Jade Rousseau - The Fall of Sant' Antonio
What a weird game...
Opening scene, the avalanche, is very well done!
- Excellent graphics of human beings (they are gorgeous)
- Story is very interesting and curious
- HOS at good locations
- Interactive dialogues (you choose the answear)
- Characters are completely different from the usual - (in most games, they are suffering, or sad, or scared ) - here they are angry, hostile, and ironic! This is different and even funny !
-Voice over is greatly according to characters
Why only 3 stars:
- Graphics of HOS are not clear
- Tiny tiny objects (like clips in a messy and full desk)
- More time in dialogue than in games
- Not really challenging, except for the size of objects
January 31, 2012
Not so great Hidden Object adventure game
The graphics and sounds were fine, and there are voice actors. Parts of the storyline were interesting, however, the main character is rude and unlikeable, as are some of the other characters. It makes the game disagreeable; didn't even want to finish the free trial. Hidden object puzzles are okay. If you can get past the attitudes and dislikable characters, the game may be okay.
December 26, 2011
If I only had a magnifying glass......
I was given this game,and really ,really hate it, It starts off with very nice graphics and storyline, but then spirals down to hidden objects that are tiny and indistinguishable from the background. It is a joke to think anyone could see them well! I have a 23" screen,and I could pick out just a few of them.
The main character Jade Rousseau is a detective investigating a crime in a remote mountainous village. I also detest her snarky voice which says," I REALLY need to concentrate",when you click on the wrong object.( Actually she says EVERYTHING in a snarky, sarcastic voice. lol !)
It could have been a really good game if they had decent sized, and drawn HO to find, and a more appealing main character. Looks like they didn't want to spend the time to make it a quality game.Save your money and get something else.
November 17, 2012