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15 Days gets early release on The Adventure Shop

With about 15 days left until its expected release, the ironically-named 15 Days surprised everyone with an early launch today at The Adventure Shop.

The latest thriller from House of Tales centers around three young activists who happen to be art thieves. Their latest job went very wrong, however, when the death of prominent politician put American Interpol Special Agent Jack Stern on their trail, beginning a tangled adventure that is destined to pull all four deep into the affairs of international politics, plus a few new art heists along the way.

15 Days is available for purchase and download now from Adventure Shop for $24.99 US or €19.99. For more information about the game, be sure to check out our preview of the game, complete with an interview with the developers.

Note: Adventure Gamers is an Adventure Shop affiliate.

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Latest comments (5 total)

Sorry to hear that…was hoping for a good game, but it seems that the talent left Hose of tales this year after they had been bought by another company. I seems it had an impact on the production of this game. I will probably still buy it though Smile

Jun 21, 2010

My mistake - $25, not $30.

Jun 21, 2010

I agree with Sho’s comments above. I DL’ed the game from the shop without problems, and played (or rather, mostly watched the game play itself) until the Paris catacombs section, when a bug repeatedly stopped the game cold. Rebooting my system didn’t clear the issue. Since I hadn’t exactly been enjoying my experience to that point, I bailed, uninstalling the game and writing off $30.

Jun 21, 2010

I loved “The Moment of Silence” and also enjoyed “Overclocked” a lot despite some annoying trial & error sequences, but “15 Days” was something of a let down. They’re supposed to get better at this from game to game, but “15 Days” had really irritating handling and extremely stiff and unengaging animations. The story was once again good (if not nearly as interesting as “Overclocked”), but there is very little in the way of gameplay - the few puzzles there are are extremely easy, and the dialog system consists of clicking through all the options. It’s essentially a click-through movie, and given that it’s unfortunate that the production values are noticably worse than in the two previous games.

For the record, I played the German retail version.

Jun 21, 2010

Has anyone tried it? I am tempted as I loved House of Tales previous games.

Jun 20, 2010
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