Dead Reckoning: Broadbeach Cove Collector's Edition
It is always a pleasure to jump into a great complicated murder mystery story, and it is exactly what Dead Reckoning: Broadbeach Cove Collector's Edition is here for. You need to set aside a few hours to fully enjoy this new release into the Dead Reckoning series.
The game's story has this fabulous atmosphere because you visit all these places the celebrity would be assosiated with and interact with different characters from his life.
This time around you are to investigate a murder of a celebrity. Johnny Abilli was known fro his not so virtuous lifestyle. His love of life was expressed in gambling, women, money etc... He may have gone too far with all that because he is found dead now in Florida resort.
The problem with trying to find and understand the murderer is that there are quite a few people who had motives to get rid of this celebrity. It is your job to find your way through this complex web of suspects to the actual murderer.
The game's story has this fabulous atmosphere because you visit all these places the celebrity would be assosiated with and interact with different characters from his life. You can interrogate the suspects and keep your evidence on your Evidence Board.
The graphics and the voice overs are good. The hidden object scenes seems a bit cluttered and blurry at times. Videos, wallpaper, concept art, and soundtracks are part of the usual media extras available for you at the end.
The hidden object scenes have different kinds of search types, some of them are more interactive and multi-step. 14 hiddne object scenes are available for replay later. If you are not a fan of their HOP scenes or HOP scenes in general, you can switch to a bubble shooter.
The mini games offer a great variety of puzzles (18 replayable puzzles) throught the game. And of course there is a lot of inventory picking and using. There are four modes of difficulty including a custom one, 11 achievements, and 40 collectibles.
There is a lot to do in this hidden object puzzle adventure game set somewhere in the 1950s.
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