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Ratings by tsa

Sherlock Holmes: The Devil's Daughter

Stars - 20

Rating by tsa posted on Jul 27, 2017 | edit | delete

Last Crown: Midnight Horror, The

Stars - 25

Rating by tsa posted on Dec 8, 2015 | edit | delete

Nice to be back, but has some flaws

I agree with most, if not all of what Katie writes in her review, but I must add that, while it was great to be back in Saxton and see and hear some of the familiar people there, I was quite annoyed by the fact that many of the dialogue options stayed the same throughout the game. This means that for instance even after you’ve told people about the ghost, the dialogue option with which you mention that there may be something going on can still be used, and the character you talk to still acts as if this is completely new information throughout the game. Nanny Noah also keeps telling Nigel that he looks like he’s seen a ghost, although he has told her about it more than once. This, combined with some other bugs, gives the feeling the game was slapped together rather quickly and was not beta tested. Having played all Boakes’ other games, which are all consistent and mostly bug free, this was a big disappointment for me, especially since we have waited so long for something new from Boakes. Let’s hope Blackenrock has the quality we are used to from him.

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Time Played: 2-5 hours
Difficulty: Just Right

Sherlock Holmes: The Awakened

Stars - 30

Rating by tsa posted on Aug 20, 2014 | edit | delete

Bosch's Damnation: A Carol Reed Mystery

Stars - 30

Rating by tsa posted on Apr 11, 2014 | edit | delete

Cold Case Summer

Stars - 40

Rating by tsa posted on Mar 12, 2013 | edit | delete

Best Carol Reed so far

I think this is the best Carol Reed adventure so far. The story has interesting twists and the murder of Olof Palme gives extra suspense to the story. The puzzles also are very well thought out. I was really impressed with the way everything comes together in the end. The story and the puzzles, combined with the consistent high quality of the pictures and the music, which hasn’t changed since the last game, make this Carol Reed game the best of the lot.

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Time Played: 2-5 hours
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