Set in the late 1980s, follows an experienced climber who sets out to scale a huge mountain in the Himalayas in order to find his recently-lost brother. As he ascends the mountain, he encounters an ancient curse: the souls of the people who died in that region are stuck in limbo, caught in the Shadow World." Players must content with villagers, pilgrims, mountaineers, Buddhist monks, and evil ghosts and demons as they unravel the mystery of the location.
You will encounter dead bodies, frozen mummies, and fear inducing archaic Buddhist rituals. On the other hand the game is not about chopping up zombies or splashing blood all over the place. It's violent in the sense of ever present danger and very aggressive environments and enemies. But you can't be violent against ghosts and mountains. So Cursed Mountain is violent, yes, but in a very unorthodox way."
Ign preview with trailer (which is good!)http://wii.ign.com/articles/927/927348p1.html
Renegade Kid confirms his Dracula-related Wii project
A portion of an N-Europe interview with Jools Watsham, the man behind Renegade Kid…
N-Europe: We know you’re currently developing a mysterious Wii title based on a famous horror icon. The bats and the silhouette in the teaser image seem to suggest that said icon will be the infamous vampire, Count Dracula. GameSetWatch also ran a rumour that your project is entitled Son of the Dragon, which translates into Romanian as Dracula. Our question to you is this: is the game based on Dracula?
Jools Watsham: Yes.
Everyone pretty much guessed that the game was Dracula-related, but now we have a short-but-sweet confirmation.
I really liked Dementium The Ward, so this is cool news!
This is *apparently* a new horror game from Hudson. After watching this trailer, I think somebody got this mixed up with the new Fatal Frame.
Whichever it is, looks *great*.http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_yxQYg9xfdkhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xuYLoZD9qhY&feature=related