Reviews and Problems with Nancy Drew Dossier: Resorting To Danger
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Not Quite Right
7 October 2013
Summary: The game I ordered was not 'new' as advertised. It has obviously been used and opened. The game also came with both volumes of the series (Not mentioned in the description) - a plus if I hadn't already ordered the other game, expecting to get only Resorting to Danger.
Summary: I have played every Nancy Drew PC game HER Entertainment created. Originally, my young granddaughter played with me during her weekly visits, About the time Game #24, The Captive Curse came out her interests centered more on school, and spending time with her friends...big surprise right LOL.
Summary: I have done several of the Nancy Drew games and found this game much easier than the others. The only thing I liked about it was the ease of going from place to place. However, I didn't like that it wouldn't let me go anywhere else!
Summary: If you do not have enough time to play the full Nancy Drew games, these dossiers are great. They progress quickly, are full of hidden objects, and I really liked the fact that they have an Arcade built in so you can play some of the games in the story as many times as you wish.
Summary: Kept me occupied but not for long - hence the rating 7 yr olds and mine for 3 stars. Clever concept pairing items but not the typical Nancy drew format I was expecting. Best left for the kids.