Reviews and Problems with Mystery Case Files: MillionHeir
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A Challenging Scavenger Hunt
22 September 2009
Excerpt: Are you a fan of the Where's Waldo books? When one of your friends loses a contact lens, do you jump at the opportunity to find it? If you enjoy hunting for well-hidden items, Mystery Case Files will put strain into your eyes in a good way.
Summary: Parents need to know that this is a game full of visual observation puzzles, like those found in Where's Waldo or I Spy books. There is also a story mode that creates a mystery around the disappearance of an eccentric millionaire and his possible death.
Conclusion: I do not want to end on a negative note though as I really enjoyed the (short) time I spent in this world. Its charm certainly won me over, and as a puzzle game it works really well. Maybe it is a compliment to the developers that I really did want more out of the game.
Conclusion: Petty criticisms aside, Little King’s Story is a great game; it’s fresh, original, and occasionally daring. But considering the history of fresh, original, occasionally daring third-party games on the Wii, it’s likely Little King’s Story will sell a grand total of twelve copies in the western...
Excerpt: Not too long ago we reviewed Xbox LIVE Arcade title Interpol, a game in which you have to scan a series of still images in order to find what is essentially a shopping list of items. On the Xbox 360 this proved to be a dull, rather soulless experience.