STEP INTO A PURE THRILLER IN WHICH NOTHING IS WHAT IT SEEMS! After returning to the quiet streets of Paris to pursue a life of painting, Gus Macpherson could not escape his true art… The former New York detective finds himself walking the beat once again, when hired by a sensuous woman to investigate the gruesome beheadings of her sister...
Release Date: Nov 1, 2002
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About the Game
STEP INTO A PURE THRILLER IN WHICH NOTHING IS WHAT IT SEEMS!
After returning to the quiet streets of Paris to pursue a life of painting, Gus Macpherson could not escape his true art…
The former New York detective finds himself walking the beat once again, when hired by a sensuous woman to investigate the gruesome beheadings of her sister and brother-in-law. In the dark and mysterious streets of Paris and plagued by his clairvoyant sixth sense, Gus will uncover a conspiracy written in blood, with rituals and artifacts as old as time itself.
- Stunningly beautiful 360° panoramic views
- Rich and intriguing characters
- Detailed, realistic environment
- Multiple game paths integrated into the story
- Original and creative puzzles
- Prequel to Still Life adventure game
- Operating system:Windows® XP / Vista™ / Windows® 7
- Processor:1.0 GHz CPU
- Memory:512 GB
- Hard disk space:1GB
- Video:Video Card with 64MB dedicated memory
- Sound:Sound card with DirectX 9.0c support
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9.3 hrs on record
I'm gonna go with an anti-recommendation. This is a Microïds adventure game (that should tell you many things) in a pre-rendered first-person, weird panoramic perspective and some human characters superimposed in realtime polygons. They look hilariously awful. What struck me was that for the puzzles, there're sometimes multiple solutions, which seem sometimes to get randomized. That's pretty great, but as with Microïds often, some of the puzzles are pretty much trial and error based and there is one of those police mug shot drawing puzzles where you are given clues and have to get the face absolutely right to proceed. Ugh. Also, the dialogue trees and the protagonist's important diary-keeping journal both glitched badly on my playthrough. It's a bit of a mess, really. It's cool that this game's the prequel to Still Life, though, considering how much more conventional SL is.
0 of 7 people (0%) found this review helpful
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0.5 hrs on record
This game is soooooooooo slow, literally I fall asleep playing it, often I cant review games and dont when that happens since its sort of unfair. but this game is just well boring, does it get exciting? I dont know since I always fall asleep playing it, three times that happened. Thats what happens playing games from a couch, but yea this game is good for people with sleep disorders or who cant sleep, since this game will put people to sleep.
Rating: zzzz...ero/10 Value $0.00
Rating: zzzz...ero/10 Value $0.00