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Clock Tower 3 Member Review for the PS2

Eshey By:
Eshey
10/23/07
PRINTER FRIENDLY VERSION
EMAIL TO A FRIEND
GENRE Adventure 
PLAYERS
PUBLISHER Capcom 
DEVELOPER Sunsoft 
RELEASE DATE  
M Contains Blood and Gore, Violence

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Okay, its not that horrific compared to the previous clock tower games. Clock Tower 3 is - in my honest opinion, is cool in everyway - the graphics are sharp, the gore scenes, well are gore enough, (for first time players, the scare and surprise factor is up) the controls are friendly, and camera angles are like resident evil (the ps1 versions) and finally, the bosses in this game are unique in every way - well scissor man is new! lol. the music is chilling - and sometimes can give away as a hint whether the subordinates are close or had left. i think the best thing about this game for me is the story - the family tragedy and how the characters are related with such "Entities" and "Rooders." although i much prefer doing the job with something like a sword rather than a bow. lol.

overall, its just to short for me, they should have included a mini game of some sort, and added features for replay value.

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