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Eternal Darkness: Sanity's Requiem

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Eternal Darkness: Sanity's Requiem
エターナルダークネス ~招かれた13人~
Eternal Darkness ~Mawakareta 13jin~
Eternal Darkness NA box.jpg
Developer(s): Silicon Knights
Publisher(s): Nintendo
Platform: Nintendo GameCube
Category: Action-adventure, horror
Players: 1
Predecessor: N/A
Successor: N/A
Copyrights: N/A
Release dates
N. America:

June 23, 2002

Japan:

October 25, 2002

Europe:

November 1, 2002

S. Korea:

2002

Ratings
ELSPA:

15

ESRB:

M

GRB:

18

USK:

16

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Eternal Darkness: Sanity's Requiem is a horror-themed action-adventure game, developed by Silicon Knights and Nintendo. The game was originally in development as a Nintendo 64 game, but was later pushed back to be a launch title for the for the Nintendo GameCube, and was delayed again to 2002 after the September 11 attacks. Notably, Eternal Darkness is the first game to be published by Nintendo to receive an M rating from the ESRB.

Although work had begun on a sequel to Eternal Darkness, the project was later cancelled.[1]

Blurb[edit]

Is it real... or only in your head?

Prepare for an epic psychological thriller where nothing is as it seems. As you delve deeper into the dark designs of an ancient evil, you'll have to fight to save your characters' sanity...and your own.

Control a host of chosen souls destined to battle against unspeakable terrors in an adventure that spans millennia.
Fend off madness as the epic tale unfolds–unique sanity effects blur the line between fantasy and reality.
Using the Tome of Eternal Darkness, unravel the secrets that bind Alex Roivas to an undying evil.
Master arcane magick and craft your own spells to light your way through the darkness.
Battle against grisly fiends with authentic weaponry both ancient and modern.

Story[edit]

Gameplay[edit]

Technical details[edit]

Technical Details
Media

Nintendo GameCube Game Disc

Save data size

15 blocks

Input / compatible controllers

Nintendo GameCube Controller

External links[edit]

References[edit]

  1. What Went Wrong With Silicon Knights' X-Men: Destiny? Kotaku (October 26, 2012). Retrieved November 3, 2016.


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