using items around you as weapons also stands out along with a few firearms here and there. The detective tools are interesting and are used to further the story.