I can’t think of a game more deserving of the moniker "survival horror" than Clock Tower 3. Unlike Resident Evil, where players must partake in a fair amount of killing, here you’ll spend 80 percent of your time fleeing from ghosts and grotesque bosses. Unfortunately, this refreshing approach doesn’t come without a few hitches. In particular, hiding in designated spots always permits at least one escape, even if the enemy clearly watches you retreat to that location. Other problems include suspect controls when the camera changes perspective, and the brief time it takes to complete the adventure. Fortunately, these flaws don’t seriously detract from the experience. If you like the genre or really graphic material (the first three hours are especially disturbing), Clock Tower 3 is a no-brainer.