Curse: The Eye of Isis PC

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  • Summary: Become Dr. Darien Dane or his assistant Victoria Sutton, as you investigate the mysterious disappearance of an ancient sacred Egyptian statue from the British Museum. This unique statue is protected by an evil curse that resides within it, that causes madness, or violent death, to all thoseBecome Dr. Darien Dane or his assistant Victoria Sutton, as you investigate the mysterious disappearance of an ancient sacred Egyptian statue from the British Museum. This unique statue is protected by an evil curse that resides within it, that causes madness, or violent death, to all those who come in contact with it. The Curse manifests itself by raising the dead and animating diabolical objects. It is up to you to find and return the cursed statue to the pyramid that it should never have been taken from. Are you up for the challenge and the race against time? [DreamCatcher Interactive] Expand
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Score distribution:
  1. Positive: 2 out of 17
  2. Negative: 3 out of 17
  1. 78
    Once you've adjusted to the unaccommodating controls and camera, Curse: The Eye of Isis is a fun, creepy, good looking horror game.
  2. A medium of the road horror adventure that has unfriendly controls and a less then inspiring storyline but with slick graphics and spot-on audio, all of which disappoints because I could see how good this game might have been with minimal adjustments.
  3. The action isn't quite as fast and furious (or spooky) as iGames' Nosferatu, but it is a lot of fun. There's a lot of puzzle solving and "find the key" gameplay, along with a fair amount of exploration and discovery that works pretty well despite a few technical problems that make gameplay a little more awkward than it should be.
  4. I still had a good deal of fun with Curse, and I would like to see a sequel - provided Asylum can update and improve upon the clumsy combat mechanics.
  5. If you absolutely love story-driven horror type games then this may be worth a look. Otherwise, don't even think about it.
  6. All we get is A-to-B puzzles mixed with a huge amount of zombie splatting that takes you from London to The Pyramids. [PC Zone]
  7. The puzzles are a monotonous nightmare accompanied by hordes of zombies that make your finger numb by the repeated clicking on the left mouse button to kill them. Almost 85% of the puzzles involve finding a key to unlock a door, chest, or anything that could be locked.

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Score distribution:
  1. Positive: 2 out of 3
  2. Negative: 0 out of 3
  1. Mar 5, 2014
    10
    One of the most memorable game I ever played. There are all sorts of fun moments in the game. Cool bosses, the undead zombies, hard-to-killOne of the most memorable game I ever played. There are all sorts of fun moments in the game. Cool bosses, the undead zombies, hard-to-kill mummies, intriguing puzzles and wonderful locations- the game has it all. It is a marvelous game with a very good Storyline. Something in which the today's games really fall short . I would love to play a reboot! Collapse
  2. RoccoSiffredi
    Nov 20, 2003
    10
    Awesome.
  3. Jul 4, 2016
    5
    Once you get used to the tank-like controls, it seems we have a charming old school survival horror game set in the Victorian era BritishOnce you get used to the tank-like controls, it seems we have a charming old school survival horror game set in the Victorian era British museum of national history.
    My first impression gameplay video below:
    YouTube gave me troubles, because of the title of the game, so give thumbs up if you appreciate the effort.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1cIfuJ0rK2M
    As usual, pics on my fb.
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