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Empress of the Deep 3: Legacy of the Phoenix Collector's Edition

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(334.27 MB)

$ 19.99 USD

$ 13.99 USD or 2 credits

After vanquishing her evil twin, Pandora, Empress Anna must find her lost tribe. In a fever dream she learns they are threatened by a cursed colossus on a distant and mysterious temple city, adrift on the waves below. Helped by the ghost of Jacob and an ancient phoenix she escapes the burning palace in the clouds and finds the beautiful floating city, constructed by her lost people. But where have they gone? Only a sinister two-headed wizard and his cats remain. Can she trust him? Will he help her find the lost tribe before the colossus fully awakens? Find out in Empress of the Deep 3: Legacy of the Phoenix!

This is a special Collector's Edition release full of exclusive extras you won’t find in the standard version. As a bonus, Collector's Edition purchases count toward three stamps on your Monthly Game Club Punch Card!

The Collector’s Edition includes:

  • Summon the Blue Whale to unlock bonus levels
  • Enter the chamber of Zem II, a deluxe Match-3 game
  • Win Zem trophies to unlock concept art
  • Integrated strategy guide
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Game System Requirements:
  • OS: Windows XP/Windows Vista/Windows 7/Windows 8
  • CPU: 1.0 GHz
  • RAM: 512 MB
  • DirectX: 8.1
  • Hard Drive: 923 MB
Game Manager System Requirements:
  • Browser: Internet Explorer 7 or later
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Empress of the Deep 3: Legacy of the Phoenix Collector's Edition 3.3 5 93 93
Good HOPA - Will the phoenix rise from the ashes? Fantasy setting for an enchanging adventure! Empress Anna must battle her twin again to save her people. We lose a beautiful phoenix as the story opens, but his resurrection is assured if Anna can locate four sacred relics. Other reviewers have covered the gameplay details, so I would just like to add what pleases me. Beautiful graphics, mesmerizing music, and charming story. In spite of its relaxed pace, the game is surprisingly challenging. Catching frisky felines and interacting with a dolphin and a whale make the game irresistible for me. Then there's the phoenix. I feel drawn to participate in this adventure, if only to see it rise again from its ashes! Delightful! Don't miss it! April 11, 2013
Good Adventure/Hidden Object Game Game three of this series has you, the princess, searching for your lost people on an island that 'seems to be' empty of humanity. You have to restore the Phoenix that brought you to the island, in order to defeat your evil sister, again. In casual mode, this game was so easy, I didn't need the strategy guide, so I can't comment on how good or bad the guide is. In the beginning of the game you find a book. The book contains a journal, a map that does NOT let you teleport, and an amulet that you need to complete. The map does tell you where you are, where you need to go, and shows a small picture of the area you click on. The ghost of Jacob, who helped you in the first two games, helps you here as well. The graphics are beautiful, and the vocals are very good. The background music is the same gentle, ethereal music as the other games in this series. In hidden object scenes, the hint points to objects. Outside of hidden object scenes, hint gives a text bubble that tells you where to go next, or where a needed object is. You need to pay attention to details, and click on anything that seems out of place, or that looks like a needed object. You receive a talking amethyst that you charge by clicking on fairies. That amethyst then performs tasks for you, after which you need to recharge it with more fairies. Your evil sister leaves nasty letters for you to find. April 11, 2013
Evil twin sister is back !!!! Played 20 minutes, casual - 3 modes, casual, expert, hardcore - Voice Overs - Integrated SG which only shows 3 chapters - Shortly after starting the game you get a notebook which contains 3 parts - Journal - Interactive map showing areas of interest - Amulet part where you store important items found - Animals from the previous game (whale, dolphin, etc...) follow you to your new location - H0s, you interact, items not too easy to find sometimes - Mini games not over difficult up to what I played - Beautiful graphics - Good music Your twin sister is on the loose again and is trying to harm your people. Phoenix takes you to the island where they live... up to you to fight evil again. This looks like a good beautiful game. I've loved the first Empress, less the second one (and so many sparkles in this one if I remember well), I hope this one will be up to the standards of the first one. Most probably a buy for me. April 11, 2013
Anna is back - brilliantly I am a true fan of the Empress of the Deep series. So I was overjoyed when the third of the series came to my computer screen. What can I say: Well, the landscape is familiar but still quite alien - Anna has to explore new areas and new challenges to save her people. There is one thing I dont understand yet: Jacob. I just dont trust that man! And that is the beauty of this game - whom do you trust - and who is the actual enemy. I am still to find out as I just started my journey. Love this game! April 12, 2013
Good compliment to series Different kind of HO like the other of the series...Better map this time and a different way to "get" to other places...Storyline is good, but really takes way too long--no "skipping" it...All in all a good game.. April 13, 2013
Totally enjoyed it:) I love the Empress of the Deep story lines and enjoyed this one. I am hoping to finish the game soon. April 12, 2013
love the series one more great but tough game I truly love this series and enjoyed the last game. only frustration is the map doesn't let you jump so getting from place to place is challenging. This is also one of the few games where I seem to always need the CE - knowing where to go and what to do is really chanllenging so having the CE guide is a must for me. in general, it is fun, cat's are cute, catching fairies is fun, games are different, not just finding a bunch of stuff that is impossible to see. and you can click as much as you want and it doesnt get mad! that I really like. April 20, 2013
Visually striking game The visuals on this game are very good, although it's not very challenging. March 15, 2014
Decent game, excellent sequel Empress of the Deep is a very nice series, though I may be biased; it happens that this was the series that got me into hidden object games. The absolute best part of this game (and this is a huge factor for me) was its visual quality; aesthetically it was absolutely fantastic. I am very attracted to visually pleasing games, and this game gets a 5/5 for that. Overall I enjoyed the gameplay, it was challenging but I was never truly stuck, the voice acting was fairly decent (the Keymaster's voice completely creeped me out), and the game seemed well designed overall (I never had any problems with navigation or hint button issues). It was a very nice game and I found it to be a relaxing way to spend a summer evening. A few things to consider: the storyline is pretty predictable. This is an ongoing trend in hidden object games, but I could pretty much guess what happened from one event to another. While I enjoyed the ending (which I will not provide details about for the sake of you people who hate spoilers), was very corny and sappy and, yes, predictable. If really good storylines are your thing, this game may not be your cup of tea. (I also don't really like Anna as a character, but that's just me and it spans across all three games.) It is also not particularly challenging, so if you like your games to challenge your mind and cause you to puzzle over one part of it for hours, I'd play something else. I rated the challenge level four out of five, but I like fairly easy games with maybe one or two puzzles that challenge but don't frustrate me (which are fairly rare). Also, I did like the idea of the navigation pods, but they were too sparse. I would have found a navigation device that Anna finds at some point much more useful. Overall it was an entertaining game, perhaps not for those who prefer their games to have better storylines or who prefer more of a challenge. It was a good sequel, managed to bring Pandora back (though a bit clumsily), and I enjoyed it heartily. I recommend this game for people who like aesthetically nice games and who are looking for a fun but not too challenging way to spend an afternoon or two. September 3, 2013
boring and too easy I decided to try all the empress of the deeps. Not worth it. Too much talking and the hint button is not really all that good for you. The HOS and puzzles are quite easy. Somewhat of an adventure but there is tons of better games out there. For a CE not worth the price. May 5, 2013
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