Enter the Haunted House, if you dare. Atari's classic groundbreaking game is back with more chills, cool new unlockables and plenty of spooky new enemies. Discover hidden secrets, mystical tombs, and new towers and catacombs, as you follow your grandfather's footsteps on an epic adventure, searching for the magical urn that will lead you to his whereabouts. But beware - danger lurks behind every corner! Are you brave enough for the task, or are you afraid of the dark depths of The Haunted House?
Haunted House for the Nintendo Wii Review
By: Josh Lasser Blogcritics.org Reviews
Published on: 10/6/2010 6:08 AM
|It seems as though every game I play these days is a sequel or a reboot or a reinterpretation or a reimagining, etc., of an older game. That is again true in the case of Atari's Haunted House. Although the game it is based on is older than most and something that has been off of people's radars for decades, it is not a newly created franchise. The original Atari title of that name was released for the Atari 2600 in February of 1982. As with many games back then, the idea was pretty simple – go through a location looking for something. In this case the something was three pieces of an urn; the place was a haunted house (in fact it was the mansion of Zachary Graves); and your character, represented by two eyes, was named Samuel Silverspring....read the full review|