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Clock Tower

by Agetec
3.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (7 customer reviews)

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  • Five playable characters and ten different endings
  • Amazingly detailed, horrific graphics with atmospheric special effects
  • Random behaviour patterns mean you never play the same game twice
  • Disturbing soundtrack that will leave you constantly frightened
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Game Information

  • Platform:   PlayStation
  • ELSPA Minimum Age: 11
  • Media: Video Game

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  • ASIN: B00004UBKF
  • Average Customer Review: 3.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (7 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 5,970 in PC & Video Games (See Top 100 in PC & Video Games)

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Manufacturer's Description

Another night, another death... the brutal murders didn't have to continue for long before the undeniable truth was revealed. How can the most vicious killer in Norway's history return for an encore performance after his own death? This terrifying horror adventure will have you at the edge of your seat for hours and hours as you explore evil and hauntingly realistic areas in England and Norway in search for the most horrifying serial killer known to man.

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4.0 out of 5 stars an original, great point and click murder mystery 24 July 2014
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While most people who still play the ps1 may only know horror games such as resident evil or silent hill, Clock Tower is a highly underrated game that is sure to terrify you, and a great sequel to the original snes classic.

the story follows a young girl named Jennifer who a year ago escaped the clutches of the murderous and demonic serial killer the sissorman by killing him, but now he seems to have returned, but how can he after his own death, so surely someone else has taken up the murderous role and is after Jennifer. you must find out who it is before your suffer death at the blades of his giant scissors. By playing as up to 5 different characters, Jennifer and her friends Helen, Nolen, Gotts and prof.barton you must survive through 3 scenarios as you hunt for clues, solve puzzles and attempt to escape the sissorman.

the game is a point and click game which may sound bad but actually its works really well because the control is very responsive and gives you a bigger sense of vulnerability. the graphics aren't anything special but for the ps1 in 1996, there pretty decent, while the character models aren't great and are rather laughable for some of them the environments are very good looking for the time. while mostly the game is silent , when the music is used its for great effect. the tense foreboding creates a chilling atmosphere and the horrifying sissorman chase theme will keep you on the edge of your seat. only bad is that the voice acting is dreadful in this game.

the horror aspect is certainly present in the game by creating a Erie atmosphere with lighting and music. each scenario will have you exploring an area looking for clues and items to help you escape and progress in the game, all while running away and hiding from the sissorman.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars the scariest game ever made 19 Jan 2005
By A Customer
to be honest, poeple may slate this game because of it's poor controls, annoying voice-acting, shoddy graphics, dire storyline and countless other glitches and flaws, but it does not take away from this being the scariest game ever! if anything it helps!
the best part about this game is the constant eerie feeling, like scissorman will jump out at you any second, and when he does your heart RACES as you try to escape. sheer genius!
i believe that all the bad points listed above about this game give the game a humourous edge which makes me love this game. 5 on 5.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Clock Tower 9 Dec 2004
By Dave Kraven VINE VOICE
The first in the hugely undemanding 'Clock Tower' trilogy is easily the best with its original scares, believable characters and an interesting story featuring Playstation's first serial-killer...Scissorman!
Set in the late '90s in Oslo, Norway (I know, strange place for a slasher flick) you play as 5 characters who all associate with the main protanagist Jennifer Simpson, who was one of the survivors from the 'Clock Tower Murders' last year and also one of the playable characters, as they discover that Scissorman is not what he's cracked up to be as they search all over Oslo in search of the secret behind the 'Scissorman' curse.
Although the visuals are muddled (filled with graphical glitches and undemanding characteristics) and the dumb American-style voice-overs and dialogue get very tedious, they surprisingly help the flow of the game move smoothly while the soundtrack picks up useful tips from classic slashers like 'Halloween', 'Friday the 13th' and 'Scream'. The point 'n' click method (used in the Broken Sword games) gives it a nice touch too, even if it does gets a little confused sometimes, and the promised '10 endings' give it that much needed replayability that most games don't feature.
Like I said, Clock Tower is easily the best (and graphically the worst) and games like this don't come very often so enjoy this ambitious and quite scary slasher because you might not see another one like it.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Clock Tower 19 Feb 2003
Although pretty bog standard graphics the game has an excellant plot with 5 playable characters and 10 different endings. The game is always fall of surprises with the scissorman always jumping out at you from different places, you never play the same game twice. I enjoyed this game a lot and am going to try and get hold of the sequel.
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