Redemption Cemetery: Bitter Frost Collector's Edition
Your house is warm and ready for Christmas Eve when an unexpected visitor magically appears at your window. Your ancestor, the Owl Spirit, begs your help. You must stop the jealous and vindictive Wenonah, the Spirit of Cold, from destroying your ancestors. If she succeeds in her terrible plan, she'll make sure you'll never be born! A photo album is the key to stopping her, but can a mere mortal handle this ghostly task? Travel through time to save your grandparents from her bitter, icy grasp!
December 29, 2014
ERS Game Studios
3 Difficulties + Custom Mode
Exclusive Bonus Chapter
Integrated Strategy Guide
Wallpapers & Screensavers
Soundtracks & Cutscenes
Achievements & Collectibles
Replayable HOs & Puzzles
Whatever happened to ERS Studios lately is surely not a good sign, every single one of their latter games seem to be sort of cute even Redemption Cemetery; one of the developer’s creepiest franchises has turned into fantasy Christmas game.
It’s Christmas Eve when your ancestor, the Owl Spirit appeared at your window with a task for you. Travel back in time, change the pasts of your ancestors and stop the Spirit of Cold before she stops you from being born! Surely, the story is not the most interesting one, in fact, it is not at all interesting. The only difference between Bitter Frost and all the previous games is that it sets in Christmas time and has a little Native American feel to it, perhaps, Christmas is not the best season for a supposedly spooky game. Like all the other Redemptions, there are sub-stories to keep the game going, each story is nothing more exciting than the base story.
The graphics might be the best aspect of this fifth Redemption Cemetery game. They are beautiful, colorful and the snow effects are nicely done. The Hidden Object scenes also look specially attractive in this game, maybe a little sharper than we thought they would be. The music is nothing special, they play in loops and can be repetitive after a while. Voice overs are good though, however, the lips of the characters do not move in this game which is unusual for an ERS-G game.
In this series:
- Redemption Cemetery: Curse of the Raven
- Redemption Cemetery: Children's Plight
- Redemption Cemetery: Grave Testimony
- Redemption Cemetery: Salvation of the Lost
- Redemption Cemetery: Bitter Frost
- Redemption Cemetery: The Island of the Lost
- Redemption Cemetery: Clock of Fate
- Redemption Cemetery: At Death's Door