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The Da Vinci Code

The Power of Symbols speech at the Symbology Symposium in Paris went amazingly well, despite a certain Boston magazine article’s embarrassing commentary being read aloud during Robert Langdon’s introduction. Everything went perfectly, from Robert’s subtle introduction of the amazing origin of symbols and their meanings, to their use today in subliminal advertising and corporate logos. With the sound of thunderous applause echoing behind him, Robert was stunned to see two DCPJ officers looking for him backstage. “There has been an incident,” is what Robert thought the larger officer was attempting to say in English. This was followed by a much more clear and precise, “You will come with us?”

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Adventure Games by The Collective

Game Information

Platform PC, PlayStation 2, Xbox
Perspective Third-Person
Control Gamepad, Keyboard
Gameplay Hybrid - Action
Genre Mystery
Theme Conspiracy, Licensed properties
Graphic Style Illustrated realism
Presentation -
Action (Compulsory) Combat, Stealth, Timed events
Red Flags Game-over events
Media CD, DVD

Product Details

System Requirements
Windows® 2000/XP
1.8Ghz Pentium 4 or AMD Athlon
64MB graphics card with hardware Transform & Lighting.
100% compatible with DirectX 9.0c (does not support nVidia GeForce 3 and 4 series MX cards);
DirectX 9.0c compatible sound card;
6x Speed DVD drive or faster (DVD version);
3GB hard drive space

The Da Vinci Code by The Collective - Adventure Game

The Da Vinci Code is an adventure game, released in 2006 by The Collective. The Da Vinci Code has a Illustrated realism style and uses a Gamepad, Keyboard control scheme. Adventure Gamers have published a review of The Da Vinci Code and rate it as Decent, meanwhile the community rating for The Da Vinci Code is Decent.
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