Dementium: The Ward Returns on Nintendo 3DS

The DS Survival Horror game is coming to the eShop!

By Marc Deschamps. Posted 12/15/2014 18:00 2 Comments     ShareThis

When Dementium: The Ward first appeared on Nintendo DS, critical reception was a bit mixed. On one hand, the first-person survival horror title offered a visually impressive experience that gave the system a game that could actually be considered scary, a rare thing for the handheld format. Unfortunately, its short length and irritating enemy respawns resulted in frustration for a number of players. Next year, developer Renegade Kid will get an opportunity to rectify those mistakes when the title returns on the 3DS eShop!

Renegade Kid seems well aware of those early criticisms, and it sounds like fans should expect to see a much stronger experience this time around. According to the developer, the new version of the game will support 3D visuals, 60fps, and a removal of respawning enemies and check points that many fans previously found unfair. If the title is successful, it might even lead to the game’s sequel appearing on the eShop, as well.

Do you plan on checking into Dementium: The Ward? As usual, let us know in the comments below!

Source: Siliconera

2 Responses to “Dementium: The Ward Returns on Nintendo 3DS”

  • 1379 points
    xeacons says...

    I won’t be, mainly because I already have them on DS. Dementium 1 was short, and monochromatic with levels and enemies that were redundantly overused. At the time I was willing to take what I could get. The second one was much better with much more variety in enemies and environments; personally, I’m still waiting for Ep. 2 of Moon Chronicles.

  • 1540 points
    penduin says...

    I’ll definitely be grabbing this, but I’m more excited about the rest of Moon Chronicles and its possible sequel. Renegade Kid sure has a lot going on for such a small studio.

    Speaking of first-person games on the 3DS, and games I missed on their initial release, what ever happened to Conduit?

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