The Fall Trilogy, Chapter 3: Revelation
Average Rating 14 player reviews ( 3.5 out of 5.0 )
An intriguing and challenging adventure game.
In the previous two chapters, you made it through some strange adventures. First, you were a temple explorer, and then you were a secret agent in a cold building. Each time you woke up in a new place on a mission that was unrelated to the previous one. You solved many enigmas that helped you get some of your memory back.
You wake up this time in a Victorian house and a letter from the lady of the house urges you to take care of her husband. Can you face the new challenges, find answers, and come to a revelation?
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I thought the previous two games in the series a bit slow, but this one is frankly tedious and little else. Finding multiple HO in a scene is OK, but not when you're looking for invisible things. Some of the mini-games are OK, but some are definitely on the hard side, particularly if you're not using a mouse. How many people have the foggiest idea of how a watch is made, for example. I only kept going because I wanted to know whether my initial guess, in Part 1, about what was going on, was correct - which it was. But this is most definitely not a fun game, and nothing would induce me to play it through again. See more See less
Adventure gamers will enjoy this one. Its quite short and very easy for this type of game. Although, you can play just this game, it is much better if you start the trilogy from the beginning as there are references from the previous editions through the game play. I usually do not like 3d screens but this one was very easy to navigate. See more See less
I can see why this was an average of 3 and half stars. I didn't like this one very much. Atypical HOG where you figure out one problem just to have another one thrown right at you. It's a sequence of solving problems so you can advance or do a task. I don't care for this kind of HOG at all. I mean someone locks the dr. in the basement. Every time you think you've cleared some obstruction that is preventing him from escaping so he can carry on treating the patient, some new problem prevents him from doing so. The last straw was when he was in the shed in which I figured he could finally escape, but NO they had to draw the dang thing out even more. He tries the door and it's locked! I had, had enough. Graphics were fair, but not great. I didn't even finish the trial because of my aggravation at that point. See more See less
this game is really fun! Though the music was slightly frightning. I thought it was pretty disgusting when you had to take blood and it took too long for me to figure out the millions of locks and puzzles. It had a great storyline. I lloved how when you would click on something and he would get a flashback. He comments and remarks were somewhat annoying to be honest. I am not much of a fan of HO games, but this was one I actually enjoyed! See more See less
I got through this fairly easily. Not having played the previous chapters the story made little sense to me. Not too difficult to figure out. Can't say that I'd pay money for this one so it's a good thing it was All Access. And to the review from StinkHindu...really don't be such a hater. I think your comments were way over the top. Some people prefer a straight forward HO game with lists and linear game play. That doesn't make them brainless or stupid. It's just personal preference. Keep your reviews confined to your opnions of the games and keep the insults to other gamers to yourself. See more See less