Final Cut: Fade to Black Collector's Edition
The Final Cut series is one of the best in the hidden object puzzle adventure genre. If you are not familiar with this series, you should go and check them out starting from the first release, Final Cut: Death on the Silver Screen. This review is about the latest release in this series by Eipix Entertainment.
Being the final game for this series it is a great ending to these behind-the-scenes murder stories.
Final Cut: Fade to Black Collector's Edition puts yet another mystery for you to solve. It is nothing mystical about the shady situation except for human nature prone to all kinds of jelousy, rivalry and evil.
Your friend had been investigating the dealings of two rival studios. Trying to reach the top in their industry they seem to have fallen to the very bottom. And your friend Bernard found himself in the middle of it all which led to him being murdered for knowing too much. He called you for help in this investigation, now, it's just you who can continue this investigation.
Being the final game for this series it is a great ending to these behind-the-scenes murder stories. The graphics are just gorgeous rendering the beauty and darkness of the Hollywood world. The characters look realistic and the music fits the general atmosphere. Music, vidios, and wallpaper become available for you as you unlock them.
The gameplay features a balanced amount of hidden object scenes and puzzles. That are replayable. The bonus of this game is that you get to replay some the HOS and puzzles of the previous instalments.
The hidden object scenes come with the standard kinds of searches (lists, silhouettes, different clues). Most of them are multi-step searches. If you are not a fan of hidden objects at all, you can switch to Match 3 instead.
The game also has a Christmas feel to it as you get to collect some of the Christams-themed items as you go. There a lot of collectibles, achievements, and morphing objects to focus on. The game has four modes (one customixable) and adjustable skips and hints.
It is a wonderful game from the genre and for some Christmas season murder mystery fun.
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