Reviews and Problems with Nancy Drew Dossier: Resorting To Danger
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Nancy Drew Dossier: Resorting to Danger
Barbara A. Lukens "Nancy Drew fan", Amazon
24 October 2011
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. All in all an enjoyable game. I'll probably buy a couple more.
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. I don not plan on sending back, however, as it would just be a hassle and I cannot get as good a deal on this game. The game is wonderful, my complaints are solely with the seller's inaccurate description.
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. But I was 'hooked' on Nancy Drew and continued to acquire the games as they were released. This game was a 'throwback' in terms of graphics, sound, plot, and complexity.
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!