Visit our Business Solutions website >>

Theresia (DS)

Theresia (DS)
alaScore 79

4 reviews

Oct, 2014

alaTest has collected and analyzed 4 reviews from magazines and websites.

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Nintendo DS Games the Theresia (DS) is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 78/100 = Good quality.

Review analysis

(Based on 4 reviews)

Expert Reviews  

Showing 1 - 4 of 4 Show Reviews: in English

Expert review by:

Theresia

 

Whoever coined the phrase “they don't make ‘em like they used to” obviously didn't play Theresia, an unabashed old-school throwback to the late 1980s. Then again, surely very few have played the 2008 DS adventure that was given a limited release with...

Wonderfully macabre atmosphere; tells the kind of mature, tragic tale we don’t see enough of in games; lengthy adventure with two distinct storylines

Way too many arbitrary traps; interface is anything but user-friendly; all sorts of logic inconsistencies; too lengthy, as repetitive tasks and constant backtracking are just make-work filler

An old-school throwback to the late ‘80s, Theresia unveils a dark, compelling backstory that might appeal to horror fans, but everyone else may simply want to throw this punishing DS adventure back.

Expert review by:

Theresia

 

Mature DS games are pretty uncommon considering the target audience of the system. Mature rated games are almost unheard of, but Theresia tries to change that with a creepy, bloody, violent take on the Shadowgate-style graphic adventure. While the...

After fifteen to twenty hours, most players will finish Theresia and forget about their vexations with the gameplay and the unremarkable puzzles, but they will not forget the stories told. Theresia contains an above average tale marred by incompetent...

Expert review by:

Theresia for the Nintendo DS: A Complete Review

 

One of the few horror games on the DS, and it is a true horror game, through and through.

ADVERTISEMENT

Expert review by:

Theresia (2008) on Nintendo DS

 

The sound design does a lot to draw the player into this sinister world. Creeping along a hallway, you can here drops of water (or maybe blood) in the distance. The audio helps create a sense of foreboding

Graphic adventuring that will have you on pins and needles.