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
A Bit Dissapointed! I really wanted to love this game and have been waiting for a long time for the next installlment. Sadly, I felt a bit let down. The Empress of the Deep is an enchanting story about a young girl who awakens only to discover she has been asleep for many years. Her mentor and protector, Jacob guides through two games as she discovers her true identity as Empress of the Deep. As with all fantasy, we have a nemesis, Anna's twin sister who is inflamed with intense jelousy and hatred. Her one goal is to stop Anna along with the entire Kingdom. Our story now picks off where we left Anna, in a deep slumber as she is making her way to the lost people of her Kingdom. Once again Jacob appears and Anna finds out that her twin has summond up a giant Collosus who now threatens mass distruction. In order to stop it, Anna must resurrect the Phoenex and to do so, she needs to find the four mystical relics. Hence, our story begins. The one feature that enthralls me about this series has always been the stunning graphics and artwork. Here we do have the beautiful artwork and most of the time, the graphics are sharp. They do tend to get blurry at times, especailly in the Hidden Object scenes and during some of the cut scenes. There are voice-overs and again the zen music that unfortunately made my eyelids feel heavy. I kept getting zoned out and that seems to be the biggest problem with this game. Its the same music from the other two games, but for some reason, it really became an trance-like, making the game feel slow. There are three modes of gameplay that can be changed at any time, game features include a journal, a map and an amulet that will store some items that you need to find. The hint system will tell you where to go and what to do. The map does indicate areas of interest but sadly, you cannot use it to jump. However, there are portals later on in the game that will take you to certain locals. There is a crystal that collects these odd fairies and once charged, will open up areas. There are gates to unlock, mystical items to collect and frequent HO scenes that are slightly interactive. One paticular scene I came across was to locate morphing objects. The HO scenes are packed and surprisingly difficult to play. SOme objects were very well hidden and obscure. I atually had to use the hint and that really is rare with me. The mini-games I came across during the demo were too easy which was a disappointment. I recall that the first of the series was far more interesting and challenging. This game has you constantly walking around and searching for objects. With the zen music playing in the background and the lack of direction, gameplay got a bit tedious after a while. There is also a bonus section which you can get access to only after completing the game and it offers you a ZEM board game of Match 3. This I thought was sneaky and if I am ot mistaken, we got to play this Match 3 during the game in the first of the series. I really would have liked to give this a 5 star but sadly I found this game to be dissapointing. Its beautiful to play but very slow and not as challenging as I would have liked. I think that the bonus game is a feable attempt to entice us to buy the CE which is even more disappointing. I loved this series but sadly this third installment did not thrill me as much as the first game. It seems that this game was rushed, graphics change often from sharp to blurred, gameplay is too slow and the challenge is mostly in the backtracking and finding objects to use. However, having played the first two games, I am eager to find out the outcome of Anna's Journey. Will she finally find her family and save her Kingdom and will this be the final chapter of Empress of the Deep. April 11, 2013
Recommended for beginners or intermediate players. Well, didn't care for the first game, bought the second, but not too sure about this one. The graphics and game play were nice. HOGs okay, but a lot of odd and unusable items are mixed in and make it sort of junky. Did not care for the annoying sound you get when you find an object. Games very simple. There is way too much dialogue and no skip on most of it. I really like voice overs, but Anna sounds bored and makes some really stupid remarks. The lead in scene is way too long as well and does not do a good job of setting you up for the game play. If you didn't play the 1st of 2nd, you won't know what's going on, other than one twin hates the other. Hint system is nice and fills quickly. The SG is okay, but when you blow up a picture, it is very blurry. This game was not challenging to me and is in desperate need of some new voices, with some feeling. It sounds like someone is just reading and is quite boring. The more I say, the less I like it. No buy for me. As always, try it for yourself and see what you think. We all have different tastes in games and you may find it quite enjoyable. Thanks for the reviews. April 11, 2013
I'm so confused I loved Empress 1 and 2 and in fact bought 2 without even trying it out. I had interruptions when I started this one, but started over and understood what was going on. Jacob is back, thought we were done with Pandora but obviously not. I got lost trying to follow story and am totally confused about what is going on. This has never happened before and as I wanted to purchase this as soon as I saw it listed, I waited until I tried out the game. Now I'm questioning what to do. Now that I've said that, the detail and beauty of the art if more that fabulous. The voices and cutscenes were well done and the music was just right. There are three levels and as always I did demo on casual. I check everything out at the beginning of the game on the title page. Could not check out bonus stuff, could not access strategy guide and no information about catching cats except what I read in reviews. I'm still not sure what to do about this game, but definitely try it as the hos were good, and just right difficult. The games were rather simple and hope they get a little more difficult as the game progresses. No achievements and have questions about morphing? April 11, 2013
Way too much hand holding. When broken up into sections, there wasn't really anything good about this game - so i find it rather odd that i still enjoyed playing it. Graphics were nice, but not exceptional. Hidden object games and puzzles had no challenge whatsoever. There were no bonus items or achievements to earn. You had a journal that covered the very basics, and a map that sparkled your next task but could not be used to jump scenes. The storyline was boring and only just flowed together. If there is one thing i hate it is where the bad guy needs certain tasks performed for world we perform them. Why would you? The bonus chapter was a short story that then went into playing 'zen games'. And through it all, despite the fact that it was ridiculously easy, you were told what to do. Even when it was staring you in the face, you'd still have to wait until it was all explained. Still, i would recommend this game but suggest to wait until the SE comes out. April 17, 2013
Definite Loss of Quality in this Sequel I loved the first two Empress games, but this one was clunky. I was constantly fighting with the inventory box, and the graphics were just horrible. The phoenix was ridiculous-looking, and the "Keymaster" was grotesque. It was a big disappointment. The storyline was good, and the only thing really good about this game. May 4, 2013
Disappointing but enjoyable I really enjoyed the other two games and I was expecting this one to blow me away. Unfortunately this seemed a bit subpar and disappointing. The graphics left a lot to be desired and felt like a major step backwards. Even the first one had better graphics. The storyline was fine, although I couldn't stand having to listen to all that stuff. All the puzzles weren't challenging at all and the game itself only took me about an hour to finish. I enjoyed it only because of the other two, but I wanted more. April 29, 2013
Disappointing graphics! I was so pleased to see this latest game in the series, downloaded the free trial and began playing straight away. I had been expecting the graphics to be top quality for the third game in the series, as so many new games now are quite breathtaking, as well as in wide screen which makes playing so pleasurable. To my disappointment, there was no widescreen format and no improvement on the graphics of the first two games, in fact it seemed almost identical to the first game, with the same voices and music as before. I have almost completed the free trial and although I am enjoying the gameplay, I can't help feeling a bit let down by the developers who seem to be stuck in a time warp. Instead of blowing me away, I feel as though I am playing a game that is at least two years old. I won't be purchasing the full game yet, maybe when there is a sale, but I don't feel that it is worth the full game price, sadly. Hope the developers make more of an effort for No. 4! April 13, 2013
I hope this is the end! It took me a few levels to get into this game. I was starting to regret my purchase. Eventually the game play started & it was challenging enough that I became intrigued. A predictable storyline, very similar to the previous incarnations. The video quality is low res, but the hidden object scenes were difficult & interesting. I didn't like that I was unable to skip the voice overs. Access to the Zem game levels was, I felt, overly difficult to access. There was a hint that there may be another episode. Unless they can write a different plot, I hope not. June 11, 2013
Could have been better I purchased this game in hopes it would be entertaining but no such luck. Gets boring in just minutes and stays that way. Finally lost all interest in the game. Oh well my bust. April 11, 2013
seems the story was already over with part 2 I own part 1 and 2 and can only agree with what Nilosh and bishky wrote. To me it seems that the developers are still years back. The storyline is unfortunately really boring and for the bonus level: forget it. I can definitely not recommend to buy this CE, it is not worth the money I spent. If you are really interested wait for the normal version. April 11, 2013
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