Submitted by kingdavid 1539d ago | review

Gamepro - Dementium 2 review

I was initially skeptical of Dementium II. I had a hard time believing that the DS' diminutive dimensions could offer a foreboding, atmospheric horror experience. But I couldn't deny the ambitous nature of the game's design, and while it doesn't always succeed, Dementium II surprised me with its quality and depth. (Dementium II, Nintendo DS) 3.5/5

LebaNoob  +   1539d ago
Regardless of the score, I can't help but respect any developer who has the balls to make a mature game for the DS.
mephman  +   1539d ago
Yea, but trying to create a mature survival horror game on the DS might be stretching a bit too far.
PS360WII  +   1539d ago
The first one wasn't half bad and it sounds like the sequel is not to shabby as well.

Seems they added part of the difficulty with the low amount of save spots but also has the standard low to no ammo... melee weapons sound like you don't want to use them ha

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