Review by Nasgul07

"Terrifyingly Amazing!"

I've played quite a few horror games in my time, but none like Call of Cthulhu(Ka-Thoo-Loo): Dark Corners of the Earth. This is because I hear gunshots come out of nowhere. The next thing I know, I'm dead!****ing enemies catch me off guard when I'm least expecting them. They pop up, catch me off guard, shoot, and scare me to death. Now, down to business.

STORY - 8/10
I really like the story. That's it. That's all I have to say.

I like the fact that this horror game is in first person. Sneaking plays a big role in this game. You have to utilize it throughout most of the levels, and in first person perspective this can be a little challenging. You do get weapons, though, way later in the game, but using them makes a lot of noise which alerts other enemies. It is 1922, no silencers.

FEATURES - 10/10
The sanity system was a good idea for this game. A really good idea. I've played Eternal Darkness: Sanity's Requiem for the Gamecube, and I have to admit, its sanity system is a lot better than Call of Cthulhu's. Another feature is the A.I.(Artificial Intelligence). If you alert the enemies, they will hunt you down like a dog. Their accuracy is nearly perfect, so if you do alert one, run for your life.

Crap! Crap! Pure crap! This game takes place in the 1920's. Maybe that's why they screwed up the graphics when they made this game. They wanted us to get a feel of what games were like in that time(sarcasm). Bethesda is a poor game company. that's the reason why these graphics aren't so good.

There might be a few things that you'd want to replay this game for. I haven't beat it, so I wouldn't know.

OVERALL - 9/10
Yup. 'Nuff said.

Note - Overall score is not an average.

Reviewer's Rating:   4.5 - Outstanding

Originally Posted: 02/10/06

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