Reviews and Problems with Nancy Drew: Legend of the Crystal Skull
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better than expected
31 July 2013
Summary: I have never played a Nancy Drew game and was pleasantly surprised. I have played quite a few games and figured I could be a senior detective but...I had to go with the Junior detective. Hopefully the next one I play I'll be able to be a senior now that I have some experience on what is expected.
Summary: This is a great Daddy(or Mom)/Daughter bonding activity where you can sit down together to explore and solve puzzles. This was our first Nancy Drew game and while my daughter was a little too young to solve all the logic problems she did manage to solve quite a bit of them. My daughter really appreciated assuming a female role and Her interactive seems to have the market cornered in girl friendly games. We enjoyed the experience that we bought another Nancy drew game.
Summary: For fans of the Nancy Drew games, this is one of the better ones. This game features Nancy in New Orleans trying to unlock the secrets of a creepy old mansion possibly haunted by a legendary crystal skull. Nancy investigates the mansion, and her friend Bess handles the neighborhood around their hotel, including a voodoo supply shop. This game has many of the elements that make Nancy Drew games great.
Summary: I liked this one, it wasn't terrible or great but I liked it all the same. Its a good game about a crystal skull that supposedly has magical powers that keep the beholder alive forever. But recently the owner died of a heart attack and the skull went missing. Hmm....foul play maybe? Find out what happens as Nancy Drew herself in the Legend of the Crystal Skull.
Summary: I have played many of the ND games and this one I consider better than most. The story line is engaging and the puzzles are not too overly difficult. There are also a variety of interesting characters to interact with.
Summary: The beginning of this game was spooky! I really enjoyed the cemetery (took a while to navigate around, but that was part of the fun), and switching between Bess and Nancy. Bess proved to be a nice sidekick! Very good game!
Summary: I love the Nancy Drew game series. They are great for all ages. I don't recommend the first 3 in the series the controls and interactive tools are awkward. After that the series is a great experience.
Summary: When ND games first came out, my daughter and I fell in love with them. We could play them together and the puzzles were challenging and the situations were sometimes scary (the kind of scary as in anticipation of who or what is around the corner.) The locations were often historical and we learned a lot while having fun playing the game.