Summary: I was disappointed in this one. First, I’ll deal with the plot. Instead of the danger and drama that we get in many of the other games, here we’re supposed to care about petty bickerings between adolescent girls. The only thing remotely frightening about the storyline is the shadowy villain called the ‘black cat,’ who inflicts mischief throughout the school. We’re sent out on various tasks, many of which are boring and tedious.
Summary: The game was somewhat interesting, but there was one task that was probably bugged (photographing the students) because one of the students I tried over 20 times in different ways and the game never accepted it. Unfortunately there was no way to skip this task so it broke the game for me, I couldn't proceed. Too bad, because I was interested in the story.
Quoth the Raven * Worth the buy? " EVERMORE" [at right price that is]
11 September 2014
Summary: This is my 19th 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: An exclusive all-girls boarding school in Upstate New York [the Adirondacks, to be more specific]!!! How exciting, because this is literally in my neck of the woods! [I am an exclusive ADK 46er # 5318 if I can shamelessly plug myself ha, ha].
Summary: I really enjoyed this game. The graphics were great, and so was the music. There are games to play if you're stuck, and sandwich-making to do. If you are new to the Nancy Drew games, this game is for you. I have to admit, I did cheat a couple of times, but that's only because I didn't know what I was doing wrong! The ending was disappointing, and there's one part in the game that I really like. The puzzles are hard, but not too hard, and they're fun. A really nice game.