Deep Silver today released the first ingame footage for Cursed Mountain, an upcoming survival horror game developed exclusively for Wii™. In the first official teaser, Deep Silver reveals the setting, the eerie atmosphere of the Himalayas and the terrifying enemies players will face on their arduous journey.
In Cursed Mountain, players take on the role of Eric Simmons, an expert mountaineer who climbs Chomolonzo, a sacred mountain in the Himalayas, to unravel the mystery surrounding the sudden disappearance of his brother. Reminding the players of how far they’ve come – and how far they’ve yet to go – the entire mountain can be seen at all times. As they climb, the mountain itself becomes an enemy – prone to the travails of altitude sickness and oxygen deprivation, players may not be able to tell the difference between real enemies and hallucinations.
Taking full advantage of the Wii’s motion-sensitive controls, as well as the rumble features in the Wii Remote, Cursed Mountain looks to create an immersive horror experience set against the backdrop of the haunting atmosphere of the Himalayas.
Cursed Mountain will be available exclusively for Wii in 2009.
To view and download the trailer please visit: cursedmountain.deepsilver.com
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