Reviews and Problems with Mystery Case Files: Prime Suspects
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I really wanted to like this...
C. Whitney, Amazon
20 May 2014
Summary: When I found this sequel to the other Ravenhurst MCF games I ordered it immediately and waited anxiously for it to arrive. I've just finished part one of the game and have decided not to continue on to part 2. It's not a hidden object game, instead you have to find morphing objects, a task I find tedious at best. There are no hints available except for the location of the morphing objects.
Summary: i thought this game would be similar to the other mcf:ravenhearst that i bought and really enjoy but it is nothing like it. you have to find the clues with no list and if you click too much to find them you lose some you already have. i really wasted my money on this game. i usually play a game before i buy it but since the other one was so good i bought it with out playing it. i definitely won't buy return to havenhearst with out playing it.
Summary: I bought this game because I enjoyed Ravenhurst and Return to Ravenhurst. The rating said it had crude humor. I found this game to be just plain disgusting. Popping pimples, cutting toe nails and nose hairs is not my idea of humor. I threw the game in the trash.
Conclusion: I didn't particularly like this game. The music was creepy and some of the objects and scenes were enough to give you nightmares. I wouldn't say it was addictive, i actually took loads of breaks from it because it was wearing me out, i didn't really want to keep on playing. You have a limited amount of time to find the objects - which i hate, i feel too under pressure. 20 characters to investigate takes a bit too long I think, you get a bit bored (6 hours it took me!