I reviewed the second sequel to this game a few days ago, and it was slightly more improved than the original. While the gameplay was similar to most hidden object mysteries, there was much lacking in this. If a player new to HOMs came upon this game, they would have no idea what they were getting into as this game had no instructions at all. It seems the marketing team at Match Gems games assumed the people that played their game were veterans at the HOM games. The graphics were dismal, and in some places, very monochromatic, which made finding objects more challenging, which was about the only good thing they did with this game. Finding some objects was very difficult, but doing the run around to find out why Dominic was having to see a shrink about his visions was getting tedious. Read more...(300 words, 31 images, estimated 1:12 mins reading time)
This film had rave reviews by the critics but it just stinks. We get an hour and 45 minutes of almost black and white with just a dash of color. Pick a format and don’t tease us with almost might be color, either give us color or don’t. I know that the producers and directors wanted to have that gritty grungy art deco nouveau steampunk look but all they did was ruin what could have been a great film.
Most times when watching this film you are going to ask why you are watching it. If your staying with it just to see what happens next just watch the last 10 minutes of the film and not bother with the rest. If your thinking that you would be missing the story, you wont be. Mad man with tech is threatening the world, now watch the last few minutes to see how a pretty boy pilot saves the doomed world from itself. Really that is all there is to it. Read more...(296 words, 35 images, estimated 1:11 mins reading time)