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Eipix Entertainment proudly invites you to go behind the scenes for another installment in the Final Cut brand.

Your friend, Bernard, contacted you with an urgent cry for help... He's been investigating dirty dealings between two rival movie studios and suspects the film feud may soon turn deadly. But when you arrive to help him, you find that tragedy has already struck – your friend is dead. Follow the clues he left behind to continue his investigation and avenge his death. But stay on your guard – not everyone is who they seem in this Hidden Object Puzzle Adventure game... including you!

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  • OS: Windows XP/Windows Vista/Windows 7/Windows 8/Windows 10
  • CPU: 2.0 GHz
  • RAM: 1024 MB
  • DirectX: 9.0
  • Hard Drive: 733 MB

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Final Cut: Fade to Black 3.5 5 11 11
Definitely buy the CE because of the extras, or at least buy the SE. As I always try to do, I write to recommend whether to buy the CE or the SE after the SE is out--because that is what I want to know if they are both out and I have bought neither. There are some great reviews of the CE that describe the features better than I ever could, so I will explain the features that made this game a definite 5 star immediate buy for me as a CE. First, the art is bright, clear and beautiful. I love looking at it. Second, the Extras are a real selling point for the CE. You get the usual collectibles, a bonus chapter, achievements, replayable movies, and all the art and music. Best of all, you get replayable puzzles, and not just for this game. There are HOPs and minigames to replay from previous Final Cut games, also. You win them by finding candy canes and Christmas stockings. Third, I got totally sucked into the world and ran out the demo without realizing how long I had been playing, even though the story is a little "whaaaat?" in places. Example: there is a place where a character tells you "you can't come in here," and then proceeds to watch you while you break into some object right in front of him. Didn't make sense. But I was still totally sucked in. The mark of a great game, that is! So I recommend the CE. It is a bargain because of the extras that you get and because it is beautiful. But even if you don't want to shell out the money for the CE, try the SE. The game is really fun. Really. January 3, 2016
Great and challeging My star rating is based on my personal requirements: - Difficulty can be customized: I prefer playing w/o helping texts, so I love it to customize the difficulty. You can chose map issues, glitter, contextual pointer, plus item indicator, hint and skip recharge time. Of course, there a three levels of difficulty preset. - Graphics: The graphics are great, good, detailed and prospectively drawn. - Animation: It is quite good animated, not best in class, but good enough to have fun. - Music: discreet and nice, not disturbing not too repetitive. Fitting background noises. - Voices: good spoken, matching the characters - Tools: you do have an interactive map and (sometimes) a projector - Story: not new -> based on the older Final cut stories, but fascinating enough with some surprising turns. - HO?s: there were nearly all known types of HO included. Really good done, sometimes interactive. Additional you can switch to match3. - Challenge: The tasks were logical, so you can play w/o helping messages and don?t have to use hints or map a lot. There were quite different types of mini games ? mostly not the catchiest at all, but definitely interesting. But for some few, I had to tax my brain. From my point of view, Final Cut is quite challenging. - Locations: Usually you have to investigate 3-5 locations. You don?t have to go back. The items are spread about more locations, so it is a little more challenging. - Length: Is decent. I needed nearly 5 hours for playing through. That?s fine for me. Dislikes: none. I do recommend this game for sure. It is challenging, has a proper length and high quality. January 14, 2016
Another great Final Cut game! I've played all the Final Cut games with the exception of True Escapade which I just did not care for. To me, this is a much better game than True Escapade. I enjoyed the storyline and felt it flowed very well. The graphics and animation were well done and the colors were vibrant and not dreary like so many other games. The HO scenes were not junk piles and there's also the option to play Match 3. I really prefer games with many puzzles and a few of the ones in this game were quite challenging. The map was very helpful for seeing locations with available tasks and quickly transporting between locations. Overall I think it's a very enjoyable game and kept me entertained for hours. January 31, 2016
Another great Final Cut Flipping awesome like all the final cut games! Stopped playing the demo because I?d rather buy. It ?had me at hello? ? drew me right in ? love the deco, the era, the theme, the plot, the characters. I actually gasped when I found Bernard dead because I was already drawn into the story. It starts quick and you just hit the floor running. The artwork is fantastic and the character actors perfectly cast/drawn and compelling to watch. the HOG and puzzles are ones I?ve never quite seen before. The story moves along and is fast paced and interesting. I actually watched all the cut scenes ? in a demo?I never do that. I?m intrigued with the story and plot ? it?s awesome! I even read all the cards and listened to all the dialog. Like watching a fantastical film noir plot about movie studios with wickedly bad men, murder, conspiracy, a supernatural projector, and thank god, no crying children being abducted-so sick of that plot line. Hope this series goes on and on. March 20, 2016
The Series Is Fading This may be a final Final Cut with a mind boggling Who-dun-it mystery as you are landed smack dab in the middle of Detective Bernard's ongoing investigation. Bernard got his hands upon the famous projector that has practically ruined the dysfunctional Wolf family, only this one's small and portable and is capable of changes anyone's appearance! What a perfect way to ruin your competition, Horizon Studios! This edition of Final Cut isn't spectacular, perhaps it's just time to lay the story to rest and move on. I know many gamers love the golden hues with slightly grainy graphics to give the game a touch of reality and make it seem as if it were an older film. They have even attempted to use this to their advantage with some of the cutscenes with a deliberate film reel effect, but I prefer the crisp virtual reality of computer generated graphics. Many of the inventory items you collect will have plus signs indicating the need for further investigation, like combining that item with another. You are equipped with the Projector Camera that can be used to change your appearance temporarily to look like another person, which requires a simple mini game of focusing the camera and then outlining key focal points. (can I change my appearance to look like thing other than people?) The Collector's Edition has 41 Collectible Signs that actually look like a face, Several Achievements to earn, and even collectible Candy Canes and Christmas Stockings which unlock HOP's and Puzzles from Final Cut: Homage CE and Final Cut: Fame Fatale CE. The Hidden Object Scenes are fairly decent, some of which have a Morphing Object to find within. There are Multiple's of objects, Silhouetted Shape finds, Interactive List finds, and items to find that will give you an item that is used to unlock the texted list finds, there are even HOP's where you find items that match the descriptive riddles given. You can switch to a Match 3 game if you're not into Hidden Object Puzzles. The Mini Games were simple, and easy to solve, below is a list with brief descriptions of some of the puzzles you will come across in the demo: 1) Arrange cards so they match the photos shown on an evidence board, using the color coded pins as a reference. 2) Focusing a camera lens and outlining a face in a single line that doesn't overlap. 3) Press directional arrows to move a ball from one magnet to another until it reaches the indicated hole. The Collector's Edition has 16 Morphing Objects within the HOP's, 18 replayable Puzzles, Collectible Christmas Stockings that unlock additional Puzzles from Fame Fatale CE, a Souvenir Room, 17 replayable HOP's, Collectible Candy Canes that unlock additional HOP's from Homage CE, 41 Collectible hidden Signs, 5 Music Soundtracks, 12 Concept Art pictures, 8 Wallpapers, 16 Videos, a Tribute Video, 15 Achievements, a built in Strategy Guide and a Bonus Chapter, enjoy! January 3, 2016
Stop with all chatter & cut scenes! EIPIX games are usually great. I have frequently purchased a game just because it is EIPIX. The puzzles, story line, graphics, etc. were great as expected, & based on these criteria I would have given the game 5 stars but, for me: * There was too much chatter - There is no way to stop the characters from talking, you just have to wait until for them to finish. No play action until they are done. * Also, I thought there were too many cut scenes, & there is no way you can stop/skip, them, so your game play is basically paused until they are done. If these things don't bother you, then I think you will really enjoy this game. February 21, 2016
It Was Okay, but that's about It. This is posted after playing the entire game. One of the reasons I purchased this game is because it is one of the very few games to come out in a long time that didn't deal with witches and ghosts. I'm not sorry I did, but it really didn't have the wow or fun of the previous games. The graphics and sound were excellent as usual. Voice overs were well done and the colors were crisp and clear. The music went along with the action going on in the scenes and wasn't intrusive. Level of challenge was my downfall. While there are a multitude of various types of hidden object scenes which I enjoyed, the mini games simply ruined the game for me. I'm not a big fan of minis, but these were beyond understanding. I had no concept as to what to do and just waited for the skip to charge. The instructions were not clear to me and the difficulty was way beyond my abilities. I may not like mini games, but at least I try to play them but the great majority of these were just impossible for me. The story was interesting, if not a bit confusing at times. I got lost several times in it, but I may have missed something previous that would have made it more clear. There was a beginning and an ending, but it is very involved. Pay close attention as you go through the game or you too may end up lost. If you are one who really enjoys the challenges of the mini games, this game is for you. You will have hours of fun figuring them out. January 4, 2016
Couldn't get to the end I really enjoyed the first Final Cut games, but the last two I've played have been horrible. I couldn't even bring myself to finish this one. I found myself just hitting the hint and skip to get through it and it just kept going, and going and going. Puzzle and HOS fans will love this because it is just filled with them which for me so distracts from the game and makes the gameplay slow and tedious. Whats even worse is when you skip a puzzle you have to wait for it to "solve" itself. HOS are repetitive and dull. The only good thing about this game was the animations and graphics were very good. Color nice and voice-overs OK. But the rest was a real sleeper. Not going to buy another Final Cut again. January 4, 2016
No impressed I love the Final Cut games - but this one just spent most of my time looking for things and less on the story line. Very poor story line in my opinion and not as exciting as some of the other Final cut games which I always look forward too. Sorry but just my opinion! January 5, 2016
. The last two Final Cuts were terrible. I couldn't wait to get to the end. I was skipping puzzles, dialog just so it would end. The ones before were better but I certainly won't be buying anymore of this series. 2016 June 2, 2016
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