Summary: Yes, really beautiful scenes and a fun main character, and it's great they even gave her a shadow. However, Sylvie walks a little ... too ... slowly, and making her run involved many double-clicks. The ending is abrupt and sorely lacks a sense of resolution, so just enjoy the ride.
Summary: The highlight of this game is the well-presented graphics. The voice work is uneven but the main characters are done well. The story is yet another riff on the Knight of the Templar and remains serviceable until the ridiculous ending.
Summary: I’m afraid I have to agree with most of the negative reviews. Granted the locations were beautiful and I lingered often to take them in. The interface was easy to use and the voice acting was pretty good. But from there it was all downhill.
Summary: After finishing COM: Tree of Life, I had to go back and play this one. I was not disappointed in the least and had no glitches or technical problems. The story comes alive through the visually stunning details of the scenes. My favorite was outside of the temple surrounded by the sea..
Summary: I couldn't wait for this game to be over. Toward the end I used the walkthrough frequently, just to finish the game. The hints were not very helpful. It told you where you had to do something, but didn't tell you what or if you had already completed the task in that area.
Summary: This game went really fast. Not much to do and was a bit confusing as to what Sylvie could take with her, etc. I liked the beginning and it seemed to go nicely, but way too much far away interaction with characters and yap, yap, yap. I HATED the ending..
Summary: Beautiful graphics, pleasing music, and moderately interesting story. Occasionally frustrating because of back-tracking frequently, and relatively few sites explored. That and the abrupt, unsatisfying ending bring this to 4 stars instead of 5.
Summary: Intriguing game which I think has been overlooked by a lot of the gaming community. Just finished this game and it was most enjoyable, intriguing and challenging. Finally, a game whose story line makes sense, is worth keeping up with and an ending that surprises you.
Summary: There is no Windowed mode. I can't use a game that only plays full screen. Screens are dark, brownish, murky. Voice is not well synchronized with character faces. And I got stuck 10 minutes into the trial version. Hint shows you what there is to look at or go to. I did them all.