Summary: This game was fun but too tough! Anyone who can figure it out without online help must be the smartest person alive:-) It was fun until you get completely stuck, which happens over and over. Some of the time I would have to just click everything to see if I could get anything to happen. The game would have been better if it gave you more clues as to what to do next.
Summary: The graphics are awesome on this game, however, I consider myself an intelligent person and am an avid role player gamer for many years. This game is way too difficult. You have to resort to a cheat/walkthrough to figure out what to do next. No matter how much I rack my brain in trying to figure out the next step, I find I have to resort to the cheat sheet which isn't what I consider fun. A game should be challenging for the brain but this is ridiculous.
Summary: The game is fun and it is very interesting and difficult at times, thank god for walk through. I thought it was a 2 player co operative mode? but as for now We haven't really been able to play 2 players.. one player is nina and the 2nd player points and clicks, but it is only suppose to point and click at stuff that is suppose to be looked at more this is not the case. I thought it was a two player mode with Nina & her bf max? what happened to that?
Summary: I am a bit of a fan of the point and click genre and overall this game didn't disappoint. It would be nice to see the Wii revive this genre as it seemed to lose popularity towards the late nineties. Anyway, on to the game. This isn't the best example of a point and click adventure on the Wii (check out Broken Sword which is excellent) but is pretty good in its own right.
Secret Files: Tunguska (Wii): Old School Gaming Wii Stylee
13 March 2009
Summary: For years I thought the 'Point and Click' (P&C) genre had died, at least on consoles. No longer would I play with the likes of Guybrush Threepwood and try to battle pirates with my wit. Gone are the days of trying to combine dubious items to solve complex problems for a psychopathic rabbit called Max. As a genre P&C suffered because it was old fashioned and slow, you had to think for yourself and the graphics were not flashy enough.
Pros: Good old fashioned fun, makes your brain work
Summary: There is an almost complete absence of the Point and Click genre on the modern console scene. The Nintendo Wii is the sole provider, and even this is limited to a few games. One if `Secret Files: Tunguska' and it is perhaps the most traditional Point and Click that will ever come out for Wii. You play as a woman searching for her father who has disappeared whilst looking into the mysterious events surrounding an explosion in the Russian region of Tunguska.