Redemption Cemetery: Salvation of the Lost Collector's Edition

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$ 19.99 USD

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Escape from a mystical cemetery in Redemption Cemetery: Salvation of the Lost! A late-night subway takes a bizarre turn when you suddenly find yourself in a strange cemetery. An otherworldly entity has summoned you to free the cemetery’s lost souls. And to make sure you finish the job, she’s holding your dog hostage! To earn your freedom, you must help three spirits resolve some unfinished business from the past. Will you succeed, or is this the end of the line? Find out in this thrilling Hidden Object game!

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The Collector’s Edition includes:

  • An exciting bonus game in a mysterious underground world!
  • Beautiful wallpapers, screensavers, and concept art
  • Downloadable music tracks
  • An integrated Strategy Guide
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Game System Requirements:
  • OS: Windows XP/Windows Vista/Windows 7/Windows 8
  • CPU: 1.6 GHz
  • RAM: 1024 MB
  • DirectX: 9.0
  • Hard Drive: 921 MB
Game Manager System Requirements:
  • Browser: Internet Explorer 7 or later
  • Mild Blood
  • Mild Violence
  • Tobacco Reference
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Redemption Cemetery: Salvation of the Lost Collector's Edition 3.8 5 73 73
Good Game...Kinda Frustrating I'm sorry but I really couldn't get into the game play, which was as stated in title: very frustrating. How you charge up the medallion is just unnecessary after the first time;becomes tedious. The storyline is not original but it is a graphically beautiful game. But personally I had to force myself to complete the game because of sheer boredom. I love animals so that is the only reason why I finished the bonus ( to get all the cute rewards/extras....which are mostly over-rated....was thinking you could get items for a dog play area--that would've been great like in latest Dark Tales. Maybe, personally I'm on a mission to find a really good detective/ mystery game and am biased atm: A game as visually flawed as Entwined:Tales of Deceit was far more engrossing. These are one of my absolute favorite devs (why I gave 4 stars) and I feel let down a bit...Hopefully next try will be even better:) I'm sure others will disagree and that's fine enjoy yourself and have a great time playing-I'm recommending this for those who like match three and brain teasers. Good luck:) May 18, 2013
good hidden object good graphics, and action. game flowed well. I liked the dog element May 2, 2013
Colourful fun I really enjoyed playing this game. The colours were beautiful and the mini games well designed though not too challenging. Plenty to do and find and the puppy animation was really cute. The Zoo sequence was wonderful, and I would have liked to see more animals. Some of the hidden object artwork was a little difficult to distinguish and the artwork was variable, but all in all a great addition to the series. April 27, 2013
Another sequel! Well, I was excited to see a new RC game. I have the other 3 and really liked them all. This one is a bit different. Graphics and game play are the usual exceptional ERS. Not a lot of HOG's so far, which I was disappointed in. Games not difficult but do take some thought. Music quiet, which is nice. Not a lot of background sounds in this game. Did not care for the sound you get when you find an item...annoying. Like the dog and the need to find things related to him. Not too sure about the raven. Seems out of place and I wasn't kicked out about the mini games you had to play when you find the elements. There didn't seem to be any purpose for them, except to recharge the elements and that doesn't fit the story line at all. Speaking of story, it is a little different for a change. Looks like you will meet different spirits and have to accomplish different tasks for themm which isn't anything new, in order to move through the game. The game moved a bit slow and I wasn't sitting on the edge of my chair when the demo ended, nor did it make me want to rush out and buy it. However, since I have the other 3, and I do like the game, I will get this one as well. Just don't know if I will buy the CE...tired of spending my money on CE games and needing to purchase any old SE just so I don't lose my credits. As always, try it for yourself and see what you think. We all have different tastes in games and you may not care for this one at all. Thanks for the reviews. April 18, 2013
Not as good I played this one and couldn't say I liked it like the others. Children's plight, grave testimony, and curse of the raven were better games. I thought the graphics on the other games were better too. The visual wasn't as good on this game, but the sorceress was beautiful. The story was ok but I really wasn't crazy about it. Also this game was glitchy on my computer. I had to delete it and reinstall it..It could be me but I just didn't like it as much. April 28, 2013
great it was a fun the hint April 20, 2013
This Cemetary Needs Redemption I have played all the Redemption Cemetery games and this one was by far only adequate. First of all, it was short. I zipped through it in about 3 hours. The puzzles were mundane and not challenging. Compared to Grave Testimony and Children's Plight, both of which had superior art design, challenge, and gameplay, this one sort of feels thrown together and used the name Redemption Cemetery to sell it. It was why I bought the Collector's Edition and I ended up disappointed. There is an Easter Egg in the title page (I won't say where) that I kind of felt like was the game maker's way of saying "We tried, It's not a great game and we won't even pretend it is, but sometimes mediocre is what you get." April 25, 2013
Come On ERS, You Can Do Better Than This! Given some of the masterpieces we've seen from ERS, I'm rather disappointed in this, especially since the third Redemption Cemetery was so good. It's almost like the developers lost interest... For starters, the storyline is ridiculous and nowhere near the standard of the first three. You?re on a strange train, get off at a cemetery, and your dog is abducted by ghosts. The ?keeper? says she won?t give him back until you free the ghosts of the cemetery. You then go on to each ghosts? story, starting with the one at the zoo. The whole part of this chapter was very hard to follow and I was really lost. Adding to this, the demo ends rather abruptly, and in my opinion, not at a suitable point that would grip you and make you want to play on again. The graphics were? Good. All I can say about them really. There should have been a little improvement as to make you feel like you?re playing a 2013 game rather than a 2011 one which is what I felt. That being said, there were no hazy or unclear scenes, so I can?t really complain about them being bad. The HOS were a mixed bag, both literally and figuratively. Some HOS were Junkpile (the ones I enjoyed the most) and included extra step objects. Others where silhouette scenes, which also included multiple extra step objects. Personally, I thought the junkpile ones were easier, so the ones looking for more of a challenge would be leaning more towards the silhouette ones. The puzzles were a mixed bag as well, some being easy, but the majority of them being challenging. The element puzzles were by far the easiest. The gameplay was all over the place and I was getting lost all the time. I constantly had to refer to the hint and/or strategy guide to see what to do next, and this was not only boring, but very time wasting. There was quite a lot of backtracking too, which was a bore. FEATURES - Diary to keep track of events, as well as an extra section for interesting facts, which I did not take much interest in, and felt was unnecessary to the game. - Map is interactive and can save you some time backtracking - You are given a raven at the start of the game which can help you get different things, and requires four different elements. - There are collectable medals, which unlock games for your puppy. You must collect 5 medals before being able to unlock the game. These games were: Tic Tac Toe, Match The Toys, Puppy?s Toys (a puzzle game) and Paws and Tails. You also got to name your puppy, which was a nice addition to the game - Built in strategy guide (CE exclusive) - Hint and Skip- recharged rather quickly and were very useful. After playing the demo of this game, I get the feeling that it was rushed. Given the fact that ERS has been releasing almost a game a week, you?re bound to get a rushed game once in a while, and this is it. ERS probably should have spent another couple of weeks minimum on this game to make it more interesting and add some finishing touches, because this game is one of ERS? worst. April 27, 2013
PUSHED OUT THE DOOR? SUMMARY: I was disappointed because this game did not live up to its predecessors. It was a little short on adventure and lacked the pizzazz I expected. Perhaps it was under deadline and just pushed out the door. Game was only 3 hours - and I take my time enjoying the locations. I hope I got this on sale. STORY: You and your dog are on a non-stop train, filled with strange-looking passengers, until it lets you out at Redemption Cemetery. Before you can return home, you must help 3 restless souls buried at the cemetery find peace. To add pressure, your dog is held hostage until you achieve your goal. Game is linear in that you must rescue the souls in order. GAMEPLAY: There are 3 difficulty modes and a map showing objectives and completed area. Although this is an adventure game, it is short on adventure because there isn?t much involved in freeing the spirits. There are only a few HOS, which are silhouette based. In freeing the 1st restless soul, I felt I was playing at an amusement park or zoo. Although it was fun, it didn?t put me in that ?rescue mode? this type of game usually entails. The 2nd and 3rd souls were suitably more somber and relevant to the goal. Voice overs: the narrator set a mysterious tone. Added occasionally were whispery nonsensical sounds emitted from the scene ? what?s with that? They seem to be in too many games lately. At first, the nonsensical whispers add mystery, but quickly become irritating. Graphics were about average. RAVEN: You get a raven who acquires the powers of air (to reach high places), fire (to fly into fire), water (to fly through water, and earth (to dig). It felt a little awkward getting control of the raven?s actions and it took me almost the entire game to be able to use the raven in a fairly smooth manner. It should be easier to use it. October 5, 2013
Worst Stories Ever! Beautiful Graphics and Spooky Atmosphere, however, the stories were weak and uninteresting to me. A lady trapped in a tiger cage? Some guy tied in a pool? WORSE stories in the Redemption Series ever! Apart from that, it was OK. Wouldn't buy it again though. June 16, 2013
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