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    Redrum 2: Time Lies


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    Post by genkicoll Sun Jan 08, 2012 1:17 am

    Redrum 2: Time Lies

    Series links: Redrum 1, Redrum 2: Time Lies

    Available at:
    Big Fish for PC

    Redrum 2: Time Lies Redrum-time-lies_feature

    The twisted and evil Dr. Sigmund Fraud has been released from
    the asylum, and is up to his old tricks. Help Detective Ravenwood track
    him down and end his terrible crimes in Redrum – Time Lies. Dive into
    this Hidden Object Puzzle Adventure game and free the souls of Dr.
    Fraud’s victims from their nightmares. Explore eerie nightmares and put
    an end to Dr. Fraud’s cruel experiments once and for all.

    Warning: Redrum - Time Lies is an intense psychological murder mystery intended for mature audiences.

    • Eerie gameplay
    • Spooky puzzles
    • Capture Dr. Fraud!

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    Post by JustTheFacts Sat Feb 01, 2014 10:15 am

    Definitely For Horror Fans***

    This game really IS creepy and sometimes unsettling - and I felt that way 5 minutes into the demo! The feel of it is too realistic for light entertainment, even though the graphics are over-the-top psycho.

    I did like the very different HO games (find yoga positions, e.g.) and it strikes me as a game with some genuine originality to it.

    I will probably buy it if it's a daily deal, but otherwise it's just a bit too much, and the graphics technical quality is below par.

    Probably appeal most to hardcore horror fans, and retro lovers.

    I don’t recommend this game!

    NB: Consider this a place-holder, I am going to have another look at this.

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