Submitted by jeremyds 1964d ago | review

DigitalSomething Review: Dementium II

Jeremy writes in his review: "I have a sordid history with horror based video games. On one hand, I love them much like I love horror movies. On the other, when it comes to horror games, I am a big wuss. If I am controlling the character in the game, that character becomes an extension of myself. Therefore, my brain says that this is all much scarier than it should be. Just ask my friends how I was when we used to play Doom 3 co-op over Xbox Live. The big question here is whether or not the atmosphere of a horror game from a console can be replicated in portable form. The answer is OMGGETTHATTHINGAWAYFROMME! " (Dementium II, Nintendo DS) 8/10

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