Eipix Entertainment brings you the Vermillion Watch’s latest gripping case! The Sorbonne is opening their “Magic of the World” exhibit. But your excitement is overshadowed when a dangerous thief steals a powerful mystical artifact! As people in Paris start falling prey to an unseen dark influence, it’s up to you to find its source and save the city! Can you do it in time, or will you be the criminal’s next target? Find out in this exhilarating Hidden-Object Puzzle adventure!It was clear who the master criminal was. The details, the colors, the intricacy — everything is simply glowing. Since I enjoy the HOS in games far more than I do the mini games it is important for me that the items are at least distinguishable where I would at least have some hope of spotting them. Graphics that are detailed make you feel a connection like it's real while in the moment. The hidden objects were bright, looked like the item for a change and were big enough to distinguish what they were. I'm just adding my kudos to Eipix for this incredible game, the entire team; if you watch the credits, you see what it takes to build a game. I haven't played a game with this caliber of graphic in a long time. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Osimi from Order It Excellent game for challenge, graphics, story line and puzzles. I used the sound for the first time in years just because I didn't want to read the dialog for a change. I also don't play one credit games, because they don't seem challenging enough. I played for about 40 minutes, probably almost to the end of the demo. Mind you, it helps if you choose what path you follow based on the Guide CE edition just makes it easier if you need help. In all that time, I never had one clue about what was going on or what to do next. Overall, an excellent entry in a top-notch series.
I haven't played a game with this caliber of graphic in a long time. The issues were not enough to lower the rating. I did have to use the hint more as I got loss couple of times by not figuring out what to do in some places. The rest were full screen and clear. This is a good game and I highly recommend you play the demo. I'll wait I don't know how you will top this! The bonus chapter was sort though but one does get a chance to look for the collectables after the game is finish. The Victorian-era Paris as portrayed in this game is magnificent. What is also refreshing is the fact that you don't get a so called useful item for later, but at that time seems silly.. Completed Game approximately 7. Go take a look at some screenshots Bonus Game: A nice treat and a rather sweet game involving a really excellent secondary character, the fortune teller Madame Anne, and a gargoyle whose dilemma is of our own doing. But don't go by me.
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I thought I had missed something in the beginning of the story, and probably did, but I was lost from the start. Parisian Pursuit is what Vermillion Watch is all about and the game was an instant purchase for me. Date published: Vermillion Watch Parisian Pursuit is one of the best games you have produced in recent years. I love this series! I could actually figure out what needed to be done when solving the mini games this time around. Graphics are beautiful. Parisian Pursuit is reminiscent of the quality games that at one time came from BFG. Now for the downside. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by saleka from What a game. I Planet Horse have to use the hint more as I got loss couple of times by not figuring out what to do in some places. I played for about 40 minutes, probably almost to the end of the demo. Not only are the items easier on the eyes, the scenes themselves are very well-designed and far more creative. As Shamanville: Earth Heart the graphics were super.
Go take a look at some screenshots Long game so far too. Not impossible, just not as pleasing as a better defined scene would be. But don't go by me. Date published: I found this game very challenging. My only complaint would be some of the hidden object items were hard to see as well as some of the items in the cemetery. The play moved along smoothly. However, as usual, it also comes with a plethora of extras; a strategy guide, wallpapers, concept art, soundtracks, videos, replayable hidden object scenes, replayable puzzles, achievements, collectibles, morphing objects, a souvenir room. If you read my reviews, you probably are aware that I am not a huge fan of all the mini games that are now popping up in HOPA games. Rated 5 out of 5 by curly from Best Game In Ages! Bravo Vermillion Watch!! It was clear who the master criminal was. This is such a nice game, I could easily pull out some more superlatives but I will not. Every time I thought this game was about to end, I was pleasantly surprised and had lots more to do.
The details, the colors, the intricacy — everything is simply glowing. Always annoys me. We have a gadget, a pair of spirit-revealing glasses that don't really add Pursyit to the game other than some interesting graphics when they're used. I loved the hidden object scenes. Go take a look at some screenshots
As always, try the demo. My only complaint, it that some scenes were too dark and made it difficult to locate objects. Also, I was super annoyed by the weird eye movements the characters made, and at one point her head glitched and you could briefly see a head profile that had been pasted onto the dress, it creeped me out. For me, the HOS in Parisian Pursuit are more akin to those in their earlier games, which made them perfect. Effects, of course, went along with the action in the scene. Well I can't even remember. The hidden object scenes are delightfully creative and the mini-games are super fun and come with clear and concise instructions. I like the other ones but this one is a little different. But all in all this game was more focused than previous games in the series. Story makes sense. Best of all, the puzzles are original and fun - right amount of challenge. Just try to see if you like it as much as I do! This is such a nice game, I could easily pull out some more superlatives but I will not. Really good!