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  • Summary: “Stay with me, hang on… Dammit! We’re going to lose him…”
    The shape is blurred, indistinct… could be a woman… suddenly there's nothing, a black hole.
    You wake up alone, tied to a hospital bed, with the light dazzling you. How long have you
    “Stay with me, hang on… Dammit! We’re going to lose him…”
    The shape is blurred, indistinct… could be a woman… suddenly there's nothing, a black hole.
    You wake up alone, tied to a hospital bed, with the light dazzling you.
    How long have you been asleep for? What is this place? What are you doing here?
    A whole series of questions go through your head very quickly, but you don’t remember anything.
    You are amazed to discover that you have a tattoo on your arm, a mystery tattoo which you don't know the meaning of... But time is getting on!
    The clash of metal stirs you from your thoughts, footsteps are approaching, getting faster and faster, you make out a silhouette in the distance… HE is back…
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    You thought you had survived the nightmare… but you were wrong.
    In the wake of Hysteria Project, which received the Milthon Award in 2009 for its originality, Hysteria Project 2 sticks with the same elements that made its predecessor a success, but pushes the experience even further.
    THE GAME WHERE YOU ARE THE HERO IS BACK
    -Step into the shoes of the main character and become the hero of the adventure
    -Feel the fear from your character's rapid breathing and heart rate
    -Discover powerful and enigmatic characters
    RICH AND VARIED GAME PLAYS
    -Explore environments in 360°
    -Get through laser fields and survive corridors of flames
    -Solve numerous mysteries
    -Pick up lots of secret documents during the adventure
    AN UNPRECEDENTED EXPERIENCE CAPTURED ENTIRELY ON FILM
    -Discover a game filmed entirely in high resolution
    -Enjoy an overwhelming soundtrack and descend into the heart of hell
    -Live through an unprecedented experience
    -Discover a game offering the whole gamut of sensations and huge adrenaline rushes
    WIN LOTS OF GAME CENTER ACHIEVEMENTS
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  2. Negative: 1 out of 6
  1. Feb 8, 2011
    70
    At the end of the day, fans of immersive horror games will enjoy the fantastic cinematics of Hysteria Project 2. There's no question in my mind that this is the scariest game in the App Store, but it could be so much more.
  2. Feb 8, 2011
    60
    There is significantly more interactivity this time around, but at its core the game is still a Sega CD style FMV game, which means interactivity is limited to some puzzles and other touch-based mini-games. Unfortunately, these puzzles and mini-games really aren't much fun.
  3. Feb 8, 2011
    60
    Hysteria Project 2 is like that moment in a film where a cat jumps out of the dark, scaring a character while hissing before leaving the frame; it's short, it gets your adrenaline pumping, but you can't help but feel stupid for falling for the same trick again.
  4. Feb 8, 2011
    50
    The Hysteria Project series is getting better by degrees, but at a crawling pace that would get it hacked up by an ax-wielding madman.
  5. Feb 8, 2011
    50
    Hysteria Project 2 has all of the elements needed for a great horror game: excellent sense of dread and panic, great atmospherics, and a good story. But it just bludgeons you with death scenes that constantly rip you out of the experience.
  6. May 24, 2011
    20
    It's a broken, laughable mess of a "game" and should be avoided at all costs. The scariest thing about it is trying to finish it. And you'll probably stop caring long before that.