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7.1 out of 10

Still Life

Victoria McPherson is a brilliant young FBI agent who's investig Read more

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Overall 10
10

Still Life

Adventure Classic Gaming
15 January 2007
  • Excerpt: Microids has developed some of the best adventure games in recent years. Masterpieces such as Syberia and Post Mortem feature realistic graphics, engaging characters (both for their aesthetics and personalities), and great stories that have become Microids' trademarks. Still Life is no exception. In Still Life, you are taken away into a whirl of heinous murders that seem to have traveled across time and space.
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Overall 8
8.3

Still Life

Strategy Informer
24 November 2006
  • Conclusion: All things considered, this game is a definite buy for an avid adventure game fan. You will enjoy playing through this game and unfolding the book-worthy story. Although it does little to advance the genre, it is a solid game with great atmosphere.
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Overall 8
8.4
Gameplay 8
8.0

Still Life

Gameguru Mania
9 October 2006
  • Excerpt: Still Life is an investigative horror themed point-and-click adventure game set in modern Chicago and 1920's Prague. In the game you play the role of the brilliant and subtly sexy FBI Special Agent Victoria McPherson (granddaughter of Gustave McPherson from Post Mortem game), investigating an ongoing serial murder case in Chicago. The game begins with FBI agent Victoria McPherson arriving at the scene of a murder.
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Still Life – Review

GameCritics.com
31 October 2005
  • Excerpt: ( Warning: This review contains spoilers. I wouldn't normally do this, but as a reviewer I feel a duty to keep people from being as horribly disappointed as I was. ) Murder mysteries have just a single rule that they need to obey. No matter how outlandish the setting, characters, or events, any entry in the murder mystery genre must contain but one thing—a solution. At the end of the story, we must discover who did it. It's actually right there in the genre title.
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Still Life by nickie

GameBoomers
28 August 2005
  • Excerpt: The contrast immediately assaults your senses, just as the paintbrush drags a scarlet slash upon a stark white canvas. Pristine snowflakes reflected in the cheery glow of streetlamps waft down upon an elegant art gallery, while below ground in the squalid, grime encrusted filth of the sewers, a masked fiend drags a bruised and nude woman behind him like a sack of garbage over the gritty terrain.
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Overall 7
6.8

Still Life

Auracore MediaWorks
28 June 2005
Overall 7
6.8

Still Life

Auracore MediaWorks
28 June 2005

Still Life

uk.gamespot.com
1 June 2005
  • Conclusion: The amount of time it'll take you to solve the murder mysteries of Still Life will hinge on how many snags you hit while solving puzzles, or how willing you are to fall back on walk-throughs. Either way, though, it's a pretty brief experience that doesn't lend itself to multiple plays.
  • Pros: Well-crafted atmosphere, Accessible puzzles.
  • Cons: Conventional to a fault, Dated graphics, A little on the short side, with little reason to revisit.
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Still Life Review

GameSpot
1 June 2005
  • Summary: Its slavish dedication to convention will scratch the methodical, cerebral itch all diehard adventure game fans have.
  • Pros: Well-crafted atmosphere, Accessible puzzles
  • Cons: Conventional to a fault, Dated graphics, A little on the short side, with little reason to revisit
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Overall 9
8.6
Gameplay 9
8.5
Graphics 9
9.0
Sound 9
8.5

Still Life

GamersHell.com
30 May 2005
  • Excerpt: The adventure genre is a type of game that has been taking a backseat to the mass of brainless shooters and other titles that are being produced at a dime per dozen lately. Thankfully, every now and then comes a few talented people who still care and remember the adventure fans out there, The Adventure Company is one of the latter and with the cooperation of developer Microïds comes one of the most involving, disturbing and gripping title in recent memory.
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