There’s a pretty surreal part where you can catch Scissorman watching cartoons. Continue reading Clock Tower 2 Part Three
I replayed the game recently to see if Jennifer’s scenario makes the game any more interesting.
Jennifer’s Scenario 1
Helen hasn’t returned yet to the University Staff Housing, so Jen decides to go for a walk… alone. JENNIFER NO Continue reading Clock Tower 2 Part Two
Clock Tower 2
Developer/Publisher (Japan): Human Entertainment
Publisher: ASCII Entertainment
Released (North America): October 1, 1997
Released (Japan): December 13, 1996
Released (Europe): February 1998
(Holy cow. I know that Europe tends to get games a lot later than in Japan and in the States, but dang)
Originalyl played from: April 30, 2013–May 14, 2013
F.E.A.R. 3 (stylized as F.3.A.R.)
Developer: Day 1 Studios
Publisher: Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment
Platform: Xbox 360
Released (North America): June 21, 2011
Released (Australia): June 22, 2011
Released (Europe): June 24, 2011
Played from: April 28, 2014 – May 3, 2014
Putting the “fun” in fundraiser.
Cleaning up remaining Challenge Quests.
I discovered that the Sky Tower area back in Naraku has become populated with enemies who are leveled in the 60s-80s, so it’s a great grind spot. I’ll be ready for Isabeau in no time…
When Jonathan and Walter leave the base, they discover that Tokyo has been reduced to a desert. The Samurai meet a man named Akira, a survivor who claims that he had a dream of the Samurai arriving, given to him by the “White Ones”. After the Samurai help Akira slay a demon known as Pluto, Akira decides to call Tokyo the Eastern Kingdom of Mikado.