Death at Cape Porto: A Dana Knightstone Novel Collector’s Edition
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Return to Europe in a brand new adventure as Dana Knightstone, the best-selling novelist with a gift for clairvoyance. A tragic legend attracts you to Portugal, where you were planning to set the backdrop of your latest love story. But upon checking into a mysterious hotel, you discover that your abilities are not just limited to interacting with ghosts.

Delve into a past obscured by untruths that have imprisoned an innocent soul who, without your help, will never have the chance to clear his name. Find clues buried in old newspaper clippings and collect useful items as you explore the romantic locales of Portugal.

This is a special Collector's Edition release full of exclusive extras you won’t find in the standard version. As a bonus, Collector's Edition purchases count toward three stamps on your Monthly Game Club Punch Card!

The Collector’s Edition includes:

  • Bonus chapter: Dana puts things right
  • 40 hidden card collectibles
  • Challenging achievements to earn
  • Replayable cutscenes
  • Wallpaper, concept art, and soundtrack

Game System Requirements:

  • OS: Windows XP/Windows Vista/Windows 7/Windows 8
  • CPU: 800 Mhz
  • RAM: 512 MB
  • DirectX: 9.0
  • Hard Drive: 475 MB

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Death at Cape Porto: A Dana Knightstone Novel Collector’s Edition is rated 4.3 out of 5 by 48.
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Nice, But Not CE-Worthy BASED ON DEMO FIRST IMPRESSIONS The developers tried a little too hard, I think, to make this game seem more scary than the previous Dana novels. Or, at least, the intro cut-scene, which was out of character for this series, and didn’t quite come off. For me, I was too busy registering my shock at a Dana game with poor graphics – IMPOSSIBLE! SIGHTS & SOUNDS True, the poor graphics only lasted as long as the intro, but it was an unpleasant surprise. For the rest of the demo, the locations, and particularly the city lights at night , were breathtaking. Very much what you expect from this developer. The voiceovers were well done, as always. But the guy you first speak to gets your back up straightaway with his condescending tone – this is of course deliberate, as you will see. The music is romantic, almost dreamy. WHAT’S HAPPENING We are attending the opening of a new hotel when we find ourselves being drawn into the past (literally) by an ancient newspaper clipping. What we find is a standard Dana Knightstone love tragedy, and we must redeem the innocent soul. This is done a bit differently than in previous games of this series, and I like the new style. Now, when we observe part of the past , we do so in sepia tones, and with fuzzy fades around the view. Much more dramatic. MAKING PROGRESS The few HOPs in this game so far are straight interactive lists, but there are not many of them, and we do not repeat. The puzzles are much more innovative than I have seen in the other Dana games, some were frustratingly tricky. All of them look great. Also some nice twists on older games. There is hint system that will show you where to go next and offer to teleport you there. There is also an interactive jump map that tells you where you have active tasks. The journal gives you both a diary and an objectives list, as well as replayable movies. These have important info in them sometimes. The game consists of 6 chapters plus the bonus, and I only just finished the first chapter when I stopped with 8 minutes to spare. As for CE Bling!, there is nothing very exciting: Bonus chapter, Strategy Guide, and Gallery Items, (fairly ordinary) Achievements and Collectibles (40 large playing cards). FAMOUS LAST WORDS I liked this demo, better than previous Dana Knightstone games, actually. But I never have thought of the games in this series as CE-worthy, and this one is the same. I think it will make a good value, enjoyable and intriguing SE game. THAT I will rate higher, and will recommend. This one...
Date published: 2013-12-01
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Boring After a While I like her series, but this one I found boring after a while. very easy to play. The graphics were good and the sound quality also. But the story line and hos were predictable. I do like Dana Knightstone, but this one is not a buy for me and certainly not a CE.
Date published: 2013-12-01
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Way too short An easy game and way too short..glad I bought it on sale.. One funny note..Joel and Gabriela look like William and Kate
Date published: 2013-12-03
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Too short Way too short for a CE. I should know I bought the CE. uggh
Date published: 2013-12-03
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Another Rehashed Game Based on Demo: A nice but not very exciting mystery adventure. You are contacted by a ghost who was blamed for a murder he didn't commit and you must find out who really "dun" it while at a hotel in Portugal. The graphics are colorful but flat without depth. The music is a looping piano tune. The voice overs are good but the characters stand there like lobotomized pet rocks! The story plods along while you snoop about. The mini-games were interesting but I don't remember playing any HOG's. You have to collect playing cards which is the only collectible. I wouldn't have know about them but read the reviews first. This is another warmed over game with nothing new or special about it. It's a nice game to play when you want something easy with not a lot of challenge. Would give it 3 stars & buy it with a coupon.
Date published: 2013-12-01
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Not for me This series is slow-paced, more chore-oriented (get this, get that) and the stories are usually romance with a little light mystery. This one honestly bored me to tears after awhile and I ended up not bothering to finish it, which is rare for me. It just didn't hold my interest at all. There are so many games out there which are better than these, I can't recommend this one.
Date published: 2013-12-02
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Boring!!!! Hidden Objects to short and to easy. I was hoping for a much better game today. The price is nice to see on a CE. Not this one. The most recent CE. Mystery Case was a real disappointment after purchase sorry to say.
Date published: 2013-11-30
Rated 3 out of 5 by from A Little Boring... I usually like this series but this story line was rather boring. It was a usual love triangle jealousy story and I found it rather predictable and not all that exciting. There are collectibles...40 cards to collect and Im not really sure why as they had absolutely nothing to do with the story line. They are extremely easy to find unlike some other boom zap games where its almost impossible. However, I like the challenging ones better... The game has achievements, most having to do with completing chapters in less than 30 minutes and its easy to do but obviously makes the game super short. It took me 4 hours to complete this game including the bonus chapter... The best part of this game like most boom zap games were the abundance of puzzles. That being said, I wish they were a little more challenging but I still looked forward to stumbling upon them. I like boom zap's hidden object scenes too because they are actually hidden within compartments and needing other items to find the listed items. It actually makes them feel like more mini puzzles! The bonus chapter kind of wrapped up why the murderer did what they did but it wasn't necessary and was short and a bit boring overall. The hidden object scenes/puzzles saved this game but I think the standard edition is the better choice as the extras this game offers are just not enough to warrant buying even on sale. Some games are just better without all the fluff.
Date published: 2015-04-18
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