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Your murderous half-sister has escaped, and you've got the last piece of your father's treacherous film projector. The breakout success story returns for an encore as you uncover the truth about your father's dark secrets and find out who’s really behind his death and his deadly invention in Final Cut: Encore.

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  • OS: Windows XP/Windows Vista/Windows 7/Windows 8
  • CPU: 1.8 GHz
  • RAM: 512 MB
  • DirectX: 9.0
  • Hard Drive: 784 MB

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Final Cut: Encore is rated 4.5 out of 5 by 39.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from The Story Continues... I am a fan of continuations and this is a direct follow-up after the "Final Cut: Death on the Silver Screen". The storyline is clever if a bit obvious at the beginning who the antagonist might be. Conspiracy theories abound set amidst a backdrop of 20s architecture and glamorous iconic movies. Dialogue isn't too bad--a little cheesy at times but it suits the atmosphere. The voice acting is rather good. I played the full game on the hardest setting, but like that it can be customised. There are also match-3 options if you don't want to play the HO portions of the game.
Date published: 2015-06-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I knew something was off At the end of the first game (Death on the Silver Screen) your murderous half-sister was taken away and you and your brother destroyed the projector. Now she's escaped so you two are in danger. General Porter, your fathers good friend takes you too the military base to protect you, but everything is not as it seems. Just like the first one the projector plays a big role in allowing you to go between the real world and the movie world. Enjoyed being able to play Match 3 instead of HO scenes, allowed me to take a bit of a mental break for a moment and do something lighter while still continuing the story. Storyline is just as good as the first and the graphics are amazing. Anyone who liked the first one will definitely like this sequel.
Date published: 2015-05-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent!! This follow up to Final Cut, Death on the Silver Screen is just outstanding. It's smooth, sophisticated and tells a very interesting story. It has a lot of puzzles but they are so well done, that puzzle hating me actually enjoyed most of them. The hidden object scenes take a variety of formats and don't get tiresome. I have been trying to think of something less rosy to keep my review balanced, but nothing negative comes to mind. I could say it was too short, but in fact, it wasn't short at all, it was just so enjoyable at every step that it was over too soon. Since this is continuous story, I do recommend playing Death on the Silver Screen first, just to keep things in order in a series you are sure to love. Off to play the sequel!
Date published: 2014-10-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from ANOTHER GOODIE!!! Review based on completed game in casual mode. I always play in easy/casual mode and keep a notebook handy for reviewing the game as I play. Also to record puzzle codes. I know I would never remember the details without my handy book. :-D Animation/Live Actors/VOS - Excellent!! Was it my imagination or did this game switch from live actors to drawn characters from time to time. Characters were beautifully drawn as were the locations and the IHO scenes. IHOS - Clear with the usual fare of small to larger items. Repeated scenes. Random Click Penalty - None Hint - Fast charge. Gives directions and clues. Shows a circle that states "Travel to---". Map - Does transport but the hint was my favorite as always. :-D Journal - Contains story, photos, notes, objectives and audio logs. Inventory - Locks in place. Objects used quickly in other areas. For puzzle lovers, you may be a bit disappointed. There are more IHOS than puzzles and mini-games. Puzzles/Mini-Games - Unusual and fun to solve. Skip is available quickly. Played the previous game of Final Cut and enjoyed this one more but then, I don't remember too much of Death on the Silver Screen. :-D So, fishies, grab the net and haul this one out. Have fun!!!
Date published: 2014-03-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by from If you are still hesitating... ...buy the CE! It has a lot of extras, a very good bonus chapter, a really funny and interesting interwiev with the developer, the map shows you the collectibles, if you are someone, like me, who always forget to look for them... and ... and... and But if you still don't want to buy the CE, buy the SE!!! It's one of the best games, much more better than the first Final Cut. Thank you Eipix and BFG!!! (Based on the finished CE, written by a non-native)
Date published: 2014-02-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Perfect balance and great story-telling If you like movies and how they are made, you are going to love the second in the series of Final Cut. The storyline grips you from the beginning and you go right into the action. There is a decent combination of HO and puzzle games. In EASY mode, you get plenty of hints and you can even skip a puzzle if it is too difficult. The company that creates these games know gaming really well. The images are bright and colorful and the characters are fun to watch. Playing this game was my favorite activity over this last Holiday Season. Five stars!
Date published: 2014-01-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from The First Game i Actually Read the End Credits On. I enjoyed Final Cut a lot so when this came out I picked it up - and wow - this is twice as good. Amazing graphics with the projected images, nice voice overs (not too much talk, but enough), and interesting story. Pros: Graphics -wow. And the Art direction with the art deco style is fantastic. Fun gameplay. You can switch HOS for Match 3 if you start to burn out on HOS. Great Map to go from place to place. Puzzles Easy to Medium. Good story AND an ending that isn't abrupt. Plus it has some "crazy credits" at the end. Fun all the way. Cons: (little dumb things - not major cons). The actress/cuts of the sister make her look like an angry lunatic even when she says stuff like "I'm here to help." The soldiers are a bit wooden. Some stuff you have to carry around a long time.
Date published: 2013-11-16
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent - in the top five of all the over 100 Big Fish Games we've played!! You just can't beat this game on all fronts, even the credits are fun! Great voice overs, great story line, fantasic graphics, and the music is outstanding unlike most games. The HO's were just challenging enough, and the choice for a match three was a nice addition. There is no reason that this game shouldn't have five stars by everyone.
Date published: 2013-08-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Awesome game! One of the best I've played. Loved the first so had to buy the second. Am not disappointed.
Date published: 2013-08-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Cinematically Brilliant & More Fun BASED ON COMPLETED CE GAME You don’t have to have played the first Final Cut game, because all is outlined very well in the intro, but it is much more fun if you know the players. This is another superbly cinematic production set in an extraordinarily accurate art deco environment, and would be impressive even if you hated everything else about it. But you won’t... The story picks up almost a year after the capture of our crazy half-sister, who tried to kill us (and our brother) in the first game. Our insanely inventive father had built a film projector that could control people’s minds, and we chose to destroy it, all bar one piece, to remind us of the danger. Now she’s escaped. Meanwhile, on a nearby army base... I’ll let you find out for yourself from there. As with the first game, the graphic quality of this one cannot be overstated. It is so precise, clear, realistic. Normally, I prefer hand-drawn art in my games, but you cannot ignore the attention to detail in this game. The sound track too, is a tour de force of wonderfully mood - appropriate music and sound effects. It is a HO puzzle adventure, with the balance ideal, to my mind, between the 3 styles of gameplay. The HO scenes are interactive lists, with the option of playing a match 3 game instead. The puzzles are intriguing and very well adapted to the game’s environment. One mini-game, a mah-jong one, is repeated with increasing levels of difficulty, about 4 times. It is a delightful adaptation, with the tiles representing electronic components. It is fun to repeat it. And that’s where this game has it all over the previous one. Impressive as it was, the first Final Cut was tough on the brain cells and very long. This one, whilst also long, and definitely requiring your attention, is more fun to play. The story allows for some really different locations, and scenarios that take us to unexpected places, and the puzzles and mini-games are just the right level of difficulty. This game uses the projector idea to create two versions of certain locations, which we can flip between, our current reality and the altered reality of the mind control projector. It is one of my favourite game devices and is, like everything else here, done extremely well. Other things you might want to know about it, the hint and skip are very quick on the easiest level, the map is an interactive jump map (and excellently designed), and hint is basically unnecessary outside HO scenes. The live actors did a very good job, and the whole thing once again felt more like a movie experience than a game. And that’s what makes these 2 games so special. I had a ball tracking down the collectibles and clocking up achievements in the CE version of this game, but I don’t think their absence seriously affects the overall quality and excitement of this game.
Date published: 2013-08-09
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