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Dementium II by SouthPeak Interactive




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  • Blood
  • Gore
  • Violence
Dementium II is rated 3.9 out of 5 by 8.
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  • Platform: Nintendo DS
  • Publisher: SouthPeak Interactive
  • Developer: Renegade Kid
  • Category: Action , Horror

Product Details:

The wonder of ancient Greece comes to life on Jan. 18, when Glory of Heracles launches exclusively for the portable Nintendo DS and Nintendo DSi systems. The game marks the first in the popular Japanese Heracles series to launch in the United States. The game is inspired by Greek mythology and written by Kazushige Nojima of Final Fantasy fame. The traditional role-playing game features an engrossing story and a robust battle system. You can roam the countryside as they encounter new characters and gain experience, or they can visit familiar ancient settings like Athens and Sparta. Although the plot is fictional, many of the people and places in the game are based on familiar Greek mythology. An extensive glossary provides more details about the places and characters that heroic Heracles encounters. You will be treated to animated cut scenes on the screens of their Nintendo DS or Nintendo DSi systems. You can opt to use the stylus or control pad and buttons to control movement in the game, while the touch screen is required to complete optional challenges used to power up spells or skills during battle.

  • The ultimate horror atmosphere, created with high-intensity sound effects, foreboding corridors, blood-strewn walls, and nightmarish environments
  • Multipurpose weapons allow you to dispose of enemies and obstacles
  • Test your wits and nerves by solving challenging riddles
  • Three difficulty settings - weak, able, strong - separate the victims from the victors
  • Explore dozens of different areas and encounter 16+ horrifying types of enemies
  • Revamped equipment system allowing for quick and easy access to weapons and items
  • New gameplay mechanics create an all new experience in horror on the Nintendo DS TM


Game Details

Number of Online Players
Up to 2 Players
Rated 4 out of 5 by from scary but not good then 1 its easy and short game also the puzzle werent that hard, dementium 1 its better then this so hmmm i say its decent
Date published: 2011-11-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by from biggest surprise in gaming history!!! Ok so I bought the buy 2 get 1 free deal on used game's and this was my free game, I figure....well its free so i might as well get it...so I get home and its better that the other 2 games I bought! I was totaly blown away, I thought I was getting a free game but I got (in my opinion) the best horror/survival/shooter on the 3DS and to me the best one period since RE4. the controlls need some help but once you get used to them there fine and are even better if you have the 3DS because of the joystick....now I really need to play the original!
Date published: 2011-04-10
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Dazed and confused If your looking for long game play with repetitive bad guys then this is the game for you. The opening scene is great. You wake up in a so called hospital after having brain surgery. You are dizzy, confused and looking for a way out. Throughout your adventure you must look for clues and battle creatures. The main issue for me are the controls. Stylus for direction, jumping, ducking, weapon choice, health pills etc... D pad for moving forward and running and the L button for attacking. Hand cramps set in within a hour of game play. I would have liked a choice of controls but that is not the case. You can only change it from right or left hand preferences by choosing type 1 or 2. This game is like a maze and if the point was to make you feel confused and dizzy like the main character while searching for clues that make little sense and an ending that never seems to come , then job well done. This game rocks!
Date published: 2011-02-19
Rated 4 out of 5 by from The scariest thing on 2 screens! I never played Dementium: The Ward, but I have played Moon, Renegade Kid's other FPS. This game is basically Silent Hill from a first-person view. It works extremely well with no lag or anything. This game has the best graphics on a DS! It looks almost PS2 quality. The game is best played when in the dark, with headphones on. The sound is awe-inspiring, with some of the most disturbing and wierd sounds coming from the monsters! The boss battles are huge and difficult. The game doesn't have much replay value, but is a heck of a trip through!
Date published: 2011-01-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Game This tittle is very underrated, however, has much to offer. The game is very impressive for a DS game. The music, and the environmental looks and sounds are just fantastic. The combat can be slightly wonky at times because of the control schemes, but it is easy to get used to. And a little advise to the little 8 year old kid, not all survival horror games have to be scary, it's the gameplay that counts.
Date published: 2011-01-11
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Awesome I bought the first one out of curiousity and loved it. I was so set on getting the second one and i did a few days ago. I love it! its a little different from the first one and the makers added and changed a couple of things about the game play which i personally thing is great. cant wait to pass it :]
Date published: 2010-12-31
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Gotta have guts to play. This game is made for people who love a good scare! The best and most frightening way to play this game is with absolutely no lights on, and with headphones. The game uses the bottom touch screen as a map, weapon selector, and view rotator. The game is played from an FPS perspective. The top screen has the actual FPS view. The face buttons( A, B, X, and Y) are rarely used. This game uses it's sound and gameplay mechanics to creep out whoever's playing. Enemies in the begging are slow and less hostile, but as you continue the game and learn more about the story, they will definitely get under your skin. The visuals for this game are pretty good on a Nintendo DS, with some pixelation. The controls are nice and pretty easy to get used to. I would highly recommend this game to anyone who enjoys a good frightening.
Date published: 2010-10-15
Rated 1 out of 5 by from boring i'm 8 years old and this game is not even scary because i played it
Date published: 2010-09-26
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