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SEASON OF MYSTERY: The Cherry Blossom Murders

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Your husband Richard lies dead beneath the cherry blossoms of Old Japan, and the police are of no help. Step into history and uncover the truth when no one else will. Find devilishly hidden clues, explore exotic locales, and bring the killer to justice!

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Your husband Richard lies dead beneath the cherry blossoms of Old Japan, and the police are of no help. Step into history and uncover the truth when no one else will. Find devilishly hidden clues, explore exotic locales, and bring the killer to justice!


Key features:

  • The hidden object genre meets historical fiction for the first time

  • Over 1200 cleverly hidden objects

  • Over 20 handpainted backgrounds

  • Stirring, Japanese-themed soundtrack

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Publisher:
Square Enix
Developer:
Eidos Interactive
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Source:
Square Enix
Released:
Wednesday, February 3, 2010
Modes:
Languages:
English, French, German, Spanish
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  • OS: Windows Vista/XP/7
  • Processor: 800 Mhz
  • Memory: 512 MB
  • Graphics: On-Board
  • DirectX®: 8.1
  • Hard Drive: 186 MB
  • Sound: DirectX 8.1 Compatible

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One of the worst hidden object game

Oooooh, boy. Normally I love these hidden object games and am happy to suspend my disbelief for the genre's usual missteps, like cartoonishly large objects that defy the law of gravity, random anachronisms, and lackluster characterization. But the story here is dull, the puzzles in between are easy but tedious and repetitive, and some of the Japanese characters are so stereotypical. Other issues: a hint meter that's really slow to recharge (which normally wouldn't be an issue for me but some of the artwork is so bad you literally can't distinguish one blob from another blob), a repetitive soundtrack, and the occasional need to click an object in exactly the right spot (which is annoying if you're trying for the achievements involving precision). Basically, this is a really lazily- and poorly-assembled game in almost every way. Not recommended!

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