Eternal Darkness review

  • Brilliant spell-casting system
  • Gripping narrative
  • The Insanity Meter is freakin' nuts
  • World could look nastier
  • A few show-stopping puzzles
  • Camera can't always keep up

Eternal Darkness is that elusive creature, a title in which style and gameplay complement rather than conflict with one another. It's one of the most sinister, creepy, literary, and memorable horror games of all time. A classic, even as it lurks in larger games' shadows.

More Info

Release date: Jun 24 2002 - GameCube (US)
Available Platforms: PS2, GameCube
Genre: Adventure
Published by: Nintendo
Developed by: Silicon Knights
ESRB Rating:
Mature: Blood and Gore, Violence

1 comment

  • Metroidhunter32 - June 15, 2010 1:17 a.m.

    I didn't really like it that much. 7 or 8, I wouldn't give it a 9. Found it kinda generic, without any sort of fear or originality included.

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