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Cursed Mountain Screenshots and Images - Wii

Game Description:Set in the late 1980s, gamers take on the role of the fearless mountaineer Eric Simmons as he climbs into the Himalayan mountains on a quest to find his brother, Frank, who went missing while in pursuit of an ancient artefact, known as the Terma, a key piece of wisdom that was written down in ancient times and magically hidden until such a time when the wisdom is needed. As Eric ascends the mountain, he encounters an ancient curse: the souls of the people who died in that region are stuck in bardo, caught in the shadow world between physical life on Earth and Nirvana.
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Cursed Mountain Screenshot & Image Galleries

  • Cursed Mountain Launch Trailer

    Posted: August 26, 2009

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  • Cursed Mountain Behind the Scenes: Voices in the Wind

    Posted: August 17, 2009

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  • Cursed Mountain Behind The Scenes Developer Diary

    Posted: July 23, 2009

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  • Cursed Mountain Snow Gameplay

    Posted: May 29, 2009

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  • Cursed Mountain Artifact Trailer

    Posted: May 27, 2009

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