2.5 stars 2.5/5 Stars Average score of 2 user reviews spread across 3 releases and 0 DLC
Clock Tower 3 is a weird little game. It poises itself as a survival horror game but is mostly an adventure title with light action elements. While it is not terribly frightful, its focus on story makes this 6 hour game a nice little diversion. As Alyssa Hamilton, an English school girl, you'll try to get to the bottom of a family mystery and the disappearance of your mother. This will lead Alyssa back in time and space to places such as bombed out World War II London and other biza...
More than any other game except perhaps Silent Hill: Shattered Memories, Clock Tower 3, released for the PS2 in 2002, deliberately basis the bulk of its horror gameplay on the frenzied panic of being pursued. Such is, I feel, one of the sensations which games can portray with a directness impossible in other media, and it taps most effectively into a deeply primal and therefore universal fear that quickly becomes terror. In a few very brief instances, it succeeds in this; however, I should avoid...
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