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Nancy Drew: Legend of the Crystal Skull

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Overall 8
Value for money 9
Gameplay 8
Graphics 5
Sound 7

Nancy Drew: The Legend of the Crystal Skull

1 March 2009
  • Excerpt: Nancy Drew has been a perky young go-getter detective since the 1930s and for 70+ years she has been a role model for young women, several notable ones among them, such as Hillary Clinton, for example. Well the books have been generally critically acclaimed, but how would she fair in the newer medium of computer games? Judging from adventure #17: surprisingly well, actually.
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Overall 8

Nancy Drew: Legend of the Crystal Skull

Auracore MediaWorks
7 January 2008
  • Summary: After seventeen games in the series, Nancy Drew is still worth playing.
  • Pros: Great voice acting; ability to play in a window; enhanced visuals.
  • Cons: Awkward movement at times; can't skip dialogue; some uninteresting puzzles.
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Overall 6

Nancy Drew: Legend of the Crystal Skull

Adventure Classic Gaming
1 December 2007
  • Excerpt: I make no pretense to hide my enthusiasm for Her Interactive's Nancy Drew series of point-and-click adventure games. These games have consistently offered an exhilarating mix of memorable characters, classic plots, and challenging but not overly difficult puzzles. The production values (such as graphics, sound, music, and voice acting) are also of high quality and better than what may be expected from such budget priced games.
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Overall 8

Expert Review

Adventure Gamers
5 November 2007
  • Conclusion: I have no problems in saying this is the best game in the series that I've played, and I have played a lot of them. The upgrades to the character models are now a match for the excellent voice work and sharp dialogue that has always characterized the series, and is continued in Legend of Crystal Skull. And by reducing the size and repetitiveness of the make-work puzzles, Her Interactive has done away with one of the biggest complaints about the games.
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