Reviews and Problems with Nightfall Mysteries: Asylum Conspiracy
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User review by sotong
17 May 2012
Summary: Very enjoyable game! Fantastic graphics, great artwork, music matched the mood of eeriness, mysteriousness and sense urgency of the theme. Also the ambient sound, effects & animation were very good too. Story was really intriguing and it kept me interested throughout.
Summary: I really enjoyed the game. I thought it looked great and played well. I was never at a loss for what to do. I have played games more challenging. It looked great, the objects you needed to find were fairly clear, not obscure like some Hidden Object games.
Summary: Sorry for the late review, but I believe pretty much everything has been said. That being said, I'd buy any game Vast Studios produces because I know I won't be disappointed. There seems to be a contingency that really want the feature in a Map to jump to, or tell you a place is completed, or...
Summary: I give it two stars for the scenery. I was bored playing this game, although the demo seemed interesting. I did not like the puzzles and I found that having so many characters didn't always make sense. Some things didn't look well thought through.
Summary: I loved it very much. It had a perfect creepy setting, and I was startled a bit the few times something's creppy had happened. I liked it. This is good. I did not know that this was the prequel to Nightfall Mysteries: Curse of the Opera,
Summary: After disliking the first one, I was very hesitant to try this out. But when I did, I have to say I was impressed. This is a very solid game that clearly surpasses its predecessor at many points. The visuals are top notch and pleasing to the eye.
Summary: I haven't finished the game yet but I'm thoroughly enjoying it. I agree with others that the HO scenes are way too easy and the repetition of items is something I will never understand in any game.
Summary: Finished this game a few days ago; and for what little it may be worth, here's what I thought: Overall Impression: A well-done, iHOG/Adventure blend. A couple of times I felt like you had to do a little too much back-tracking, but overall it was fun and challenging.