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The visage of doctors and patients alike fade in and out of these nightmarish visions of tortured memories. This eggshell reality is fractured by experiments conducted in the ward. Blood, flesh and screams surround as you put together the pieces of your story and make your escape from the Bright Dawn Treatment Center while the dark doctor watches on in amusement.
Experience the award winning cult favorite like never before with completely updated visuals, lighting and controls for the PC and Mac - Same Bones, New Flesh.
Classic gameplay that balances the Action, Story and Puzzle elements into an unforgettable horror experience.
Fight through unique enemies that require different strategies to defeat the nightmares, or to simply survive
Twisted storyline that keeps you guessing throughout the entire game.
Multifunctional weapons that take out the enemies and grant access to new areas.
New ghostly creatures haunt Pelf Village that will chill you to the bone.
Steam achievements, Cloud Save and Controller support
If you are into strange, alternative types of creepy, horror games, you might just like this game. If you aren't into that, then you definitely won't like this game. There really is no middle ground. This game pretty much does one thing - tries to see how strange and bizarre it can be. Forget a good story, forget fun gameplay, forget pretty much anything else that can make a game enjoyable, this game goes all-out to present the strangest / weirdest experience you will find. Again, if you like that, then definitely get this game - you wont be disappointed. However, if you are looking for a fun game where story and gameplay matter, then you are better served to stay away from this one.
The adventure takes place in a psychiatric ward. You are William Redmoor and have just been transferred to Bright Dawn Treatment Center and have fallen in coma. As you awake, strange things start to occur. Monsters appears and the world “changes”... Is it an hallucination or is the explanation more horrifying than that? Dementium 2 is one of many Indie First Person Survival Horror game. And like a lot of them, it uses the Unity Engine. So as a HD port of a Nintendo DS game, Dementium 2 is certainly not visually impressive. The graphics are serviceable, though. You fight enemies and solve puzzles in classic survival horror manner. The game is not bad per se, but there are a lot of better titles out there.
I don't know, maybe it's because I have played many zombie games or something, but I don't find this game very scary, maybe for some it is, but not for me. Besides all that horror stuff I must say that it has very interesting and fun gameplay. I didn't understand what happened at the beginning of this game, and why am I suddenly in prison full of blood in every corner, but it was fun for sure. Map, or maybe I should say Track, is very simple so you won't get lost. There is good choice of weapons, and a lot of various enemies and bosses, which you will find very fun to kill :D I heard that this game is port from DS, but I didn't go to search for all that stuff, I just enjoyed the game. This game has nice graphics and they surely gives effect for all that horror hospital or prison thing, which is very nice. I hear many people complaining about price of this game, but I think it's fair and worth it, again, if you don't like it - wait for sale, and then get it without any doubts.
I bought and played the original Dementium games years ago when they came out on the Nintendo DS. I loved these games because unlike many indie survival horror games that use cheap jump-scares, these games heavily utilized the environment to unsettle the player, similar to Silent HIll (the player is even taken to another world while he searches for his wife). So I was excited when I heard they were going to make and HD port, unfortunately, this port was not made by the original dev team, and it shows. This port has "cleaned up" all the visuals, the environments are not as dirty and rusty as they were. At points it even has a cartoony look to it, taking away any unsettling feeling the original gave off. The indoor areas are suppose to be the scariest part due to them being dark and the player would rely on the flashlight, yet here they're bright enough to not even need the flashlight, worse still, most of them give off sunlight through the windows or cracks. The weapons feel weaker, they don't have the same kick. During some cutscenes, only one side of the speakers gave off any audio. If you wanna know how much the visuals were "cleaned up", simply look at the box arts between the original and this HD port. The original is a great indie survival horror game, this port undoes most of the visuals the original did so beautifully. I recommend buying the original on the Nintendo DS or getting an emulator.
This is probably the first "true" new survivor horror game I've played in years. The game is heavily influenced by Resident Evil and Silent Hill. It has limited ammo, key items, documents to read, logical puzzles, occasional backtracking and some generally good atmosphere. The music in particular is very good (well, except for the battle theme which gets a little old after a while). This was a nostalgia trip back to my PS1 days playing the classic RE's and SH1. It isn't exactly a carbon copy of those games and does have some unique things that sets it apart such as the story. The graphics are more than acceptable considering its DS roots, though it could use perhaps a noise filter to make it not look so "clean." It's not what I would call scary, but it does have some decent atmosphere. My only real complaint would be some of the enemy sounds are a bit odd sounding rather than intimidating. If you're a classic survivor horror fan, it's highly recommended.
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