Rule of Rose- PS2

Rule of Rose- PS2
alaScore 85

35 Tests

Dez 2017

alaTest hat 35 Testberichte und Kundenbewertungen für Rule of Rose- PS2 zusammengefasst und analysiert. Im Durchschnitt wurde das Produkt mit 3.1/5 bewertet, verglichen mit einer durchschnittlichen Bewertung von 3.9/5 für andere Produkte in der Kategorie PS2 Spiele.

Wir haben sowohl Nutzer- als auch Expertenbewertungen, Produktalter und weitere Faktoren ausgewertet. Im Vergleich zu anderen Produkte in der Kategorie PS2 Spiele erzielt Rule of Rose- PS2 einen alaScore™ von 85/100 = Sehr gut.

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Expertenbewertung von: Ken "ZeroTolerance" McKown (ztgamedomain.com)

Rule of Rose

 

Let me start off by saying this; I love Atlus. They bring some of the best and most obscure titles from Japan to this side of the globe and for...

Great Storyline & Atmosphere ; Gorgeous Visuals & Cut-Scenes

Broken Combat System ; Horrid Camera Angles ; Very Tedious

Jan 2011

Expertenbewertung von: Jeff McAllister (gameshark.com)

Rule of Rose Review

 

If you can get past the horrible fighting mechanics, the rest of Rule of Rose is intensely disturbing.

Rule of Rose definitely delivers the chills from beginning to end and although the stories from chapter to chapter can feel a little detached, you will find yourself continually anticipating what will happen next. If survival horror is a genre that you...

Okt 2006

Expertenbewertung von: Ben Dutka (psera.com)

Rule of Rose

 

Visually speaking, the game offers a frustrating dichotomy of drop-dead stunning CG and overly-grainy, relatively bland in-game graphics. Although that graininess does add a certain appeal – it makes it run like a reel on an old-fashioned horror film...

Another issue revolves around the story, which initially begins with a fantastic premise and a strong direction, but it quickly loses its luster. While the storyline itself remains loaded with potential, too much of the plot is presented piecemeal in...

Okt 2006

Expertenbewertung von: Craig "American Idle" Hansen (dignews.com)

Rule of Rose

 

Having an RPG developer experiment in the survival horror genre is nothing new. Even Square, in the PSone era, flirted with the genre in the wake of the popularity of Capcom's then-new Resident Evil franchise. The result, Parasite Eve and Parasite Eve...

Wonderful, creepy atmosphere ; Intriguing premise with a “fresh territory” theme for survival horror ; Great cinematics and overall art direction/game design

Confusing, generic map layout ; Combat engine that begs you to avoid combat and run ; Storyline is sometimes too oblique

Rule of Rose wants to be the next Silent Hill, but for now it's only achieving Relatively Quiet Hill status.

Okt 2006

Expertenbewertung von: Aceinet (snackbar-games.com)

Rule of Rose

 

There are certain games that when you see videos and screenshots make you say "Hey, I want to play that game." Rule of Rose was one such game for me. One night while watching Nocturnal Emissions on G4, a trailer was played for Rule of Rose. The game...

Okt 2006

Expertenbewertung von: Ian Pueschel (gamesarefun.com)

Rule of Rose

 

How to begin to describe Rule of Rose? Traditional genre classification would have you believe it is a survival horror title, but I think it fits more comfortably into that rather nebulous "non-game experience" genre that a few recent titles fall into....

So, is Rule of Rose worth the effort? Like anything, it depends on what expectations you go in with. If you're hoping for a game that instills dread and terror so primal you've got to stop playing, you'll be disappointed. If you're just looking for...

Okt 2006

Expertenbewertung von: Travis Dwyer (gaming-age.com)

Rule of Rose

 

Man, kids can be so creepy.

I'm on the fence with the other major game mechanic. You find a companion early on in the game, a dog named Brown, and his job is to help you find clues in the game. Select something from your inventory for him to sniff, and he'll try to find an object...

Sep 2006

Expertenbewertung von: Sam Bishop (totalplaystation.com)

Rule of Rose

 

Moody, atmospheric and -- sadly -- all too frustrating.

Sep 2006

Expertenbewertung von: Todd Douglass Jr. (videogametalk.com)

Rule of Rose

 

It has been a while since I have played a creepy, atmospheric game that didn't pit you alone against an entire town's worth of zombie bastards. Instead of sauntering undead (though there are some monsters) Rule of Rose puts you at the tender mercy of...

If you're looking for a new survival horror game to sink your teeth into then Rule of Rose should be on your radar. The storybook presentation and ultra bizarre tale repulse and appeal all at the same time. It's twisted from start to finish and you'll...

Sep 2006

Expertenbewertung von: Mike_Reilly (gamerevolution.com)

Rule of Rose Review for the PS2

 

Be molested. Be very molested.

Story is weird...; Lots of atmosphere

but not engrossing; But no memorable locales; Boring to play; Horrific combat

After being traumatized by zombie dogs, loons with giant scissors, and demon infested apartments, today's unflinching gamers have grown a layer of skin over their eyes tough enough to strike a match on. Developer Punchline recognized this and crafted...

Sep 2006