Eipix Entertainment proudly invites you to go behind the scenes for another installment in the Final Cut brand. Your friend, Bernard, contacted you with an urgent cry for help... He's been investigating dirty dealings between two rival movie studios and suspects the film feud may soon turn deadly. But when you arrive to help him, you find that tragedy has already struck – your friend is dead. Follow the clues he left behind to continue his investigation and avenge his death. But stay on your guard – not everyone is who they seem in this Hidden Object Puzzle Adventure game... including you!
Second, the Extras are a real selling point for the CE. Didn't make sense. Art work is crisp and clear, even in darker scenes. From my point of view, Final Cut is quite challenging. Loved it - Fantastic storyline along with stacks off puzzles, stunning graphics and best of all the soundtrack. Example: there is a place where a character tells you "you can't come in here," and then proceeds to watch you while you break into some object right in front of him. Maybe I was blind, but I didn't see anything like Xmas stockings or candy canes, like another review was talking about I don't know! Graphics were beautiful. Like watching a fantastical film noir plot about movie studios with wickedly bad men, murder, conspiracy, a supernatural projector, and thank god, no crying children being abducted-so sick of that plot line. Great sounds throughout too! You can switch to a Match 3 game if you're not into Hidden Object Puzzles. Nice touch! I actually watched all the cut scenes — in a demo…I never do that.
Not as 'creepy' as others so if your into the creepy type this may not be for you. They have even attempted to use this to their advantage with some of the cutscenes with a deliberate film reel effect, but I prefer the crisp virtual reality of computer generated graphics. Like watching a fantastical film noir plot about movie studios with wickedly bad men, murder, conspiracy, a supernatural projector, and thank god, no crying children being abducted-so sick of that plot line. If these things don't bother you, then I think you will really enjoy this game. But for some few, I had to tax my brain. The only negative is that I noticed from the beginning that the visual quality for the cinematics and the rest of the game weren't very high definition, as though they weren't meant to be on my screen. Date published: Dislikes: none. Additional you can switch to match3. However, because of lousy graphics, no customized settings, and limited reading materials, I deducted a star. There are some great reviews of the CE that describe the features better than I ever could, so I will explain the features that made this game a definite 5 star immediate buy for me as a CE. I did take a look at the alternative match-3 game, and decided the HOPS was the more fun one. Nice touch!
Femme d'affaire Final Cut: Fade to Black d'un
I've played all the Final Cut games with the exception of True Escapade which I just did not care for. The mark of a great game, that is! But I was still totally sucked in. Nice touch! The train and club scenes were good too! The teleport map indicates available actions only in the first mode; thereafter, it's non-beneficial. I enjoyed the storyline and felt it flowed very well. You can switch to a Match 3 game if you're not into Hidden Object Puzzles. Funny how most of these Bumps of games you go around picking up items from other peoples places like a klepto. They also go the tools route. Music is suitable and totally separate. It is a bargain because of the extras that you get and because it is beautiful. You have collectibles; they can blend in well into the background. But for some few, I had to tax my Final Cut: Fade to Black.
I played all the way to the end of the demo. Love them! Third, I got totally sucked into the world and ran out the demo without realizing how long I had been playing, even though the story is a little "whaaaat? But I was still totally sucked in. The map was very helpful for seeing locations with available tasks and quickly transporting between locations. No play action until they are done. I actually gasped when I found Bernard dead because I was already drawn into the story. The graphics and animation were well done and the colors were vibrant and not dreary like so many other games. EIPIX games are usually great. The Mini Games were simple, and easy to solve, below is a list with brief descriptions of some of the puzzles you will come across in the demo: 1 Arrange cards so they match the photos shown on an evidence board, using the color coded pins as a reference. To me, this is a much better game than True Escapade. I loved the opening sequence cinematic, it felt very unique and theatrical, which ended up being pretty fitting. I really prefer games with many puzzles and a few of the ones in this game were quite challenging. Just looks good enough to
Graphics were beautiful. They have even attempted to use this to their advantage with some of the cutscenes with a deliberate film reel effect, but I prefer the crisp virtual reality of computer generated graphics. I even read all the cards and listened to all the dialog. BUT you get other stuff. Just looks good enough to Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by kateblue from Definitely buy the CE because of the extras, or at least buy the SE. Bernard got his hands upon the famous projector Bpack has practically ruined the dysfunctional Solitaire Victorian Picnic 2 family, only this one's small and portable and is capable of changes anyone's appearance! You win Youda Farmer 3: Seasons by finding candy canes and Christmas stockings. Overall, a fantastic game! I don't play the game in one sitting, so after a Blaci I'm forgetting who I'm after or who's after me! What a perfect way to ruin your competition, Horizon Studios!
I needed nearly 5 hours for playing through. I actually gasped when I found Bernard dead because I was already drawn into the story. All skippable. EIPIX games are usually great. Additional you can switch to match3. BUT you get other stuff. This game was fantastic! The teleport map indicates available actions only in the first mode; thereafter, it's non-beneficial. Second, the Extras are a real selling point for the CE. You're looking for the necklaces that change your appearance to the face of anyone you photograph. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by pennmom36 from The Series Is Fading This may be a final Final Cut with a mind boggling Who-dun-it mystery as you are landed smack dab in the middle of Detective Bernard's ongoing investigation. I loved the opening sequence cinematic, it felt very unique and theatrical, which ended up being pretty fitting. I enjoyed the storyline and felt it flowed very well.