Reviews and Problems with Intrigue Inc: Raven's Flight
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User review by aitchie
17 July 2011
Summary: Possibly more enjoyable for a more new game player, but I found it fairly boring after not very long even on advanced mode. The HOG scenes were fairly boring, and the 'puzzles' just told you what to do with no real thought to any of it. The graphics are bit basic and comic looking so it didn't even have the beauty card unfortunately.
Summary: Generally fun adventure HOG with one notable exception. There is an extremely gnarly maze in the 2nd to last chapter that I thought I would NEVER get out of. This is not a skippable puzzle, but a chapter you have to get through in order to advance. I spent way too much time wandering blindly around and around which soured the good time I had been having up to then. I had two WTs to consult, but even they were no help.
Summary: Much better game than I expected but still a few points shy from being on the list of great games to play. This was the first game in a long time that could not detect my monitor correctly and I had to play it in the windowed mode. Well, that cost it a star as I have cruised through much more demanding games without any problems. The game was rather comical, with a bit of a goofy plot. Reminded me of the Austin Powers movies somewhat.
Summary: I used a game credit to try this one out as something different after slogging my way through so many haunted house games. The villain fancies himself as a modern day Goldfinger wanting to turn the entire world into gold. The heroine, agent M, is always one step behind the villain. This is more adventure than HO, though there are plenty of HO scenes. I played in advanced mode, so there's often little instruction as to what to do.
Summary: Review based on demo: Campy is the name of the game for this one... This story has all the makings of a gag film about James Bond and does not hesitate to use them. Female boss named M, rogue agent who has stole psychic crystals and is always one step ahead of you (maybe because this is the slowest game play style I have ever experienced- using your cursor to "interact" with items like pulling you mouse down to guide a boot to smash a piggy bank, or drawing two...
Summary: I enjoyed this much more than I expected to. I bought it as a bit of a toss-away because of the July 1st sale at BFG. You play an agent on the trail of master criminal The Raven. The game pays tribute to various campy spy icons (female boss named ‘M’, mission statement that ‘self destructs, crazed megalomaniac villain, etc; no Cone of Silence, though!), mixed in with healthy doses of McGyver-esque paperclip-and-chewing gum tools you construct to overcome obstacles.