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Game Review   2012-06-16

 

Royal Detective: The Lord of Statues

Royal Detective: The Lord of Statues

 

Royal Detective: The Lord of Statues is the game that will make so many gamers happy. It is full of the things you would expect from a great hidden object puzzle adventure game. Yay! For the fans of this genre.

 

 

The story of the game is being recited to you by your little friend, a talking journal names Rupert.

 

Royal Detective: The Lord of Statues

You have an important assignment in Royal Detective: The Lord of Statues. There is something strang going on in an alpine village of Martlet. You have to rescue the villagers from the statures thatcame alive and create havoc in the village.

 

The openning scene and the graphics throughout the game are absolutely beautiful. The drawn images are a bit blurry at times, but quite impressive. The story of the game is being recited to you by your little friend, a talking journal names Rupert.

 

Royal Detective: The Lord of Statues

Other things that he does are breaking things that get in your way and gives you hints depending on the mode you are playing. Another helper that you have is a Rooster that can grab things that are far. 

 

There is a map that you can use. That doesn't sound like something very intriguing, but what is I say that it is interactive? It shows your progress and takes you to places. You will be collecting the miniatures scattered across the game. 

 

The game is so polished in all of its aspects that it is a real pleasure to play it being able to notice all the work put into it.

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Game Review   2012-06-16

 

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Mymy  2012-08-17 03:34:22
I think it is both gender and age that older women can get away with tihngs almost in broad daylight that men or perhaps younger women cannot. It is also the way that they prey on people--not in the typical fashion but more behind the scenes with people who no one really cares about (i.e. the elderly, men, homeless). The media has little frame of reference for these crimes--especially those that involve serial killers. Believe it or not--women make up 17% of serial killers but no one counts them because we do not perceive them as frightening characters like Jack the Ripper. There are some female killers who dress older to look like little old ladies so they can get away with more right under people's noses. Why? Because no one bothers to think they are guilty. Even when female predators are caught--people respond to them with curiousity rather than fear.Chris Key Says: In my opinion, part of the problem is derived from the chivalrous nature of the sex-obsessed men from the 1960's, as they're the demographic who are intent on pampering women on a perpetual basis, and they're responsible for lauding and rewarding the women who commit horrific acts of malice against men.The sex-maniacs from the 1960's were the promiscuous decadents who thought that the implementation of feminism would allow men to gain a perpetual amount of free-sex, so they supported it and allowed the feminazi-socialists to introduce a variety of draconian laws that subjugated men.The sex-maniacs from the 1960's are the insane men who think their daughters are precious little angels, and they let them commit horrific acts with impunity and try to blame it on everyone else. They are intentionally rude and callous to any boy that their daughter brings home, and try to enforce him to pamper their 'little princesses' and expect him to be *grateful*.It is that very attitude that is passed on down from fathers to daughters that causes women to think they're superior little princesses who have the right to commit any type of act that they want and gain impunity in the process. Those type of women tend to develop into the neurotic feminazi's who wish to *magnetically attract* a husband who will pamper them in the manner that they have become accustomed to living due to their father's behaviour, and when such a person does not arrive on their doorsteps, they throw a tantrum, claim 'all men are pigs' and they talk about how they wish to castrate all men.Those type of women are likely to watch the insane feminazi programs such as *Desperate Housewives* and *Oprah* and the feminazi gossip channels in order to hear about the malevolent shrews who marry men for their money and then file for divorce so they can obtain thousands of dollars per month in spousal support. These women literally develop an orgasm at the thought of a woman being able to use the anti-male law system to her advantage.
 

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