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Submitted by LiquescentShadow 1637d ago | review

StartGame Review: Dementium: The Ward

StartGame: There are quite a few rail shooters on the DS and Dementium: The Ward has gone completely off the rails, which is good. As for the plot, well, you begin your adventure being dragged legs first through a blood spattered hospital and into a room where the door is then slammed shut. Here starts the adventure: you have no idea why you’re here or how you got here, mysteriously the door is open…Oh, and like Bolton town centre and all good horror films it’s chucking it down outside. (Dementium: The Ward, Nintendo DS) 7/10

Matthew94  +   1637d ago
this game is like 4 years old and the saw isnt a spoiler. its the name of the chapter
LiquescentShadow  +   1637d ago
Fine tale, matey!
It's technically not even 3 years old yet, and you only would have been playing it that long if you live in Japan or imported it. It's only been available in EU territories for a little over a year.

The spoiler is more tongue in cheek than anything.

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