Path of Sin: Greed

Path of Sin: Greed

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You and your new partner are sent on your first case. Set on a remote private island, things are not what they seem to be, and there will be many twists and turns until the dangerous mystery is revealed.

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Game System Requirements:

  • OS: Windows XP/Windows Vista/Windows 7/Windows 8/Windows 10
  • CPU: 2.0 GHz
  • RAM: 1024 MB
  • DirectX: 9.0
  • Hard Drive: 926 MB

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Path of Sin: Greed is rated 4.1 out of 5 by 13.
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Greed, yet no Glory Murder Mysteries are my favourite games. So this game seemed to be right up my alley. A man had fallen off the cliff, my partner and I are called to look into this case on a private island and we soon find out this was not a suicide, but a murder. I loved the graphics, crisp, detailed, especially in the Hidden Objects scenes. Five stars to the game’s mechanics: hint button, the interactive map, all first-class. But: As much as I liked the plot, it didn’t bowl me over. Nothing I have not played before. Asking several people the same questions got really tedious here. Why not do it in different way? Asking one person, then weave in the other interviews in a different way, a mini game, a HO? The case file was helpful, but sorting the evidence was not interesting, a matter of persistence, not deduction. Several actions were out of my understanding. As towards the very end: If you opened a gate and a camping trailer is hurling towards you - would you stay put in the middle of the road or hide behind the walls to the left or the right? Please, please, please: more credibility! Another but: the music was far too repetitive for my taste. The same tune was repeated over and over and over. There could so much more to be done with it. As complete silence for a while, just a single note and more background sounds, variations in tempo and key. My last "but" concerns the items in the HO’s. As much as I liked them, occasionally you got something rather strange, as the „Gift case“ in the Kitchen Cellar. I had to take resort to random clicking - and found a barrel with a gear on top? In my opinion this game is a few steps away from being a really good game. I still recommend it!
Date published: 2018-09-25
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Two tries, no buy I had already played some of the CE demo, didn't like it, but seeing so many high reviews, I decided to try again and played the full demo of the SE, which only confirmed my earlier opinion. I would be all for a good detective game, instead of all the fantasies fighting gruesome, evil monsters where only the player can save the land and inhabitants from annihilation we've been getting so much of lately. Nor do the saccharin airy-fairy tale type games interest me at all. So why didn't I like this game? For one thing, the character graphics were wooden like games from a much earlier era. For another, the overused camera gimmick, taking so many photos of everything and then having to put it all together an evidence board. Then there's the bit where you as the junior detective ask the house occupants all the same three questions which I imagine will also go on yet another evidence board. Apparently the senior detective does nothing but stand around and watch as you do all the heavy lifting and evidence gathering. But most of all, I found it all to be excruciatingly boring.
Date published: 2018-12-23
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Trial: Another Tedious Old Style Game! Good introduction, good graphic color and nice detail in scenery. However, characters are wooden but with good voice overs. Scratching my head as to inventory items but as usual eventually there is a home for them. As a detective you take pictures, multiple pictures, way too many pictures and then put them all together to end up with a conclusion that most players will have figured out long before they are compiled. Hidden Object Games are dated. Mini Games are old and boring and time consuming. Dialogue will put you to sleep! I didn’t finish the trial because I found the game boring and tedious and didn’t find anything new or interesting to maintain my interest. Again a sad commentary for new games that suffer players with old content and little new, innovative or intriguing content to pull us in and make us want to see what is around the next corner. Give it a trial run and see what you think!
Date published: 2018-09-18
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