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Submitted by Cyrus365 2143d ago | review

PALGN: Dementium: The Ward Review

PALGN writes: "There aren't many portable horror titles about. You could probably count the number on one hand, and the number of decent titles with fewer fingers. But that hasn't stopped Gamecock, who've engineered Dementium: The Ward to be a full-bore first-person horror-action title. With gameplay reminiscent of Doom 3 and visuals inspired by Silent Hill, it doesn't necessarily present us with anything we haven't seen before. The fact that it's replicating these elements on a handheld, however, is something of an achievement. So does Dementium succeed in scaring the pants off us on the bus, or should it be locked up in a padded cell?" (Dementium: The Ward, Nintendo DS) 7.5/10

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