Reviews and Problems with Final Cut: Death on the Silver Screen
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User review by Lovely Heart
Lovely Heart, Gamezebo
18 September 2012
Summary: I put off trying this game because I thought the coloring in the hidden object scenes would cause object finding to be too difficult, but it hasn't. I am so glad I decided to try it! I love it! It is one of the best games I have seen in awhile! Some puzzles may not make sense in the game, but check here and they will ;-) I think it is a good game for any skilled players except people who are great with puzzles may not be challenged enough.
Summary: Just finished the game. Yes, it was well done, the music and the original storyline is very good and the journal was very helpful. The graphics of the HO scenes were a meh for me - when some items are blurry hidden, it's a meh. The other drawback - 40 achievements. That is just too much, that amount of achievements did not add value to the game, it detracted. Despite those two issues, the game was near perfect, I wish 4.5 stars existed........
Summary: This is one of the best games of the year!! I loved everything about this game and I am very sad the game is over. I loved the story even though it was a little cliche but it was well played out. There was so much to do, not too much walking and there was a map if you needed it (although you get an achievement if you can play the whole game without checking the map).
Summary: This is an amazing game, on many levels. An engrossing plot, music which was mysterious but not woo-woo, puzzles which were complicated sometimes but doable, well mostly, a gorgeous art deco theme that was incorporated throughout the game, admirable sound effects, and the combo of real people/CGI in some of the scenes, which worked well and, thankfully, was not overdone.
Summary: Not too hard, not too easy, nice HO scenes, nice mini-games, wonderful graphics, nice sound, interesting story. What else would you want? The hint system helps you know what to do next if you get stuck, and the story moves along nicely to the end.
Summary: I should like this game, but I don't. I have to force myself to play. It's a good game, technically. It's well drawn; the mini-games are interesting. I like the crazy gardener and the way he's depicted. For some reason, I just can't get into it. Maybe it's too heavy for summer - I don't know. The character reactions are over-the-top. There's too much running around to prolong the action. I am having trouble with the story line.
Summary: This one was a tip of you guys, and it was a very good tip!!! Good music, interesting story, which keeps you going as you want to save your brother, good music, easy to identify HO in the scenes and overall the feeling that the developers here did everything right. Hint recharges quickly, is also helpful outside HO-scenes, voiceacting is good (i love the gardener) and the story isn't too much filled with rooms or places to look at.
Summary: With a believable and well-paced story line, stunning visuals and nice music, Final Cut is definitely the best HOG i've played in recent time. It really draws you into the story and makes you feel you are the main character. The game is full of surprises. The puzzels never get dull and actings are great. There aren't too many HO scenes, which I like the most. Conclusion, it's pure fun playing the game. Big thumb-up to the development team.
Summary: I picked up this game in the Big Fish sale thanks to the developer's latest offering which looks really impressive (I haven’t been gaming in a while and was looking to get back into the HOG/HOPA game world) – and wow! Apparently this is the developer’s – Eipix – maiden offering and I think this is a great game even for seasoned developers, hence I am even more impressed to know this was a debut game.