Clock Tower 3 (Japanese: クロックタワー3, Hepburn: Kurokku Tawā 3?) is a survival horror video game co-developed by Capcom Production Studio 3 and Sunsoft. The fourth installment in the Clock Tower series, it was released in Japan on December 12, 2002, in North America on March 18, 2003 and in Europe on June 25, 2003. Clock Tower 3 is the first game in the series to incorporate direct control over the protagonist, as opposed to the point-and-click adventure mechanics in the previous games. Clock Tower 3 is also the first game in the series not to feature multiple endings. This was the first and only game to be directed by renowned movie director Kinji Fukasaku. As with Clock Tower Ghost Head, Clock Tower 3 has almost nothing to do with the original Clock Tower games in the series.
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70.18% Metacritic 69/100 Review scores Publication Score Famitsu 33/40 Game Revolution C GameSpot 7.3/10 IGN 7.7/10 Clock Tower 3 received mixed reviews ... scurrying of a horde of hungry insects or the subtle tapping of growing rainfall, Clock Tower 3 is straight out of a Mary Shelley novel." They also lauded the game's use of sound effects and silence ... The review concluded with "Clock Tower 3 comes across as a surprisingly enjoyable survival horror game ...
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