Nightmares from the Deep: The Cursed Heart Collector's Edition
awfull voice overs
sorry have to disagree, couldnt get into this game and the voice overs in that awfull american accent, please dont get me started. Definately wont be buying and found it very irritating
May 18, 2012
Could have been a great game, but for the 'dirty' HOs. I enjoyed most of the game, but the HOs hurt my eyes and I do not find them to be fun!!
Don't mind 'clean' HOs, but my old eyes can not take those ugly ones
I wish we could be told, when adventure games had little or NO HOs!!! I feel that I waste my money when I purchase these games, because I do not enjoy them!!
Recommended only for HO fans!
October 28, 2012
Graphically beautiful doesn't equal great game
This review is based upon the hour long demo, because I did not want to buy the game. I am going way against the tide here on BFG (no pun intended), after looking over the other reviews. But, the gorgeous graphics and wide screen aspect and cinematic cut scenes were not enough to overcome a very simple (and boring) game.
I have a lot of respect for the developers (Artifex Mundi) and have enjoyed more than one of their prior games. They were challenging games with some difficult puzzles and good HO scenes, along with having beautiful, immersive graphics.
This game held my hand way too tightly. Every (non difficult) step was explained to me. Conversations felt like little more than being told what to do. The daughter character was-- well, annoying. The VO actor for her sounded like a 10 year old [something I've been noticing in games with VOs - the women characters often sound like children but that's a whole 'nuther issue....] -- and the strange concept that she would be telling her mother what to do when her mother (me) is the director of the museum..... made no sense.
Incredibly, deeply, supremely disappointing. I was really looking forward to this one. Yes, the graphics are fantastic. The cut scenes are cool and very fun. The game play -- what there is of it -- is so easy it felt tiresome. That's the best description of my gaming experience that I can think of. Tiresome.
May 21, 2012
I was one that also went by the reviews and bought this game. I couldn't even finish it and that is the first time I've ever said that. There was way to much running back and forth. You get one item and walk way back to use it and get the next. The visuals were stunning but that is all I really found great about this game. I found the story slow moving and some parts of it kind of annoying. I may be in the minority here but felt this game was a waste of money.
June 6, 2012
Not worth the money.
Not challenging for experienced players. Too many hidden objects, puzzles were not challenging. OK for beginners. Wasn't worth spending the money for the Collectors Edition.
May 28, 2012
Same Old Same Old, Boring, Easy & Annoying
I don't get it -all the glowing reviews. I only played part of the demo. I found nothing compelling or original in this typical Adventure/ HO game. Easy, not much of a challenge & boring. But the worse part for me: the daughter character's voice- fingers on a blackboard to me & very annoying. I quit after about 20 minutes of play.
June 25, 2013
I don't know why but this game immediately irritated me. I was not drawn in. The dialogue seemed stiff and false. I only played the demo for ten minutes and then uninstalled it.... I was surprised because I always read all the reviews before I even try a game and this had lots of 5 stars.... perhaps I should have persisted but there are so many amazing games available I felt I was wasting my time and just wanted to go find something that engaged me within the first minutes!
June 20, 2012
I found this game to be really annoying. Too much handholding, not enough challenge. Graphics were done well and HOS scenes were okay, but try and exit this game and you get a mini preview of the game. Seriously??? I felt like I was at the movies waiting for the main feature to start. No thanks, BFG, I won't be buying this one.
May 17, 2012
I'm sorry, but I really didn't like this game. So banal!
I feel a bit uncomfortable, because I?m in this case a voice off the chorus?
I bought the game without trying it, because I confess I was deeply conditioned by the total enthusiastic series of positive reviews, so I?m totally responsible for my rash decision.
Unluckily I have not liked the game at all.
I fully agree about all the options as described in other reviews, they are all well-conceived and make the game very easy to play.
Besides that I didn?t find anything original or particularly new in this game, the usual story of ghosts and kidnapped person and pirates?At least there is not an overdose of demons, but all the usual ?creepy? elements are there.
The graphics are not exceptional and very dark.
The game is easy and after a while rather boring.
The voices over are good, but the characters are banal and the kidnapped daughter quite unpleasant.
I?d have appreciated a little of irony, a winkle, something different.
I wonder when we might have, just for a chance a game with doesn?t take the plot too seriously, something lighter and humorous, even though not childish.
I?m totally fed up with asylums for lunatics, demons, ghosts, bones, dark graphics and dilapidated haunted manors.
The developers are extremely skilled in creating well working and amazing games, but they should make an effort of creativity and originality in their plots.
This is just my humble opinion, of course.
May 19, 2012
Not compatible with pen tablet = fail
This game does not recognize my pen tablet, which I use to play all my games. Very disappointing.
Also, come on, when I play a game, I want to feel like a kid. A hero. Not a mom looking for her helpless daughter, for Pete's sake! Stop it with this type of scenario already! I want to be slaying monsters and zombies --- why isn't that possible in casual gaming? At the very least, if I can be something like the hot shot detective that's been called in to investigate and solve a cool mystery, that's something. But having me looking for my kids --- ah, no.
April 1, 2014