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Redemption Cemetery: Salvation of the Lost

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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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Game System Requirements:
  • OS: Windows XP/Windows Vista/Windows 7/Windows 8
  • CPU: 1.6 GHz
  • RAM: 1024 MB
  • DirectX: 9.0
  • Hard Drive: 627 MB
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  • Browser: Internet Explorer 7 or later
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Redemption Cemetery: Salvation of the Lost 4.3 5 35 35
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
Redemption Cemetery : Salvation of the Lost I have purchased several games from the group that developed the Redemption Series and some of their other games. They are usually very good. However, I was disappointed with this game as there were 3 scenarios you had to solve and only 2 were original. The section on the "woman and the tiger" was totally taken from another game I had played, so this was no challenge at all. The rest were quite clever. July 2, 2013
Very Boring Game BASED ON DEMO ONLY: This game is just one puzzle after another with an HOS thrown in now and then. Meanwhile, a reporter needs rescuing, and you're jogging back and forth solving puzzles. And THEN, a dastardly villain gets injured, and you get to solve yet another puzzle, because you're going to go to his aid... and meanwhile, the poor reporter STILL needs rescuing. I say let the villain bleed and GO GET THE REPORTER!!! But you probably won't be able to, because you have to solve -- you guessed it -- more puzzles to power up your helpful power ravens. Totally stupid. June 20, 2013
who wants to keep going back to same old places over and over? this game is the worst yet for going back and forth over and over --can not even keep your focus on the story because its the same seen over and over,if you are looking to just kill time then this game is for you!! May 19, 2013
SALVATION? ONLY BY NOT PLAYING THIS GAME. This is based on 15 minutes of the demo. There is the stupid raven to help you get objects out of reach. It worked the first time, but I could not get the bird to work the second time. Tried many times. Could not progress any farther. There is not enough info on how to use the raven. I might try again at a later date, but I have had enough at this time. I can't recommend this game by this experience. February 6, 2014
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