Reviews and Problems with Runaway: A Twist of Fate
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1 June 2010
Summary: As a romantic comedy, Runaway: A Twist of Fate works pretty well. As an adventure game, not so much. Pendulo Studios' final chapter in the trilogy recounting the travails of lovable goofball Brian Basco and his erstwhile girlfriend, Gina Timmins, sacrifices gameplay for a whole lot of story in this mostly traditional point-and-click adventure.
Pros: Impressive production values, Likable lead characters and an appealing romantic-comedy-like story
Cons: Not very challenging, Illogical adventure-game puzzles all based on picking up objects, Overly wordy dialogue