Cursed Mountain is an abortive attempt at survival horror which surely never even worked on paper. The majority of time playing is spent trogging through empty streets, mountainsides and villages, occasionally indulging in repetitive railshooter-esque combat with identical ghosts. There is absolutely nothing to do in the game, you literally push 'up' until you eventually get told to retrace your steps before you can move forward.
There's nothing to collect apart from a few scraps of paper (same old storytelling method delivered a lot less cleverly than we've seen with BioShock and the like) and healing incense sticks. You can occasionally find a permanent max-health boost but that's it. 'Puzzles' don't seem to happen, instead you're told to go back and wave the Wiimote at a previously blocked door, have a few more battles then press on. The character moves painfully slow making progress even more grating to achieve.
I find it hard to be eloquent or descriptive about the game since the hours I spent playing it just vanished leaving me with nothing to show for it. It needed puzzles, some interaction, some interesting combat (or a combat-avoidance mechanic like Clocktower 3). Even then I doubt it would pass muster, it's so hair-pullingly dull. As someone who's enjoyed survival horror since Alone in the Dark (never mind Resident Evil) I'm gutted that one of the hopefuls of this console generation has turned out like this.
Cursed Mountain is an extremely poor effort that will very quickly be forgotten, not least when one of tmodest few survival horror games hitting the Wii (hopefully) is a playable experience. If you're absolutely dying to play it then sure give it a rent, but I sure as heck don't recommend it to anyone for purchasing.