Reviews and Problems with Nancy Drew Tomb of the Lost Queen
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Nancy Drew: Tomb of the Lost Queen by Becky
23 July 2012
Excerpt: Nancy Drew returns in a globetrotting adventure -- this time she's at an archaeological dig in Egypt. Archaeologist Jon Boyle, the expedition leader (and the one who arranged Nancy's visit), is seriously injured during a sand storm.
Summary: I’m not sure what the price of Nancy Drew: Tomb of the Lost Queen is. I could look it up easily, but I don’t see a point to doing so. No matter what the cost, it’s a well-designed and well-written adventure that belongs on your virtual shelf right next to any other member of the genre.
Conclusion: Overall, Nancy Drew: Tomb of the Lost Queen is certainly not a poor game, but it isn’t one of the series' best either. Such a great setting and premise deserved equally great treatment, but limited character interaction and increasingly dated graphics prevent this outing from being a truly immersive...
Conclusion: Overvall If you’re still hankering for some old school adventure game action, then you could do worse than Tomb Of The Lost Queen . It’s hardly the most polished, most attractive title out there but it doesn’t make any grave missteps and just about kept me engaged enough to see it through to its...
Excerpt: Nancy Drew: Tomb of the Lost Queen is the 26th game in the long-running Nancy Drew series of point-and-click adventure games from Her Interactive. This time, the sassy detective has been sent to Egypt to investigate an archaeology expedition gone horribly wrong.
Excerpt: Если кто не в курсе, игры серии Nancy Drew давно выбились в отдельный жанр, подобно детской детективно-приключенческой литературе (из которой они, кстати, и появились). Вечно молодая 18-ти летняя реинкарнация мисс Марпл совершает по 2-3 путешествия в год почти на протяжении 15-ти лет, знакомя нас с...