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Old 07-21-2005, 01:01 AM   #1
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hi just wondering if anyone has heard about this game:Secret Files: Tunguska, it's meant to be coming out on the 25th jan 2006, but i can't find any detils on it; only that it's an adventure game.

Anyone heard anything?
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Old 07-21-2005, 06:31 AM   #2
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Nope, but there was a game for Ps1 called Tunguska: Legend of Faith (I only played it 10 minutes even though I owned it), which was some kined of platform/action/adventure... Don't know if this is a sequel... Could be.
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Old 07-21-2005, 07:57 AM   #3
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http://www.k-files.de/download.php?s...adme&dlid=2819

Found an E3 2005 trailer for it, but I don't speak German.

It seems to be published by Deep Silver (X3 and Singles and Scrapland), but there is no mention of it on their website.

It seems to be a german made adventure game, but don't know much more.
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http://www.k-files.de/download.php?s...adme&dlid=2819

Found an E3 2005 trailer for it, but I don't speak German.

It seems to be published by Deep Silver (X3 and Singles and Scrapland), but there is no mention of it on their website.

It seems to be a german made adventure game, but don't know much more.
Thanks for the link, i've had a look and tried to translate as much as possible with my German, and it's probably best that there isn't anything to be found about it!
Thanks for having look though
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Old 07-21-2005, 11:16 AM   #5
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http://questzone.ru/enzi/showgame.php?game_id=801
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Old 12-21-2005, 10:20 PM   #6
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I was just searching for information on the tunguska explosion and found this site

http://www.adventurearchiv.de/s/tunguskapreviewe.htm
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Here is some stuff: http://www.deepsilver.net/preview/go...guska_eng.html

Also check out this recent AG news item: http://www.adventuregamers.com/newsitem.php?id=1110

EDIT: That's a really good preview in the post above.

EDIT2: I didn't realize how old this thread was.
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Old 12-22-2005, 04:04 PM   #8
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They should make an English version as well!

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I thought they were making an English version too?
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I hope they do i want to play this game
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I thought they were making an English version too?
Yes, they are.
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Fortunately for those whose German doesn't extend past "Gesundheit!", the game's developer, Fusionsphere Systems, has confirmed that an English language version of the game is also planned. There is currently no target date scheduled for localized releases, however.
(http://www.adventuregamers.com/newsitem.php?id=1051)
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Just finished Tunguska and have some thoughts:

Very, very nicely done artistically. But it sometimes felt like I was jumping from one picture perfect frame to another picture perfect frame, rather than exploring a big world of possibilities.

Puzzles ranged from ridiculously easy to deceptively clever. I liked that.

Voice volume and tone were inconsistent at times, as if they changed mics mid-paragraph.

Accents for authenticity would have benefited this game … and the acting fell flat from time to time.

Nina’s voice needed serious getting used to. She sounds more like a 12 year old girl saying lines that a 12 year old boy might say. However, her terrific acting skills somewhat overcame the fact that the voice should have been mature enough to match the body.

Interaction with people, places and things were exceptionally well done … an important facet to any game and one that was sorely missed in Paradise.

Music lends credibility, mood and a sense of adventure to a game and was too often missing in Tunguska, which would have been more mysterious without the Willy Beamish factor.

Although I liked some of her sarcastic humor, Nina’s comments bordered on being devoid of the emotion that creates a likeable, believable character. Also, humor translated from another language sometimes misses its mark.

It was wise of the Tunguska creators to add a fuller and more appropriate ending to Tunguska. I applaude them for the change and for the very cute cut scenes at the end. All in all it is a good game that is sure to improve next time around.
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