Reviews and Problems with Midnight Mysteries: The Edgar Allan Poe Conspiracy
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Tedious and Boring
ArtCalls2Me "artz", Amazon
18 June 2015
Summary: Ugh, although the graphics are great, this game is tedious. There are no challenges and I feel like no thinking is required at all, which is too bad because I like the theme. I would say it's more for younger people who are not used to game play, but the creepy factor keeps me from recommending it...
Summary: I have played trials of this game before, and loved the parts I was able to play. When I tried to open the game, however, my antivirus popped a warning up stating that the game had a virus on it called Win32/Heur. I immediately uninstalled the game and scanned my computer.
Summary: Purchased it, recieved it, put it on my computer, started to play it and my computer shut down! Cause- the game introduced a nice bug via the games bar you had to download to play the game. Needless to say, I really would'nt advise buying this game. Wasted time, money and patience!
Summary: I really enjoyed the Houdini and Mark Twain games in this series but this Poe one is really a let down.My first problem with it is that it is much shorter and feels like only half of a game compared to the other two I have played.