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Review: Nancy Drew Secrets Can Kill OG for PC
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There may be slight spoilers

Welcome to the world of Video Games Nancy Drew! So when this game out Her Interactive had been around for awhile and putting out girl centered games, including a game of the Vampire Diaries, that's right, they made a Vampire Diaries game over a DECADE before Vampires became the Hot Ticket Boyfriend wants. I first played this game in the fall of 2004, though I didn't play it again, after that because I guess the way things were when I tried to play Stay Turned for Danger really scared me out of playing the older games again.

Gameplay and story: Based on the Nancy Drew files book of the same name, except in the book it takes place in River Heights, in the game it takes place in Florida where Nancy is visiting her Aunt Eloise, which means, say it with me EVERYONE: BESS AND GEORGE STAY HOME! So while Nancy is visiting her aunt, a murder occurs at the local High School, and her contact is Daryl Gray, the witness to the horrific crime. And we find our suspects have the same motive, the victim blackmailed everyone.

Graphics: for the very first game, the character animation is in 2-D and it feels like they are photoshopped into a live action backdrop or something, we see stuff we don't see in the next several games (unless the remastered version that came out in 2010 included that but I haven't watched gameplay of it in forever) And you have to click on highlighted letters if you want to ask a question

Soundtrack: well it feels like the soundtrack changes every time you enter a building, and the opening music, yeah that is the only time we hear that music, it kind of sounds a little similar to the opening of Destiny's Child Survivor (hard to remember a time when Beyonce WASN'T a solo artist isn't it?)

Addictive: Well like I said I never played it again after I finished it because I had cold feet about putting the original two games in my computer

Depth: Here's another thing this game is best known for, it's the only game in the franchise that has TWO disks rather than a single disk, and I wonder if this game had a budget since Bess and George sounded like they were both voiced by the same woman that voiced Nancy

Difficulty: Once again we have 3 difficulty modes, Junior, Senior and Master detective, we could call our friends for help, but it's kind of pointless in this game.

Overall: As has been a pattern in most games, the culprit is the same as in the book except Nancy doesn't even speak to that person until the end of the game.

So the rating I'm giving this is as shown in the rating, I haven't played the game as much as I had Scarlet Hand so I can't even vouch for myself
There may be slight spoilers

Welcome to the world of Video Games Nancy Drew! So when this game out Her Interactive had been around for awhile and putting out girl centered games, including a game of the Vampire Diaries, that's right, they made a Vampire Diaries game over a DECADE before Vampires became the Hot Ticket Boyfriend wants. I first played this game in the fall of 2004, though I didn't play it again, after that because I guess the way things were when I tried to play Stay Turned for Danger really scared me out of playing the older games again.

Gameplay and story: Based on the Nancy Drew files book of the same name, except in the book it takes place in River Heights, in the game it takes place in Florida where Nancy is visiting her Aunt Eloise, which means, say it with me EVERYONE: BESS AND GEORGE STAY HOME! So while Nancy is visiting her aunt, a murder occurs at the local High School, and her contact is Daryl Gray, the witness to the horrific crime. And we find our suspects have the same motive, the victim blackmailed everyone.

Graphics: for the very first game, the character animation is in 2-D and it feels like they are photoshopped into a live action backdrop or something, we see stuff we don't see in the next several games (unless the remastered version that came out in 2010 included that but I haven't watched gameplay of it in forever) And you have to click on highlighted letters if you want to ask a question

Soundtrack: well it feels like the soundtrack changes every time you enter a building, and the opening music, yeah that is the only time we hear that music, it kind of sounds a little similar to the opening of Destiny's Child Survivor (hard to remember a time when Beyonce WASN'T a solo artist isn't it?)

Addictive: Well like I said I never played it again after I finished it because I had cold feet about putting the original two games in my computer

Depth: Here's another thing this game is best known for, it's the only game in the franchise that has TWO disks rather than a single disk, and I wonder if this game had a budget since Bess and George sounded like they were both voiced by the same woman that voiced Nancy

Difficulty: Once again we have 3 difficulty modes, Junior, Senior and Master detective, we could call our friends for help, but it's kind of pointless in this game.

Overall: As has been a pattern in most games, the culprit is the same as in the book except Nancy doesn't even speak to that person until the end of the game.

So the rating I'm giving this is as shown in the rating, I haven't played the game as much as I had Scarlet Hand so I can't even vouch for myself
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