Summary: Started playing this game in Dutch and thought it wasn't bad at all. But then things went wrong. I stopped, did some other stuff and restarted the game. The inventory (ao I had holy water) was empty and I started in front of the house again.
Summary: I thought this game was pretty good. Graphics were nice. Scenes were well drawn and items appropriate for the era. Even the animation in the cut scenes, although simple, were good and it enhanced the atmosphere of the game.
Summary: I tried to deal with this game to a certain degree but alas, I couldn't take it any longer. From the annoying evil laugh, the tiny hidden objects, finding torn pieces of paper, and the hallelujah after you pieced the puzzle together got to me.
Summary: I really enjoyed this game -- it has all the qualities I like in a game. There is no timer -- hint refills quickly and the game is interesting and challenging at the same time. The voices and sound effects don't bother me, because I turn them off - to me they distract from the game.
Summary: I must admit that some details jarred : the acting voices apart from Gareth (oh the phony Scottish-peasant-whatever accent!) and the Hallejuah was a bit too much. But on the whole I enjoyed the game.
Summary: I had an ok time playing the first 3-4 rounds I was actually able to play. The pieces were tiny to find- some of them I had no idea what they were (those were ok, I could get around them with hints- then when it would light up I'd go "why didn't they just call it 'blah' instead of this random...
Summary: Pros: Moody, atmospheric graphics and audio; good puzzles and tasks; great story; replayable Cons: Spotty voiceovers; "Hallelujah" sound effect; excruciatingly tiny objects I was pleasantly surprised to see they completely re-recorded the voiceovers from their 'word for word' bad localization in the...
Summary: I didn't care for this game. The dialogue was long. My editing instinct kicked in and all I could think of were ways to make the text shorter. Also, and not like it matters really, but the intro was confusing. Was he recounting a past event? The Hint music was ridiculous.
Summary: I really, really, REALLY wanted to love this game. I was totally ready to, too - it promised to be spooky without being as gory as the "Redrum" series, maybe a little adventurous, just all-around fun.
Summary: I really liked the first 2 scenes and it reeled me in as a buyer but I should have read the "technical error" page of the game portal: its a buggy game that left a swathe of crashed computers on its way to the bank with our money. It crashed mine, too. Not wounded badly, now healing.