It has been a year since Curtis Craig was released from Greenwood sanitarium, where he has been through hell. All he wishes now is to live quiet, normal life: he has nice girlfriend, place to live and steady job at Wyntech Industries. However, lately it seems that Curtis is losing his sanity... or maybe someone tries to make him believe so: he sees and hears things which cannot be real, he suffers of psychotic episodes, nightmares and flashbacks, and if that was not enough - someone murders his co-workers in manner that only totally sick, psychotic mind could think of. Curtis suspects that Paul Warner, the corrupt and unscrupulous vice-president of Wyntech, is responsible to the current events and to his father's death which occurred many years ago. Unfortunately, both the obnoxious police officer assigned to the case and Curtis' psychiatrist believe he is lunatic, and would not listen to him. With no other alternative, Curtis starts investigating the murders, determined to prove both... Written by
Did You Know?
Except the game genre, the actress V. Joy Lee
and one of the Easter Eggs - the promotion postcard for Adrienne Delaney's new book which Curtis receives in Chapter 3 - this game has little to do with the first Phantasmagoria
(1995). See more
The amount of milkshake in their glasses the first time Curtis and Jocilyn are in the Dreaming Tree. See more
[Curtis enters the lab. He activates the desk computer, and voice comes out of it:
Hello, Paul Warner. We have not been successful in attempt to synthesize compounds requested. Small living materials'd be useful. Larger ones are better. More, please.
[Paul Warner sneaks into the room behind Curtis, closes the door. Curtis turns around, sees Warner points a gun at him
Paul Alen Warner
Don't move, Curtis. Oh, how I wish it wouldn't have come to this.
What the hell I was just talking to, Paul?
Paul Alen Warner
References The Silence of the Lambs