Reviews and Problems with Bloodline of the Fallen: Anna's Sacrifice
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User review by Gayko
19 February 2012
Summary: I bought this game when it first came out and only started playing it this weekend. I'm guessing I bought it because I thought the storyline looked interesting after playing the demo for a bit. What a disappointment. As other reviewers have noted, the graphics are blurry and the objects too small. I kept playing for awhile thinking it might get better but finally gave up and uninstalled it.
Summary: Just finished the game and I am sorely disappointed. Many of the hidden objects are way to hard to see, I sometimes had no idea what I was looking at even after the hint had highlighted it and, in fact, resemble blobs rather than named objects, in some other cases they were minuscule colour dots on same colour background, still a few of the scenes were pretty nicely drawn and the starting screen has a lot of charm.
Summary: What a load of caca! Finding the hidden objects, and playing the puzzles was really a lot of fun and the artwork is lovely, but the story line is completely incomprehensible. I sat and stared at the monologue/dialogue, trying vainly to make sense of it. I read a lot of fantasy books, so I have seen this before. I finally go so angry at the game, I deleted the entire thing from my computer! It's really too bad; the game would have been a hoot to play.
Summary: Dear folks, sorry - it's not exactly and only about the game - other reviews give you enough on that subject matter. I just wonder what happened to that great development studio who once produced great Ricochet series and Wik... and my long years favorite Big Kahuna Reef...such a pity to see such games like this coming out...
Summary: I Have only played free demo hour so far & am, just bought it , as someone mentioned it is a must to read story too,it is a well thought out story line & am looking forward to seeing how it ends but for all you other HOG fans,give it a go....
Summary: This game is very disapointing I was expecting more from this subject. I think someone should do another Hog on the Native Indian, I am an Australian and I think the subject matter is worthy of better.
Summary: HOGs are my favorite type of games, was excited to see American Indian theme. Not pleased with game. I did not think the graphics were clear at all. Some of the scenes were dark and the items to locate were also dark. Top much magnify glass hunting for symbols for me. I really wanted to like this game. Have a happy game day.
Summary: I love hidden object games, I love a challenge and after my third play through I have come to the conclusion that this is a great hidden object game! It has its flaws but what product doesn’t? This game provides a massive challenge, a push at innovation in regards to its mini games and most importantly a great start for what will no doubt be a long lasting franchise.
Summary: Ugh! This game is such a letdown. I have been waiting for this because the premise of the story looks really good (even if a bit generic) - cults, hidden lives, secrets, danger and intrigue all around. If there's something I love in a HOG/adventure game, it's a good story incorporated with good gameplay. This game unfortunately offers none of those elements. The opening screen actually looks very impressive, graphics wise.