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Clock Tower (1996)

Clock Tower 2 (original title)
Get ready for terror as Scissorman is back to cause a bloody massacre that spread from Romsdaleen to Oslo.

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(as Hifumi Kouno)
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Credited cast:
Rumiko Varnes ...
Jennifer Simpson (voice) (as Rumiko Barnes)
Risa Shiraishi ...
Helen Maxwell (voice)
Peter Stone ...
Stan Gotts (voice)
Jeff Manning ...
Nolan Campbell (voice) (as Jeffrey Manning)
Robert Spencer ...
Samuel Barton (voice)
Terry Osada ...
Edward / Scissorman (voice)
Jojo Otani ...
Harris Chapman (voice)
Maya Moore ...
Kay (voice)
Sayoko Kamei ...
Beth (voice)
Barry Gjerde ...
Rick (voice)
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Get ready for terror as Scissorman is back to cause a bloody massacre that spread from Romsdaleen to Oslo.

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Fear is fascinating...

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Horror | Mystery

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M

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30 September 1997 (USA)  »

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Trivia

Was released in Japan on December 13, 1996, In the US on October 1, 1997 & Europe on Feburary 1998 for Playstation 1 & PSX. See more »

Goofs

During the scene in Rick's house when Scissorman is watching cartoons, the flowers in the pot disappear and then reappear later on. See more »

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Referenced in Icons: Scary Games (2002) See more »

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Playstation's 1st Serial Killer!!!
29 June 2006 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

The first game to ever feature a cold-blooded serial killer manages to keep the tensions reasonably high in this undemanding but hugely effective point 'n' click horror adventure in which you play a series of characters as well as the main characters (15-year-old Jennifer Simpson and her guardian, Helen Maxwell) as you go through the game trying to match up the clues and solving the mystery of the terrifying Scissorman! The graphics may look unimpressive but the story's extremely satisfying with numerous alternate endings, the creepy soundtrack could match that of Halloween's, the simplistic game-play makes easier for novice players or who like the Broken Sword series and the value of this game won't take just a weekend either. Buy this if you love to be really scared!


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