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Review: Eternal Journey: New Atlantis (PC)
30 April 2013
Summary: Despite the thin storyline and mindless plot, Eternal Journey: New Atlantis delivers for those familiar with the hidden object genre. This is only if, however, your goal should be to challenge yourself with puzzles and mini-games, both of which are infantile in conceptualization and difficulty. The visuals, though stunning and breathtaking in limited glimpses, generally fall short with miscued dialogue and an outdated engine.
Summary: Eternal Journey: New Atlantis has taken the prize as the best hidden-object game I’ve played to date, simply because the setting is unique and the world and atmosphere are so believable. The main story took me 3 hours to play while the bonus chapter added another hour to that, which is the perfect length for a story-based game. It’s definitely worth the money, and it’s one HOG I’d recommend to any adventure gamer, not just fans of the genre.
Excerpt: Eternal Journey: New Atlantis Collector's Edition is the newest game from publisher Alawar Entertainment. The exciting title tells a mysterious story of an archeologist named Amrite Stone who is working on one of her latest archeological dig sites one minute, and the next, she finds herself awakening from cryogenic stasis 150 years in the future after a terrible accident.