Reviews and Problems with Nancy Drew: Shadow at the Water's Edge
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User review by HRobertson
29 December 2011
Summary: I absolutely loved this game. Never played a Nancy Drew game until I came across this one. Now, I'm stuck. Every puzzle was challenging on some level, reno-grams and nono-grams puzzles. I never played Sudoku before now I am looking into it. Despite what some reviewers believe, I believe there was some relevance between the story and the plot line.
Summary: I wonder who's their target market really is... I'm a college student and even so I thought the puzzles are HARD and sometimes, totally random (or at least I felt as if they're random). But hey, Nancy Drew's puzzles are ALWAYS hard! ^^ The graphic are smooth and pretty realistic, several things are really scary and caught me off guard. The dub are pros (with distinctive Japanese accent), I don't even mind the unskipable dialog because it's fun listening to them!
Summary: So far very disappointing,from a Huge Nancy fan who owns every game made,very inane puzzles nothing to do with the game which is harder anyway having to translate language,I never though there would be a worse Nancy game as Ransom of the Seven Ships but this looks as though it will equal if not beat it as the worst game,after the games picked up again with 21 &22 I was expecting the quality to last as Herinteractive seemed to take notice of what we were saying but it...
Excerpt: "...are chasing the guests out. Nancy must solve the case and bring peace back to the ryokan. The Nancy Drew series was originally a mystery book series aimed at young girls, written by writers under the pseudonym Carolyn Keene. Nancy is an adventurous young woman who seems to get herself involved in any strange events that happen around her. Herinteractive have produced point and click games based on these books. Shadow at the Water’s Edge is the ...