Grim Facade: Broken Sacrament Review

grim facade: broken sacrament review
Grim Facade: Broken Sacrament Review
* OS: Windows 7 / Vista / XP
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grim facade: broken sacrament review

The heart-pounding music and the creepy ambient sounds also help increase the suspense of the game.

This Collector's Edition has 10 Wallpapers, 10 Concept Art pictures, 9 Avatars, 6 Screensavers, 16 replayable Mini Games, 4 Music Soundtracks, 22 replayable Hidden Object Scenes, a built in Strategy Guide, a Bonus Chapter.

I've been a fan of the Grim Facade: Broken Sacrament series and really enjoyed the games in the series.

We played Grim Facade: Broken Sacrament on the easiest difficulty mode, rarely skipped any puzzles, and completed the game in around four hours.

It's just nice to have a fun and relaxing game to play.

This is one of them.

The Hidden Object Scenes are mostly Interactive List finds, the scenes are beautifully drawn and there are a ton of interactive items.

The puzzles are more challenging, and they are smartly integrated into the storyline.

I love puzzles in HOPA games and even though some puzzles are familiar there are still some surprises in difficulty.

All in all, Grim Facade: Broken Sacrament is a good game.

Not an amazing one.

In terms of entertainment and relaxation, this game delivers just what you need!

There was never a moment of boredom playing the game.

The voice overs seems to be recorded by some really bored actors and the soundtrack doesn't excel either.

Grim Facade: Broken Sacrament is a must-have game for me.

Not only is the game full of things to do, it is also beautiful and just what I have been looking for after all the dreary, colorless games that wrapped up in the past 3 months.

First of all, the landscapes and sceneries in this installment is mesmerizing; filled with exotic locations and interestingly-designed themes.

Colors are quite nice and bright, very true.

The graphics are sharp, the cutscenes are top-notch, and the fancy visual effects are sophisticated.

Graphics: They are absolutely gorgeous.

The animals are totally adorable.

And I just like looking at the scenery.

Not only are there a lot of puzzles but some are different and some are challenging.

Many of the scenes offer Panoramic views, where you can scroll further to the left or right in an attempt to make the player feel like they are actually there.

All in all, I find Grim Facade: Broken Sacrament to be an excellent game and a must-have addition to my gaming library.

They were creative.

Music: Fits the game just right.

This time it doesn't get outright booming.

Graphics are really nice in this game, though, just like the animations.

This game seemed more geared towards the beginner player, as it was on the easy side.

The game flowed quite well and is very easy to follow.

The CE version of the game is rather light on extra content although there are morphing objects and some fairly "in your face" collectibles to find.

I actually don't mind easy puzzles, as long as they are fun.

Thanks for the reviews.

The Hidden Object Scenes are well done, again the devs have done a nice job of keeping the items true to the period of time.

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