Reviews and Problems with Nancy Drew Tomb of the Lost Queen
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Steele Kreis, Amazon
17 August 2014
Summary: The characters are 1-dimensional. The setting of the story is bland and uninspired. The storyline is just like other that Herinteractive have done. For the price it's appropriate, but as an installment of the Nancy Drew series it is an embarrassment.
Summary: I'm a little annoyed with this game because areas where you can explore are so limited and I already had an idea of who the suspect was a little before halfway through the game from some of the information he/she kept giving away in brief conversations and his/her general attitude and lack of social...
Summary: Very disappointed I played a lot of the nancy drew games with my son and loved them this is very hard to navigate and just not fun maybe it's the Mac version the other games we layed were pc version .
Summary: This game completes my traversal of all 27 of the Nancy Drew Games, and I must doff my hat to Cathy Roiters and HERINTERACTIVE for coming up with an entirely new and fresh approach to the Drew genre.
Summary: This is one of the best ND games I've played in a while - really refreshing after Alibi in Ashes (which i hated). I'm a big fan of the edutainment games and this game really captured it - i love puzzles and games which require you to read and use the clues you've discovered in a way that really...
Summary: This is one of the best Nancy Drew games in a long, long time. The story is quite interesting and takes many twists and turns as you try to figure out who the "culprit" is. The user interface has changed, and the inventory is now scrolling, which is much more pleasing than the old grid system.