Summary: I'm not a big fan of scary movies and I made the mistake of playing this game on a rainy night, by myself, no kidding. The game music does a great job of contributing to the overall atmosphere. Very dark colors and shadowing are used to help you feel the environment better. The controls for this game are easy to use. The story line pulls you in and has you trying to find out "whodunnit." The two story lines were a lot of fun, kind of like 2 games in 1.
Summary: I decided to buy Still Life because I love crime solving games. I've done the Law & Order, Law & order Criminal Intent, CSI: Miami (Favorite), and all of the CSI PC Games. I needed something to challenge me. I must say, the Still Live crime solving PC Game was indeed challenging. I enjoyed it immensely. Thank you for the opportunity to purchase this game. I hope to do further business with eBay.
Summary: I love this game. I am an adventure game freak. I love the kind of games where you solve one thing then move onto the next. I am not really big on going back and forth in a game. I also love crime/CSI kinds of games. This is a perfect game for me. It takes you through a crime both past and present and it is really easy to play which allows you to get into the story. The interface is easy and you play two different characters.
Summary: Well, I've finished "Still Life" and I'm happy to report it was a real treat. First off, let me say that playing the first game in this series, "Post Mortem," is not essential to enjoying "Still Life," although it can help in getting some background to the goings-on. The various minor quirks of "Post Mortem" may deter some players from continuing on the journey, but trust me when I say that the cons of "Post Mortem" barely exist in "Still Life.
Summary: Still Life is one of the best adventure games I've played in awhile in terms of gameplay and storylines. The game is richly atmospheric, with ambient noise and beautiful backgrounds. The game designers seemed to have embraced their Mature rating with graphic violence and plenty of profanity, which in my opinion adds something to the game.
Summary: This game surprised me. I was hoping for a good solid game like Post Mortem (it's predecessor) but instead I found one of the best games I had ever played. This is a gritty thriller targeted at a mature audience and it's ending suggests a sequel may be likely. This game has excellent graphics and a creepy environment suitable to a murder mystery involving some type of serial killer.
Summary: Great game...As an avid adventure gamer felt this was among the best I've played. very much like the Syberia games (done by the same people). Very good graphics, chracter voices, music, and plot. All but one puzzle is solvable with common sense and keeps the story going. The game is very creepy at times...as it should be... WARNING...game is adictive, allow yourself ample time to play.
Summary: I took a chance on this after playing the rather short demo. I certainly was _not_ disappointed. The flashbacks to the "Post Mortem" characters and scenes were an overcomable bad memory. I took Post Mortem almost all the way to the end and the game would not continue even though I exhausted the walkthroughs. The twists and turns in Still Life were exhilirating and at times it almost felt like an interactive movie.