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Ghost Manor: Game Ratings

 2.0 out of 5.0 (2 reviews exist)

From: <jammaniaclord> (
Date: 2004-11-04 11:17:23
 0.0 out of 5.0
  Dear God! If you ever come across this game, and think it looks pretty cool like i did( i like monsters, and monster related games with a horror theme), then do yourself a favor, move to Cambodia, and live like a resident with glee, as this is a more suitable logic than playing this Satan spawn of a game. The graphics are a high 3, the music is a dismal rating of a -5, because a system known to make kick ass music in games such as Air Zonk, Blazing Lazers, Final Soldier, Coryoon, Magical Chase, etc., can shit music better than all the talent the composer had when he nocturnally made this symphony for the deranged and tone deaf. I swear to God this game is that bad, and the control...... that is also a low ass score of 1. Controlling a tank in quicksand would be more fun than stressing your fingers to make your guy move as if he had a fire under his ass.It's just not possible. I don't even think the programmers were in their studio when they were "programming" this useless retch pile. Instead i think they
From: <creamofthecolada> (
Date: 2007-08-06 09:39:21
 4.0 out of 5.0
  Controls are actually very responsive- regardless of what above \"reviewer\" seems to think. I find this game addictive and smart- you won\'t beat this game simply by romping through it. Finding the key isn\'t always so simple. Some people find the whole Wizards & Warriors/Chutes & Ladders kind of gameplay annoying- but I love it. Takes time to master is all. definitely glad I picked this one up. Be carfeul though- some doors in the later levels will frustratingly takes you back to the first board- at which point it\'s better to restart and take note of which door that was.

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