Reviews and Problems with Nancy Drew: Shadow at the Water's Edge
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22 May 2015
Summary: I very much enjoyed this game. The perks: interesting story, characters with plenty of character, and neat cultural tidbits. The minigames were fun, especially the bento making game which I kept coming back to.
Summary: This game was alright. If you're looking for a Nancy Drew game with tons of secret passage ways and fun things to explore; this isn't it. It has a lot of puzzles and games to make up for it though. I loved the integration of Japanese culture in the game.
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Riggy Wallcard, Amazon
28 August 2014
Summary: This is the fifth Nancy Drew game I've ever finished, and I really liked it. Out of the five Nancy Drew I've played this is in the exact middle, but that's not bad. I bought this game off of amazon because I was interested that it took place in Japan (I'm writing a movie script that takes place...
Summary: This is my sixth review and completed adventure in the Nancy Drew series. First, I'd like to start by dividing my review into two factions. 1) The game itself 2) My personal detective work. * PART 1 * PLOT: A P.G.
Summary: Bought this game in a completely factory sealed package a while back.I just managed to get a little time to start playing this game and upon entering disc 1 of 2 to install the game I check the back of the included game pamphlet for the installation code and it's BLANK! Seriously??
Summary: As a huge Nancy Drew games fan, I am very confused by all of the rave reviews this game has received. It's a "just okay" kind of game, but by no means one of the best. I have never been a fan of the whole clock setting thing in order to trigger events.