Reviews and Problems with Art of Murder: Cards of Destiny
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PC Review - 'Art of Murder: Cards of Destiny'
27 June 2010
Summary: Young FBI agent Nicole Bonnet receives a mysterious package. Inside she finds a complicated logical puzzle that appears to be a message from a serial killer. This is just the beginning of an epic duel of minds between Nicole and the ruthless murderer, who leaves playing cards by the bodies of his...
Excerpt: City Interactive's Art of Murder: Cards of Destiny is a game whose flaws are not obvious at first glance. The setup is clichéd but workable: an FBI agent named Nicole Bonnet is after a wily serial killer (a questionable and perhaps apposite translation refers to him as a "series killer"), who leaves...
Conclusion: In evaluating this game overall, I’m reminded of another adventure I reviewed many years ago, Post Mortem--another dark and serious murder mystery game that hit all the right atmospheric notes but completely fell apart in every element of character interaction.
Summary: A serial killer pulls a young FBI agent into a deadly game of cat and mouse. Tension builds, victims increase, and she is only step behind in the bloody high-stakes game. Can the homicidal mastermind be stopped in time?
Excerpt: adventure series. The games in the series blend a somewhat CSI-ish approach with the traditional point-and-click adventure and follow the investigations of sexy FBI agent, Nicole Bonnet. Serial killers are drawn to Agent Bonnet like flies to honey and in the latest
Excerpt: Since 2008, Polish developer City Interactive has been hard at work building up its Art of Murder adventure series. The games in the series blend a somewhat CSI-ish approach with the traditional point-and-click adventure and follow the investigations of sexy FBI agent, Nicole Bonnet.
Art of Murder: Cards of Destiny - - Review - - Review
23 March 2010
Excerpt: By Louis Bedigian It seems that The Joker, the famed Batman villain who loved to kill with a smile, was ahead of his time. In the latest edition to the Art of Murder series, Federal Agent Nicole Bonnet must track down a serial killer who, like The Joker, appreciates a good tease.
Excerpt: Art of Murder: Cards of Destiny is the third entry in the Art of Murder series, following in the footsteps of FBI Confidential (2008) and Hunt for the Puppeteer (2009). In all three games you control an FBI agent named Nicole Bonnet.
Excerpt: There used to be a time when adventure games ruled the PC gaming industry. Growing up I gorged myself on Infocom text adventures, and later almost every Sierra or LucasArts adventure game I could get my hands on. With the advent of high-powered graphics cards, adventure games fell out of fashion.
Conclusion: Все мы знаем, что в самом начале рецензии автор должен изрыгнуть какую-нибудь глубокомысленную истину по поводу игровой индустрии. Хотя чего там мелочиться — можно и в адрес человечества в целом.