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Cameron Files: Secret at Loch Ness review

The Good:
  • Original storyline carries the game
  • Interesting personalities, and Cameron in particular
  • Creative and effective use of cinematics
  • Great overall ambiance
The Bad:
  • Inconsistent game design
  • Fuzzy graphics
  • Game-over moments that only rarely hint at their occurrence, and a timed underwater maze to boot
  • Panning feature that seems to operate independently of the gamer
The Good:
  • Original storyline carries the game
  • Interesting personalities, and Cameron in particular
  • Creative and effective use of cinematics
  • Great overall ambiance
The Bad:
  • Inconsistent game design
  • Fuzzy graphics
  • Game-over moments that only rarely hint at their occurrence, and a timed underwater maze to boot
  • Panning feature that seems to operate independently of the gamer
Our Verdict: Worth a look, but the flaws may keep some gamers away. To those who don't find timed sequences a game killer, the original story, unique locale, and ever-charming Alan Parker Cameron help make the game a memorable, though slightly tarnished, experience.
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