Empress of the Deep 2: Song of Blue Whale
Those who played and enjoyed Empress of the Deep: The Darkest Secret most probably will be happy to know that there is a sequel to that game now. Empress of the Deep 2: Song of Blue Whale is the second game that is full of everything you would expect from it.
There are also some puzzles, but they are the minority.
The story of the second release starts right where the first one ended. Anna, the true empress, was trapped in an undersea tomb, but escaped it. Then she finds herself on an isolated island trying to recover. The biggest problem is that her memory was damaged, but she is soon back to normal again.
The game is mostly for the hidden object levels fans, besause there are just so many of those here. There are also some puzzles, but they are the minority.
The mini-games are pretty simple. So do not expect them to tease your brain too much. But you can definitelly expect that from the hidden object scenes.
Even though it doesn't sound like something really extraordinary in terms of the gameplay, it really is unusually beautiful in its presentation. The graphics draw very airy and unrealistic backgrounds. The game is voiced, which is a very good feature.
Since it is Collector's Edition, you are to get some bonuses, right? And you actually do. One of them is the letters telling you a different look at Anne's story, another one is the strategy guide. Then you can also unlock another game here. This gem-matching game is a lot of fun and also a really big challenge after a while.
Hopefully this short review helps you understand if that is a must-have for you.
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