Good graphics, music and plot. The only drawback was the longwinded conversations, but you can skip through them. I didn't at first beccause I though the conversations might contain some clues, but they don't. The HO scenes are not overly busy and there wasn't a hundred objects to find.
January 15, 2012
Enjoyed the demo
Very nice visually, but I could have done with less chattering.
I somehow lost the ability to get the wrench to progress in the demo so I could not move any further.
But beyond that is was quite enjoyable.
January 7, 2012
Fun and challenging to play Hidden Object Game.
I enjoyed playing this game with my son.
December 25, 2011
Garret Ghostfighter Is In Trouble!
BASED ON COMPLETED GAME
Do you remember our friend Garret Ghostfighter, from the original Exorcist game? It doesn?t matter if you don?t, you?ll meet him here, but it was good to see him in his prime, because we are certainly not seeing him at his best here.
The STORY. We are Ghostfighter?s humble and earnest pupil Jacob, venturing out on his own exorcisms at last, when we discover our old mentor seems to have succumbed to demonic temptation! No, impossible!, we cry, and we?re off to the rescue.
Like its predecessor, Exorcist II is a quirky game, though not as different as Exorcist is. The major part of this one?s eccentricity is in the STORY, which develops in quite unforeseen directions.
Its opening moments also reveal much improved GRAPHICS, which are exceedingly WELL DONE, even to including a side panel for WIDESCREEN. ANIMATION now plays a large part of the VISUALS and is wonderfully done.
The DEMONS are masterly imagined and depicted.
The game?s first and greatest asset is the VOICEACTING and AMBIENT sounds, which are fun for their own sake, and the SATANIC WHISPERINGS throughout the game definitely ratchet up the creep factor.
Jacob?s (our) VOICE is so earnest and somehow innocent, one wonders how he manages in his world of demons and devils.
Primarily, this is a HO GAME, so don?t expect too many PUZZLES, but what there are, are FUN & SOMETIMES TRICKY.
The ADVENTURE component is a greater part of the GAMEPLAY than the previous game, and you will need to brush up on your DEMON DISPELLING TECHNIQUES, or you?ll end up like me, asking a DIRECTIONAL HINT for, well, directions, far too often.
The JOURNAL can be of some help with that. Unfortunately, NO MAP, although, really, there are not a lot of locations.
The HO SCENES are INTERACTIVE LIST, very clear, but the ITEMS are sometimes VERY SMALL.
I thoroughly enjoyed this game, was very much caught up in it almost immediately, but for me it did PLAY SLOWLY. I suspect, however, that was just because I couldn?t seem to get my head around the LOGICAL FLOW of the adventure.
Final verdict? A well developed sequel, showing considerable maturing since the original Exorcist, becoming a game with MORE UNIVERSAL APPEAL.
May 6, 2013
So much better than Exorcist 1
I hadn't had much hope for this one, but I was pleasantly surprised. The story has sense which is not always the case in these games. The graphics, music and voiceovers are excellent. There is some talking to reckon with, but I didn?t find it as annoying as in other games, maybe because of the British accent.
There is some exorcising to do, but otherwise the game is not as scary to give you nightmares. Possible spoiler: I really loved the scenes where you have to attack the spirits with the cross, quite funny.
The puzzles are neither too easy nor too difficult, but still challenging and innovative (the search for lucky clovers in a field of clovers). The HOGs were not annoying at all, the objects were clear and not difficult to find. And they were limited in number.
The hint button got confused a couple of times and wasn?t sure where to send me next. And the cursor movement was a little wobbly in the last chapter; for a moment, I thought that the game was going to crash. I was going to give it 4 stars because of this, but I really liked it, so I stuck to 5 stars.
March 5, 2012
This is a great game , the graphics are amazing. I enjoyed this game a lot even tho it's not that long I did by it, because once I played the demo I was hooked and wanted to see how this ended.
The game kept me interested all the way through and I hope that there will be another one in this possible series. The HOS was really clear and they were not the easiest that I have done.
I do recommend this game and I would like to say that I played it in expert and it was pretty hard at times, it helped to make it last longer which is for me the best part, I love a game that takes long and is drawn out providing it is as interesting as this one is.
So to all of you who read these you won't be disappointed no matter what level you play it in.
February 6, 2012
One of the most exciting hidden object games
I loved it. The graphics & sound were excellent. The story was soooo real.
January 20, 2012
The art of this game was nice. But when it comes to the story line and the dialog of the characters I found that poor. I was irritable of the Demons voice, it was so deep and hard to understand (though they had subtitles), but all the characters voices and the main character that you play... it was cheesy. As for puzzles and hidden pictures, it was okay but easy. I did not play causal. I hope the game designers learn from this and make a better game!
December 20, 2011
I liked the beginning scene in this game and then it was all down hill from there. The music didn't move the story along, the graphics changed from really nice beginning to just photoshop, hope you like to read becuase there is alot! cut scenes got in the way. I really hoped to buy this based on the first few minutes but it's not for me. Maybe BF has made me a picky player becuase I have bought some great games here alas not this one, first time turning down a game.
September 1, 2012
The graphics in this game are poor, which makes the game run slowly. The concept is good, and I'm sure it would be great if the picture quality was better.
January 23, 2012