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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.

LebaNoob5159d 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.

mephman5159d ago

Yea, but trying to create a mature survival horror game on the DS might be stretching a bit too far.

PS360WII5159d 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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Kickstarter: Cult County

Cult County is an awesome Kickstarter in dire need of your support! The minds behind the Dementium games have created an all-new horror game for your enjoyment.

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sawjiu3713d ago

580k to start with is a big LOL. Seems as fun as Flying Hamster 2 started with 150k and still struggling.

Venoxn4g3713d ago

Renegade Kid are good devs, I wish them luck ...

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Dementium II HD: new screenshots

Memetic Games has released some new gameplay screens taken from their next survival horror.

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MadLad3882d ago

Definitely looks like the high-resolution DS game that it is, just with a few minor graphical improvements.
Still, that said, I loved the game on the DS and I am still looking forward to this.

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Just in Time to Miss Halloween Entirely, Digital Tribe Reveals a New Trailer for Dementium II HD

Hardcore Gamer: As this new trailer demonstrates, Dementium II's design has as much in common with Doom 3 as it does with the likes of Amnesia and Outlast. The video shows off a number of gruesome creatures (including the deliciously named Goregamesh) that players will be able to fend off with sledgehammers, dynamite, and that classic tool of teenage vandalism: the improvised flamethrower.

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