Nintendo DS Survival Horror Title, Dementium II, Is Coming To PC

By Ishaan . August 30, 2012 . 1:10pm

Nintendo DS owners may recall that Austin-based developer, Renegade Kid, developed two survival horror games for the device—Dementium: The Ward and Dementium II. The latter is now headed to the PC, and you can watch a teaser trailer for it below. It appears to have spruced-up visuals:



Who’s publishing Dementium II on PC? That would be 7Sixty Games, who are also publishing Phantom Breaker in North America. While Phantom Breaker doesn’t have a release date, Dementium II is slated for release this fall.

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  • RaineNythra

    An odd choice for a port. I didn’t realise it did so well as to warrant one.

  • malek86

    *looks at DS cover*

    … uh, that’s… weird.

    And what’s with everyone trying to check out people in a corner? This is becoming like that clichè where teenagers in a abandoned house will inevitably split up at some point. Movie protip: if you’re in a horror setting and someone is lying in a corner with their back to you, it’s time to run away quickly, not get closer.

    • Koulamatata

      It was cool in the Blair Witch though.

      Maybe that’s just because it was the only decent scene in the entire movie, but meh.

      Anyways, I would hope they’d spruce up the visuals a bit. 
      The PC does have a bit more power than a DS. Lol.

    • Lolyes. Some things in horror movie tht are unavoidable.

  • Visa Vang

    Ooh. I remember playing the first one. It was scary, but mostly because of the controls… Good choice to UPGRADE.

  • I enjoyed it. It definitely addresses the issue the first game had, and made improvements in general. I would still like a sequel to Moon, too.  

  • Valtiel Ikari

    Even if I think it would be better to just port the first to PC with the improvement of 2, this is great news! I always imagined how much better the game could be on PC.

  • lesangpro .

     awesome , man .

  • AJ

    I really, really love these games. 

    Of course, portraying babies as monsters and getting to shoot those monsters is some kind of weird fantasy of mine, so the first game really delivered.

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