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Submitted by KeenanTheSavage 2112d ago | review

Dementium: The Ward Review

When most people think portable games, especially on Nintendo's portable platforms, they usually are thought of as light hearted and are usually rated by the ESRB as "E" for everyone or "T" for teens. The developer Renegade Kid decided instead to go for a grittier game then we are use to on the Nintendo DS. Dementium has zombie like enemies, cheap scares and dark corridors that are all so common in many other survival horror titles. With the limited capabilities of the DS it seems unlikely that a game could reach the levels of a console survival horror game. Will Dementium: The Ward keep you awake at night, or will it quickly put you to sleep? (Dementium: The Ward, Nintendo DS) -

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