Dementium: The Ward Review | Games Finder

Dementium: The Ward Review. Reviewed on: DS; Dementium is a handheld mixture of Doom and Silent Hill that is about as scary as a game played on a 3-inch screen on the bus can be. Nov 6, 2007 5 Dementium II: Review. GBase.de 8/2010 - Der Schrecken hat kein Ende. Im Gegenteil: In Dementium II wollen euch erneut zahlreiche Mutanten ans Leder. Im Vergleich zum Vorgänger hat sich einiges getan: Neben dem Einsatz einer schickeren Optik und zahlreichen Kontrollpunkten will Entwickler Renegade Kid nun weg vom aggressiven, hin zum subtilen Horror. Das ändert jedoch nichts an der Dementium: The Ward Review Dementium is a handheld mixture of Doom and Silent Hill that is about as scary as a game played on a 3-inch screen on the bus can be. Dementium I have to write this review since people are really picking it apart for the most obnoxious reason (Looking at you Jim Sterling). Dementium Remastered is a great updated re-release on the 3ds of the original dementium. It was made back in 2007 on a much inferior hardware, so it may not be strikingly surprising to anyone used to the horror genre, and yet still as a budget portable Like all games, Dementium: The Ward has a few faults that create some friction through the multitude of game chapters including a save mode that can be frustrating as it respawns enemies but not the resources you’ll need to defeat them. The lack of mid level checkpoint can also be frustrating when a death returns you to the chapter start. Summary: Spine-tingling audio combines with horrific Dementium I have to write this review since people are really picking it apart for the most obnoxious reason (Looking at you Jim Sterling). Dementium Remastered is a great updated re-release on the 3ds of the original dementium. It was made back in 2007 on a much inferior hardware, so it may not be strikingly surprising to anyone used to the horror genre, and yet still as a budget portable Review: Dementium Remastered. 2015-12-02 08:00:00 by Jed Whitaker. 0. Better off dead. Dementium was originally pitched by Renegade Kid to Konami as a proof of concept for a Silent Hill game on Dementium is kind of a landmark for publisher Gamecock—it's the new company's first game. It is also developer Renegade Kid's first solo effort, so a lot is riding on Dementium: The Ward.

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