Reviews and Problems with Undercover: Dual Motives
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Value for money 8
Sound quality 6
Blast From The Past Dual Motives
7 November 2014
Excerpt: I purchased Undercover Dual Motives around the Christmas time last year with a voucher I got and thought this was going to be a fantastic game. I wasn't wrong but wasn't quite right either! I did enjoy the game, there is no question of that but I thought it wasn't what I expected at first.
Summary: This game is a classic point and click style game, suffering from the classic point and click style problems. Mainly leaps of logic to solve puzzles and being unable to interact with items/things until you have completed a set of actions.
Summary: This game keeps you occupied for a while, not very long but not one you zoom through too quickly. It is not hard but the odd puzzle is a bit tricky, not that you can't see what to do but actually being able to do it...
Summary: I was very disappointed by this game. The plot is clumsy and obvious and the dialogue is absolutely dire. The silly banter between the characters is supposed to be humorous, I guess, but is actually pretty daft.
Summary: This game is in the style of the old point and click adventures. I am something of a fan of these games and this one sounded interesting because of the two main characters and the way they interact. You play a professor and his secretary.