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Chronicles of Mystery: The Scorpio Ritual
1 October 2009
Excerpt: Chronicles of Mystery: The Scorpio Ritual is a mixed bag that could leave hardcore adventure gamers cold, but less experienced ones with a nice challenge ahead of them. Story and puzzles aside (we will get to those later), The Scorpio Ritual looks great.
Chronicles of Mystery: The Scorpio Ritual by flotsam
24 August 2009
Excerpt: Kate Walker, Nicole Bonnet, and Victoria McPherson. April Ryan and Nina Kalenkov, Morgan Sinclair and Phoenix Wallis. And who could forget Nico Collard? To the list of strong females sweeping all before them, you can now add Sylvie Leroux.
Conclusion: without giving things away. It’s not to say there aren’t some strange solutions, but any seasoned adventuring type will be pleased that most of these are fairly tame and land less on the side of plain bizarre. The voice over work is good as Sylvie remarks about each and every object you click on.
PC Review - 'Chronicles of Mystery: The Scorpio Ritual'
8 February 2009
Summary: In Chronicles of Mystery: The Scorpio Ritual (formerly "Testament of Sin"), players' detective skills will be pushed to their limits as they travel the world in an attempt to unravel an ancient mystery and save a fellow archaeologist before it's too late.
Conclusion: Me, I don’t mind the occasional nice, easy adventure. And ultimately I think that’s a fitting description of the game as a whole: nice and easy. Pleasant while it lasts, but very, very short.
Excerpt: Originally titled Testament of Sin, City Interactive's Chronicles of Mystery: The Scorpio Ritual is a high quality point-and-click adventure game that all fans of the genre will likely enjoy. The story is good, the graphics are great, and the characters are fun.
Review: Chronicles of Mystery: The Scorpio Ritual (PC)
12 December 2008
Excerpt: Chronicles of Mystery: The Scorpio Ritual Developer: City Interactive Publisher: City Interactive Genre: Adventure Release Date: 11/26/08 I have a rather large soft spot for adventure games. I used to pour hours upon hours into Hero’s Quest/Quest for Glory , Police Quest and many others.
Summary: Chronicles of Mystery : Le Rituel du Scorpion développé et édité par City Interactive, et distribué en France par Micro Application se révèle être donc un jeu d'aventure en Point'n'Click digne de ce nom !
Excerpt: Après plusieurs épisodes de Art of Murder, City Interactive abandonne pour l'instant son héroïne Nicole Bonnet pour une autre jeune femme, Sylvie Leroux, archéologue de son état. Pour le reste, la formule n'a pas vraiment changé : il s'agit toujours de mener l'enquête.