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    Nick Chase 1: A Detective Story

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    genkicoll

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    Nick Chase 1: A Detective Story

    Post by genkicoll on Sat Jan 07, 2012 10:28 pm

    Nick Chase: A Detective Story

    Available at:
    Big Fish for PC


    Nick Chase, a hard-boiled Private Investigator, is in need of a job.
    Lucky for him, one arrives from a man known only as The Collector.
    Solve a variety of puzzles and find hidden clues to uncover the mystery
    behind the missing manuscript penned by Leonardo Di Vinci. Explore
    gorgeous hand drawn scenes with a gritty film noir style in this one of
    a kind Adventure game where everyone is a suspect!



    • Beautiful hand-drawn scenes
    • Unique puzzles to solve
    • BF Strategy Guide

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    genkicoll

    Posts : 7435
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    Age : 43
    Location : Pacific Northwest

    Re: Nick Chase 1: A Detective Story

    Post by genkicoll on Sun Jan 08, 2012 11:30 pm

    Nick Chase: A Detective Story (Adventure-lite)

    Options include Music, Sound, Ambient Sound and Full-screen.

    You have a certain number of HINTS, which you can get more of by filling Nick's gun. Find bullets in each scene to get extra hints.

    Mini-games are SKIPPABLE.

    The game is done in classic cartoon mode, very reminiscent of the old Dick Tracey comic strips. In Batman-style, sound effects pop up - BANG! POW! SLAM! haha

    You play Nick Chase, the gritty detective with the character-filled voice. Those who loved the voice in Mystery Legends: Sleepy Hollow are sure to enjoy Nick's deep voice.

    I find this game delightful, it just tickles me. It's not a HOG, it's not an adventure... It's kind of a mixture of the two, with more emphasis on adventure.

    The game is heavily story-driven, and yet it's not. It's hard to explain. There are a lot of comic-book cut-scenes between interactive areas, and they are voiced-over. You can click once to fill in all of the text, click again to skip over the comics.

    There's a sense of humor throughout the game - it doesn't take itself too seriously. It's just something you've got to try to understand. So, what are you waiting for? The demo is free, so go get it! Big smile

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