Reviews and Problems with Agatha Christie: And Then There Were None
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31 January 2013
Summary: My husband and I just completed this game and I wish I could say it was because we were enthralled by the amount of game play or puzzle action it provided. Instead, I have to say it's because we like to finish what we started.
Summary: I bought this game after finishing and liking the nancy drew wii game. I have never felt so reliant on a walkthru as I did with this game. There are all kinds of items that you can pick up but half of them are never used and dont have a purpose.There were MANY times where I would get stuck and have...
Summary: Having just recently read this book, I was excited to see it was a game and immediately ordered it. The storyline was fresh in my mind and I was excited to play. I should have ordered the game guide, as we spent as much time online trying to figure out what to do next time and again throughout the...
Summary: The sound and the cartoon animation during the introduction sets a great tone for the game. It was fun to complete Chapter 1, which I finally did through a stroke of luck. now, I begin Chapter 2 and I'm stuck because I don't have a light. My point is - once you are stuck, the game is over.
Summary: I love Agatha Christie's work, especially when Poirot is the featured sleuth. While I didn't expect this game to be as rich as Christie's works, I was expecting a more entertaining experience. In a word, this game is boring.
Summary: Not that I ever thought I'd completely agree with someone called "wrldruler," but not only did my spouse lose interest, and not only did I have to resort to "cheats" (put the books back on the shelf in *what* order*?!?
The Real Mystery -- Why Did I Waste my $$ on This ??
10 March 2008
Summary: My suggestion: borrow it, play it, return it. Let me first admit that I have never read the Agatha book, or played the PC game. So I started with a blank slate. I will also admit that I am an ADHD gamer, and wasn't interested in this game.
Graphic adventure game for the Wii - And Then There Were None
20 October 2009
Excerpt: This review is for the Nintendo Wii game, Agatha Christie – And Then There Were None. The game was released for the Wii in February 2008, having already been released on the PC. This game is based on the Agatha Christie of the same name, and is the first time that this title has been turned into a...
Pros: Good to see games of this genre back !
Cons: Bit difficult, not as polished as the game could be
An unimpressive interactive version of a great novel. It does not do it justice.
8 November 2008
Excerpt: For me, the era of the point and click adventure seemed dead and buried until the Wii was released. The remote is perfect for the job as it does exactly that, point and click. Another thing that I look for in games of this genre is a good immersive storyline, one you can lose yourself in, and use to...