Live Novels: Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice
And one more time you get to live out, or rather play out, one of the most famous novels writen in human history. If you are interested in hearign and being part of this intriguing story once more, try Live Novels: Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice.
The game offers only one mode, so there isn't much to change.
I don't think there is really a need to go over the story Charles Bingly and his friend, Mr. Darcy, and Mrs. Bennet with her daughters. I'm sure there is maybe not a generation, but at least a group of people who never read the book, but know the story because they've played the games with the story.
The game's audio-visual presentation is not a disaster but not a masterpiece either. The game begins with hand drawn art work. It is sad that there is no voice over. But I'm sure most of us are able to read the dialogues with due intonation because we know all the characters so well.
The cutscenes are visually poor for the hidden object levels. It is very challenging to find the items sometimes. But the hint system refills fast, so you can use it abundantly.
There is a journal with a list of tasks for you to do here. All in all the game is very tedious. It's not like it is very challenging, it just becomes a bit boring after a while. The game offers only one mode, so there isn't much to change too.
Live Novels: Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice is one of those games where you want to try the free version first.
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