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Adventure Game Scene of the Day — Tuesday 4 September 2012

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Here’s a weird scene with weird characters in a weird locations, courtesy of Edna and Harvey: The Breakout.

     

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Edna!  Heart Harvey!  Heart Eyes

     

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I loved the secret leopard-mode of Edna & Harvey.

     

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Just when you thought “dumbing-down” is all the rage, there comes Daedalic with far too many hotspots, inventory items and text. Grin


But I firmly believe this (or perhaps slightly toned down The Whispered World) is a way to go when it comes to better immersion and interactivity.

     

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diego - 04 September 2012 04:46 PM

Just when you thought “dumbing-down” is all the rage, there comes Daedalic with far too many hotspots, inventory items and text. Grin


But I firmly believe this (or perhaps slightly toned down The Whispered World) is a way to go when it comes to better immersion and interactivity.

Exactly. I want to be able to click on everything I find interesting, not just a select few quest-specific hot spots.

     
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I really took my time with this game. More than one of the asylum’s hallways ended up resembling disaster zones when I finally finished with them! Innocent (And who knew there was that much ketchup and mustard in those bottles?!)

     

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this game somehow Creepy, or what they call Black Comedy , Edna has some comments that are funny but easily get to you.

anyone played the 2nd part (the German Release), i checked it on the tube and Edna has a totally makeover with Blonde Hair Smile

     
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Anything you do in Edna & Harvey will yield a witty response. Here are some from my vast collection, that tell about Edna:



     

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Advie - 06 September 2012 10:20 AM

anyone played the 2nd part (the German Release), i checked it on the tube and Edna has a totally makeover with Blonde Hair Smile

The heroine in Harvey’s New Eyes is blonde Lilly.  Edna is just a non-playing character and she appears only in the first part of the game, in the convent. Harvey has a different role too.

     

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I’m absolutely enjoying playing Edna Heart Eyes  I can’t do anything without consulting telling Harvey about it, just to hear what kind of a witty remark he makes.

I’m just somewhere around this scene too, talking to my fellow loonies in the mental hospital [spoiler]trying to get the ticket for the laundry lift [/spoiler].

I wish that I could take the screens of all the dialog like zobraks does. Mini Frown But unfortunately I don’t have an eternity of free time like some people Shifty Eyed Grin

     

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SweetDalilah - 26 September 2012 02:49 PM

I wish that I could take the screens of all the dialog like zobraks does. Mini Frown


SweetDalilah - 26 September 2012 02:49 PM

But unfortunately I don’t have an eternity of free time like some people Shifty Eyed Grin

     

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zobraks - 26 September 2012 04:44 PM
SweetDalilah - 26 September 2012 02:49 PM

I wish that I could take the screens of all the dialog like zobraks does. Mini Frown


Hey Shifty Eyed Pan  Pan, you should be a cavalier and send me all the pictures of Edna & Harvey that you got Tongue Innocent 

Off topic about the pic above: [spoiler]That’s exactly how I imagine you look like Grin[/spoiler]

     

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SweetDalilah - 26 September 2012 05:07 PM

you should be a cavalier and send me all the pictures of Edna & Harvey that you got Tongue Innocent

I would, but…

     

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Trunkyo - 04 September 2012 09:03 PM

I really took my time with this game. More than one of the asylum’s hallways ended up resembling disaster zones when I finally finished with them! Innocent (And who knew there was that much ketchup and mustard in those bottles?!)


Haha, I went all out; mud, graffiti/signatures, zig-zag scissors, knife, fork, pretty much every surface destroyed by various blunt-force objects, arrested everything that came my way.. the level of interactivity is awesome in this game   Cool

     
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zobraks - 26 September 2012 05:20 PM

I would, but…

p1nk0es - 26 September 2012 10:28 PM
Trunkyo - 04 September 2012 09:03 PM

I really took my time with this game. More than one of the asylum’s hallways ended up resembling disaster zones when I finally finished with them! Innocent (And who knew there was that much ketchup and mustard in those bottles?!)


Haha, I went all out; mud, graffiti/signatures, zig-zag scissors, knife, fork, pretty much every surface destroyed by various blunt-force objects, arrested everything that came my way.. the level of interactivity is awesome in this game   Cool

I didn’t even know you could do all those things. Gasp Ought to try them.   Tongue

     

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I love asylums and related stuff, so I have no idea why I haven’t played this yet. I bought it, so with all these great reviews, why in the world haven’t I played it?! *wanders off to play*

     

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