Reviews and Problems with Nancy Drew: Legend of the Crystal Skull
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It is at least an adventure game without having the lame "Seek and Find" that had become overly popular
Audrey Collins "SMILE!!!", Amazon
10 January 2015
Summary: Well.... It is at least an adventure game without having the lame "Seek and Find" that had become overly popular. No junk trown in a room to find images here YEA! The puzzles were mostly decent, some made no sense to even after looking them up.
Summary: I read several other reviews and agree with the ones that say this game is a let down from other ND adventures. You are stuck inside a house and gardens and it rains constantly. The puzzles are such that I often didn't know what I was supposed to do or why.
Summary: I personally didn't like this game as much, I found it really confusing and its annoying how you have to go back and forth to the garden and house. Also its really dark, I wish things where a little brighter. Overall it was not my favorite and I would recommended a different one.
Summary: I really like the Nancy Drew series of games. But this game seemed to be a little too repetitive with some of the puzzles, a lot of running back and forth. I played the expert level and it was harder than I expected. There is no way I would have known what to do without checking out the walkthrough.
Summary: Okay... I have played a few Nancy Drew games and enjoyed them, but not this one. First off, I thought the plot was extremely boring, not to mention the fact that you are just hurled into the mystery.
Summary: Okay, I want to start out by saying that I am a HUGE fan of ND games, and I've loved every one so far. However, this one, was simply not my favorite. Issues I had with it are: Lack of scenery. You can only go to a couple places, and they very quickly got old. Lack of good music.
Summary: Her Interactive has redeemed itself with this game. On the positive side, I enjoyed Bess' pluck, determination, and ingenuity -- and the fact that she had the opportunity to infilitrate a secret society (like Skull & Bones.) The game was well structured and interesting...
Summary: This adventure has everything I look for in this type of game; a haunted house, a rainstorm (that you walk in and never get wet!), New Orleans and hints of voodoo. The characters are interesting, not annoying, and there are less phone calls than in other Nancy Drew games.