Reviews and Problems with Fierce Tales: The Dog's Heart
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User review by roseisa
14 October 2012
Summary: This game was a good effort for those of us who live animals. Gobaba has adequately described the plot of the game,so: The graphics made you want to snuggle up with hot chocolate and a blanket while playing. The music was fitting for the atmosphere. Some logic was lacking, necessary items were scattered in a number of different areas - however the hint system pointed you in the right direction and the diary was useful.
Summary: I enjoyed this one. The graphics are clear and the HO scenes are of the interactive kind - find one thing to get something else and I enjoy these. None of the areas are so dark that you have to run around with a flashlight trying to find things in the dark - all can be lit in one way or another. Mini games aren't so hard that you can't figure out what to do. There are three game play modes so you can pick your difficulty.
Summary: I really loved this game. Being an animal lover, I agree that there was a definite motivation to carry on throughout. Of course I wanted to save Pippa and the other dogs! The HO scenes were pleasant and I thought the graphics in this game were pretty great! I like backtracking as it tends to really immerse me into a game and make me feel like I'm actually a part of it and doing stuff, so all the back and forth that goes on throughout this game worked well for me, though...
Summary: Being a dog lover I found that I was really into finding the missing person as it was actually my little dog. Now there's some motivation to catch the bad guy ! lol I liked this one. The locations were beautiful, the story a bit predictable but good, there was interaction with both people and animals and many inventory items. I would have liked to have seen some of the more current extras like collectibles or morphing items, achievements and perhaps a jump map.
Summary: Relatively interesting story built in a HO puzzle adventure game. The idea of the animal within its not new and it made me mostly curious than impressed. I liked the dogs but the premises looked a bit unfair and not totally cleared. Otherwise the game its nicely done in a winter-land scenery more blue than scary.
Summary: Played the demo. A decent game. HO scenes are o.k. Got tired of back - tracking though. The little dog is adorable. Game is enjoyable, but it was a pain to keep going back and forth so often. Good graphics, some of the puzzles are not too evident as to what exactly you are to do or where the items you need are, or maybe, it just wasn't evident to me.
Summary: From Blam! Games comes a bit of a twist on Hound of the Baskervilles tale, and being the owner of 9 bouncy dogs, I had to pounce on this one. This leans toward adventure with good challenge, though back-tracking can be annoying, and has plenty of HO scenes and easy puzzles. The scenery is well-illustrated and moderately plentiful, the voice-overs are decent, the cutscenes are good, and the music subtle, though repetitive.