Call of Cthulhu: Dark Corners of the Earth (2005)

Video Game  -  Horror  -  15 March 2005 (USA)
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Detective Jack Walters is called to a standoff between the Police and a strange cult. After exploring the house of the encounter and being subject to a strange phenomenon, Jack reawakens 6 ... See full summary »

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Cast overview:
Milton Lawrence ...
Jack Walters (voice)
Max McGill ...
Robert Marsh / Officer Robert Armstrong / Dr. Eric Hardstrom (voice)
Marc Biagi ...
Brian Burnham / Cutter Urania Seaman / Innsmouth Human / Victor Holt / Arkham Doctor / Yithian / Hybrid (voice)
Phil Gerbracht ...
Officer Henry Nichols / FBI agent / Hybrid (voice)
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J. Edgar Hoover / Seaman Willie Thompson / Experiment / Poorhouse Resident / Cutter Urania Seaman / Yithian (voice)
Jon St. John ...
Charles Gilman / Joe Sargent / Sergeant Sam Carter / Chief Constable Andrew Martin / Cutter Urania Seaman / Capt. Stephen Hearst / FBI agent (voice)
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Zadok Allen / Lance Corp Norman Flynn / Innsmouth Human / Private Joe Parker / Cutter Urania Tactics Officer / Cult Member / Young Officer (voice)
Scott Dreier ...
Constable Nathan Birch / Seaman Gene Henson / Henry Garrison / Jacob Marsh / Thomas Waite / Agent Scott Nelson / Arthur Anderson / Arkham doctor / Hybrid (voice)
John Nutten ...
Lucas Mackey / Cutter Urania Seaman / Cutter Urania Light Operator (voice)
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Rebecca Lawrence / Ruth Billngham / Ramona Waite / Female Hybrid / Innsmouth Humans (voice)
Deem Bristow ...
Jack's Father / Cult Member / Cutter Urania Navigation Officer (voice)
Brook Chalmers ...
Officer Winter / Sebastian Marsh / Young Officer / FBI agent / Nervous Sailor / Hybrid (voice)
David Heath ...
Priest of Dagon / FBI agent / Hybrid (voice)
Chris Wilcox ...
Seaman Roy Baker / Cutter Urania Lookout / Innsmouth Human / PFC Charle Hodge / FBI agent / Hybrid (voice)
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Detective Jack Walters is called to a standoff between the Police and a strange cult. After exploring the house of the encounter and being subject to a strange phenomenon, Jack reawakens 6 years later, not remembering a thing that happened. He is then called to investigate the disappearance of a person in the town of Innsmouth. Written by jit

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The game is set in 1922, but features the Federal Bureau of Investigation. The FBI was not under that name (at the time of the game it would still be called the Bureau of Investigation), and did not use the seal featured in the game until 1935. See more »

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Jack Walters: [diary] I do not expect the reader to believe what I am about to relate. Any sane mind must reject such a fantastic tale. And yet I do not know which would be worse: for my story to be the truth, or for my mind to be capable of imagining such things.
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A true Lovecraft feeling.
15 April 2006 | by (Timisoara, Romania) – See all my reviews

I started playing this game about one week ago, and all I can say is that I can't get my hands of this true master-piece. Why do I call it a master-piece? That is very simple. If you have read Lovecraft, you know that while you read, you feel in certain way. Of course, the game makes you feel the same, and if I dare say, even more. It is a FPS(first person shooter)-horror-adventure. It combines these genres perfectly, because being a FPS you feel "in the skin" of the character (detective Jack Walters), so the feeling is much more intense, unlike the third person games, where you are not affected directly because you can see the character, so the relationship between you and your "puppet" is a little distant. So, the first-person view increases the horror feeling and not only. Another interesting aspect is the fact that when you are hurt, you don't just use a med-pack. No...here, for each type of wound, you have a special type of medicine. This is a first-time, because, until now, you used a med-kit, and you were at 100% again. A little inconvenient is the fact that you can't run. The graphics is special, and even it doesn't look like the latest games, it is decent, and I can say that this type of graphics fits perfectly with the game. One advice: PLAY it, because it is unique, a true Lovecraftian experience.


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