Secret files est de retour ! Le couple de rêve Max et Nina annoncent leur marriage.
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Date de parution: 13 sept 2012
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The bestselling Secret Files franchise celebrates its return!

The dream couple Max and Nina have announced their forthcoming wedding...but at the beginning of Secret Files 3 the event suffers a catastrophe! Max is arrested by Berlin‘s police force. The accusation: Terrorism.

Nina‘s biggest adventure yet awaits her in the franchise‘s third game. Could it be possible that everything is connected to the happenings in Tunguska? Is humankind depending on her? Can she save Max or is fate more important than her happiness? Throughout the story players will experience a cinematic hunt crossing continents, with many riddles waiting to be solved.

The adventure is not limited to the present, there are also all kinds of puzzles to solve set in the past and in the future, and depending on the choices the player makes, alternative endings await them...

Key Features

  • The most successful Adventure brand of recent times
  • Cinematic production with updated game engine
  • Story written by acclaimed TV writers

Configuration requise

    Minimum :
    • Système d'exploitation : Windows® XP/Vista™/Windows 7™/Windows 8™
    • Processeur : Pentium® IV 2 Ghz ou processeur 100 % compatible
    • Mémoire vive : 512 Mo de RAM
    • Affichage : Carte vidéo compatible DirectX® 9 et comportant un minimum de 128 Mo de mémoire vidéo
    • Disque dur : 2 Go HD space
    • Son : Carte son 16 bit compatible DirectX® 9 (optionelle)
    • Supplémentaire : Souris
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6 personne(s) sur 7 (86%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
6.0 heures en tout
Posté le : 14 juillet
Secret Files 3 treads on very thin ice. It's short, it's got an overly complicated plot line and just doesn't have the charm of the first two games. Not to mention the ending involved watching a 5 second long cut scene and finding out what happened after the end of the game with some images and text. Then, for no reason other than to add some 'levity' they tagged on a terrible 'outtake' reel. It fell right through the ice and died a death. At the moment, I'm not looking forward to 4/Sam Peters and I'm starting to think Deep Silver are giving up on point-n-click adventures. I'd think it was a damn shame if this game wasn't so half-hearted.
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7 personne(s) sur 10 (70%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
1.1 heures en tout
Posté le : 21 juillet
The same overly unrealistic puzzles you know from the first two games, except that these now have ones that will punish you if you misstep and have you repeat the same tedious stuff just in order to provide filler material and make the game seem longer than it is.
Unless you're really prepared to suffer just to play another installment of the series just because you've endured fownsides of the first two, do yourself a favor and use your money to buy a different game instead.
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3 personne(s) sur 3 (100%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
5.8 heures en tout
Posté le : 1 juin
Secret Files 3 ou la loi des jeux qui font des suites un petit business... Avec cette phrase vous imaginez bien que cette suite et fin de la trilogie Secret Files m'a déçu. C'est peu dire.

Un jeu très court, bâclé, un scénario pas très prenant, une traduction en français non faite (merci le patch !), un gameplay terni par des petits soucis de sélection de certains objets dans le décor (l'inventaire qui se déplace alors qu'on veut juste sélectionner un objet en bas de l'écran c'est très pénible...) et des musiques/bruitages très moyens et trop doux. Je m'explique plus en détail sur ce dernier point : les Secret Files avaient pour habitude d'établir une ambiance fournie et des sons tout de même la plupart du temps adaptés qui nous inscrivent dans une certaine dynamique, un léger suspense qui fait qu'on se demande toujours la suite de l'histoire. C'est en tout cas ce qui m'a fait aimé le jeu. Pour ce dernier opus je n'ai pas retrouvé ces petits frissons agréables qui différencient le bon jeu d'un jeu passable.

Alors c'est sûr on retrouve la patte artistique de Secret Files, les énigmes (plus nombreuses cette fois), les protagonistes,... On notera aussi une vidéo séquence de fin lamentable avec un sentiment de fait "à l'arrache" (et ce malgré les différentes fins proposées). Les ingrédients sont là mais la sauce ne prend pas pour ce dernier titre. C'est dommage car Secret Files reste tout de même une belle trilogie >> 11/20
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9 personne(s) sur 13 (69%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
5.9 heures en tout
Posté le : 15 janvier
Secret Files 3 is really under the two others. Graphics are not as good and the game is really shorter. But i liked playing it. For the fans of this serie...
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8 personne(s) sur 13 (62%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
5.8 heures en tout
Posté le : 2 novembre 2013
Another less than impressive entry in the Secret Files series. At least they replaced the annoying voice actors, but otherwise the game felt way too run-of-the-mill and rushed. The story doesn't make much sense, skips exposition when it wants to and ends very suddenly. Yes, we finally get at least some kind of answers, but at least I thought those answers were pretty dumb. It's a better game than the suckadelic Part Two, but still a good measure below average.
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1 personne(s) sur 2 (50%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
6.5 heures en tout
Posté le : 5 janvier 2013
This is a bad game. I hate to say this, but this is a bad game and an even worse adventure game.

I still like Nina and Max is alright, but it was a struggle to power on through this game. Most of the situations are totally abstract which the developers use to excuse their needlessly odd solutions to puzzles. The "minigames" all have the option of easy or difficult. Easy is tedious and boring and difficult is the same, but you have to do it longer. Oh and this game is weird.

I sigh, but I suppose if you are a Secret Files fan, like myself, you will buy this game anyway, but if you're looking for a good adventure game and figure this is a recent one from a company with a pedigree, it's a mistake. Take a look at The Next Big Thing or Deponia instead.
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2 personne(s) sur 5 (40%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
7.0 heures en tout
Posté le : 15 août
short with a bunch of cut scenes and talk scenes but still recommending.
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6 personne(s) sur 14 (43%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
5.4 heures en tout
Posté le : 16 décembre 2013
This is easily the weakest of the SF + Lost Hirozon games. Ironically, playing this games demo was what made me buy them in the first place, as I really enjoyed the point and click puzzle solving.

There are many complaints I have about this game as I felt very dissapointed compared to the first two. They really took away the good things about the earlier games and tried to drag out this short and unoriginal story the easiest way possible.

The mini-games in this game are tedious and boring. One of these include trying to steer a vehicle that is barely responsive due to the awkward stop-and-go animation. The vehicle has to navigate an area where a single missclick sends it rushing the wrong way and sometimes it's hard to tell how to make it go the direction you want to. The area you use the vehicle is very dark and not always easy to tell where the vehicle can stand.

The second being a random duel where the enemy is drastically overpowered, forcing you to waste time on repairing your own unit. Nothing you do is anywhere near effective as the enemy. The second problem being that attacking and defending is completely random. There is no pattern you can follow, you just click some buttons, hope for the best, then waste some minutes on repairing and going through Nina's whiny dialogue. And what baring on the plot does this duel have? None! It's never mentioned again and quite frankly, the game could have advanced without it.

The story was a huge mess. What I liked about Nina is that you could relate to her because she's just like anyone else. She doesn't have superpowers. She is not some overdramatic contribution to the plot. All she did in the other games were trying to uncover the truth.
In this game, that changes completely. Nina has too much involvement on the plot making her seem like a supernatural creature. It takes away a lot of her character. A big part of the game doesn't even take place in reality, she ends up in some form of dream-reality state where, for whatever reason, she can dream about the past and find out facts which helps her in the present day. It's just very over the top.

The story is also very short. I ended this game at half the time I spent on the two first games. The game also stalls you at several points in the game. At one point, Nina has to find out where a person goes and the only way she can do so, is using various items to keep up. If she discovers he got lost, she gets teleported back to the very beginning and you have to run all the way back before you can continue. You can't bypass this either, even if you are standing at the very location you want to continue, Nina have to be teleported back to the start after "realizing" she needs to do something else. So you run all the way back there, she completes one step, realizes she has to do something more and gets teleported all the way back again. And you have to do this about five times in a row. Why oh why can't you simply start in the room before? She needs to do nothing in the previous rooms except run through them. So you are just wasting your time by running back there. And if that wasn't frustrating enough, it is very easy to figure out where to go next. So you spend half a minute in the actual room, but you spend almost five minutes runing back to work on your progress.

As for the puzzle solving, I thought that the rooms and clues were too confined. You usually have only 2-3 rooms to work with, as well as only a few items to use. The last part of the game was so easy that I was surprised the game ended so quickly. In the last 5 rooms of the game, I don't recall using more than 2-3 items per room. This is a huge letdown compared to the first game where you were controlling two different characters, using many different items throughout a whole building.

Appearently this game has several different endings. And I ended up with the worst possible outcome. The ending also starts very abruptly. Kind of like watching some generic princess story, where the prince says "I will resque her!" and then the credits roll, with an announcement that the prince decided to go on a new adventure after rescuing the princess. So the question would obviously be, what happened when he resqued her? Why didn't he stay with her or the happily ever after stuff?
Obviously a huge chunk of dialogue and plot development goes missing with such a timeskip. I was left scratching my head as to why things ended the way they did, as that wasn't the implication given just before the credits started rolling. And it literally bummed me out that I had wasted so much time on this plot only do be given a "Whatever" type of ending.

What can I say that is good about the game? Well... the graphics are still nice. Many well done cutscenes and some of the scenarios in the game were fun to solve. I'd actually say that the demo showed the better parts of the game, then it goes downhill after that. The demo had some great puzzle solving and also a lot of tension, which I missed in the game.

This isn't a game I would recommend, unless you find it on sale for very cheap. It's fine to play through once, but I don't look forward to doing it anytime soon. The first game is superior in a lot of ways to this.
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2 personne(s) sur 6 (33%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
8.1 heures en tout
Posté le : 31 janvier
Short in comparison to the first 2 games but the storyline is just as good and some of the puzzles are simple yet head scratchingly difficult. Wasn't keen on the "dream" stages though, keep it realisic devs!
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1 personne(s) sur 5 (20%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
2.1 heures en tout
Posté le : 26 février
Great game if you're into secrets, puzzles and clicking on screen for clues and item combinations. Nice art style, good voice acting, story is somewhat far fetched but more or less decent.
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5 personne(s) sur 19 (26%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
3.4 heures en tout
Posté le : 22 février
the only secret here is why this game got a good score
i ♥♥♥♥ing hated it


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6.7 heures en tout
Posté le : 23 février
The game is quite short and the story isn't as well as the past compared to the two others titles. But the game is still good and fun. Also, we finally have some answers about past characters.
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