Mystery Crusaders: Resurgence of the Templars
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The Blue Veil, a priceless ancient relic, has been missing for centuries, but your partner Jason has just found a lead on it. That is, until a criminal organization shoots him down! Now it's up to you to finish the case and track down the ancient treasure of the Templars. But be careful, the Shadows organization is right behind you, waiting for you to make a mistake. Who can you trust? You'll need all your wits to decipher the clues and assemble the Sapphire Codex. The race is on for the legendary treasure in this thrilling hidden-object puzzle adventure game!

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  • OS: Windows XP/Windows Vista/Windows 7/Windows 8/Windows 10
  • CPU: 1.8 GHz
  • RAM: 1024 MB
  • DirectX: 9.0
  • Hard Drive: 584 MB

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Mystery Crusaders: Resurgence of the Templars is rated 3.6 out of 5 by 14.
Rated 3 out of 5 by from It's a Mystery Alright This is posted after playing the entire game. I so wanted to like this game, but it fell short in so many ways, I was pretty disappointed. To say it was fun is an over statement. I have played several games with the Templars as the theme, and none have been that great. I just don't understand why. The graphics were okay. Nothing special to write home about, but acceptable. Voice overs were well done. However, some scenes had lip movement, some didn't. Not continuity in this area at all. The music went along with the action. There was some things that must have been lost in interpretation, because there were times what was being said had nothing to do with the scene. There were an over abundance of mini games. Not my highlight in any game, but I simply could not figure out what to do with some of the games at all. I was so glad I used the custom and set the skip as fast as I could. Hidden objects were well done. Some were pretty challenging, expecially when what you were looking for was something different. For example, when is a bowling ball not a bowling ball? When it's a bowling pin you needed to select. There is an interactive map that is extremely helpful. I would have been lost without it. The hidden objects were lists with some interactive parts. No complaints about the HOS. I won't go into the story, because Big Fish does a good job setting it up. There is a continuity problem with it, but not enough to complain about. The only really bad part is the ending leaves open a sequel or two. I just hope the upcoming ones are better done than this one. I bought this with a free game, so I can't complain too much, but I don't recommend paying full price for it. This game is not the ususal standard of these developers or Big Fish. I'm really surprised it was offered.
Date published: 2015-11-02
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Good Story Trashed By Logic Troubles Standing in the rain, in the street, hatless, you watch as brother? boyfriend? partner? Jason is gunned down in front of you. (Not my cup of tea as an intro, but at least the bad guy's car didn't crash first.) Jason asks you to complete his investigation as he's loaded into an ambulance. The infamous Shadows are apparently the attackers as you learn from the file Jason handed you. Luckily, as a super-secret organization, they all have rather large tattoos on their necks and cannot shoot well even when only feet from their targets. You set out to keep Jason’s appointment for that very evening at a local hotel. Before even entering your room, you witness a man's abduction. The hotel manager snarls at your report and orders you to go back to your room. And off we go on this little adventure. Good Stuff: Mildly interactive HOPs with a Mahjong alternative, LOTS of mini-games and puzzles, and a fairly decent story idea. The VOs and artwork were nice. Bad Stuff: The music is repetitive, some puzzles/mini-games had inadequate instructions, and any game logic left the building before the game started. (Example: The man you saw abducted, Alfred, calls the communicator you took out of a locked box, in a hiding place in the floor of his hotel room, to report his kidnapping. It makes you wonder who he thought would answer? And how many hotel rooms have secret stashes in the floor under the bed?) I was hoping that the game would be less irritating in SE. I was wrong. I can only recommend that you try this for yourself before purchasing. At least you’ll know what you’re getting into.
Date published: 2015-10-19
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Based on playing the complete SE version. My thoughts about this game are based on the SE version so I have to give a heads up on the end of this version. One that reflects why I rated 'this' version so low. It does NOT end the same in the CE version. Had I known this I would have bought the CE because... 'you can only finish the whole game'... in the CE's Bonus Chapter. As for the game itself. There were some interesting facts about the Knights Templars. That is a major consideration for me in a game that deals with real world events. Although a search found no reference to the principle subject of 'this' game. So, if it really existed, is not known. The game had excellent graphics, sound, and gameplay. I enjoyed this game a lot. I was really looking for and expecting a better than average ending from this games DEVS. Sadly, not the case. Although the game had a lot of good graphics and gameplay, the ending in the SE was a real disappointment. More than most. I don't understand why it seems that compared to console and other PC games, DEVS tend to fall way short on the endings of the BF games; and this one, at least in this version, was a real bust. At the end of the SE your requested to meet one of the other characters in three months to get all the answers you searched so hard to find. That gives the impression there will be a sequel to this game, but, not so. I went to look for that and discovered there wasn't one. Your only able to complete your mission in the bonus chapter of the CE version. So, your left hanging with no chance of completing the full game unless you go get the CE. VERY disapointing, to say the least, because this SE is worthless to me. No replay value at all and truly the worst ending I've 'ever' encountered. If the SE ends like that I think it should be a 'must' in the DEVS initial description of a game to include that tidbit. I'm really ticked off that I didn't know that before I bought it. I shouldn't need both versions of a game to get the full ending. From now on I'll have to pay better attention to the ratings on both versions of a game. But, even then, I had to piece together all the ratings from both versions to find that out. So, if you like the demo and plan on buying this game, you might want to consider passing on the SE and getting the CE. I certainly would, though I have no knowledge of how the game actually ends.
Date published: 2015-11-21
Rated 2 out of 5 by from worst game ever Puzzles with inadequate instructions abound in this game. Mediocre graphics. Music repetitive Cheap, cheap, cheap. This game is not worth $2 much less $10. instead of being able to navigate from place to place by mouse clicks, you are constantly moving in a car from one place to the other. Awful.
Date published: 2015-10-20
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