Summary: A lazy output to this series of games. If you get this for less than $10, enjoy point-and-click games, and "may as well" do the 3rd game in this series, there's enough there for 5-6 hours of gameplay, not always fun gameplay, but gets there in the end.
Summary: A huge disappointment. The story sucks big time, characters are incredibly implausible, puzzles and mini-games are boring (except for the "statue-rocking" game, which was both boring and infuriatingly hard), graphics are not pretty and customizable main menu pointless.
Excerpt: Some three years after Secret Files 2: Puritas Cordis came in to existence, Deep Silver returns with the spectacularly named Secret Files 3. Whilst previous platforms for the first two games in the series had included the Nintendo DS and Wii, this one had been downgraded to PC only and just as the...
Pros: Beautifully made, good puzzles, easy controls minus the usual frustrations in point and click game
Cons: Lacking in humour and character interactions, feels too regimental
Another Good Looking Adventure for Nina and Max !!!
28 October 2012
Conclusion: I finally recieved my copy after what seemed like an eternity since Secret Files 2 and although I have only been playing for a couple of days, can safely say that it has been well worth the wait !!!