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Clock Tower 3
CapcomCompatible with PlayStation 2™ (PS2™)
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descriptionA quick trawl through the archives for information on the Clock Tower series has revealed some confusing facts. While we already knew that Clock Tower was a point 'n' click adventure on PS one (published by ASCII, not Capcom) revolving around a giant scissor-wielding menace called the Scissorman, we didn't know that the game was actually a sequel to a 16-bit SNES title. Clock Tower 2, on the other hand, which to our knowledge was never released in Europe, followed in the vein of the PS one game, but featured a girl called Alyssa who was possessed by a man called Mr. Bates. Clock Tower 3 has somehow ended up with Capcom, which will hopefully remove the dated control mechanics in favour of something a little more akin to its own action adventure titles.
CT3's unlikely heroine is Allyssa, a short-skirted schoolgirl who we're assuming is the same girl from CT2, albeit with an extra 'l' inserted in her name. Finding herself in the demon-infested streets of London, Allyssa must fend off evil spirits using only the power of her own (i.e. your) cunning. That's right, while the likes of Devil May Cry and Onimusha have taken Resident Evil's weapon action to new highs, Clock Tower 3 has taken completely the opposite route for a more brain-taxing adventuring experience. As luck would have it, however, Allyssa is descended from a clan of demon hunters, and during her travels she will learn more about what her heritage entails. A bit like Buffy the Vampire Slayer, really.
So far, so good, but the real news that excites us is that directorial reins have been handed to Kinji Fukasaku, the 72 year-old Japanese filmmaker who was recently responsible for international cult hit Battle Royale. Looks like Allyssa's in for a pretty rough time then, the poor lass. The biggest fright at the moment, however, is that the game is currently scheduled for a 'To Be Confirmed' 2003 release date. Take a gander at the frightsome screens below, and then prepare to endure the horror known only as 'waiting'...
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