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Submitted by skynidas 1841d ago | review

GameSpot: Dementium II Review

GameSpot writes: "It's not very often that you'll come across a DS game that isn't afraid to splash the screen with gore and dismemberment. While buckets of blood alone aren't guaranteed to result in a great and creepy game, 2007's Dementium: The Ward made a strong case for taking a trip to the dark side on the handheld. Venturing through the grim, oppressive hallways of an atrocity-infested mental institution with a cheap flashlight and an arsenal of deadly implements was an eerie and entertaining experience. The original was an ambitious first-person survival horror game done mostly right, but a few design issues--chief among them a poorly implemented save system and repetitive level structure--bogged down the short, grisly adventure. Dementium II tightens up the gameplay, fixes a lot of the frustrating elements that hampered the first game, and brings the horror-infused action to some interesting new locations". (Dementium II, Nintendo DS) 8/10

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