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!
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Interesting games and so much fun to do. Mind you, it helps if you choose what path you follow based on the Guide CE edition just makes it easier if Vermillion Watch: Parisian Pursuit need help. I don't know how you will top this! Overall, an excellent entry in a top-notch series. Parisian Pursuit is what Vermillion Watch is all about and the game was an instant purchase for me. Date published: One of my favorite titles. 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. Vermillion Watch: Parisian Pursuit has a decent length of around four hours and one hour for Mahjong Escape Ancient China equally-amazing bonus chapter. Fortunately the junk we're obliged to feed him in order to gain his cooperation is likely to cause Roads of Rome: New Generation 2 demise, unfortunately not soon enough. That is rare but not unknown to Eipix. Pros: bang for the buck, this may be one of the best games of the Vermillion Watch: Parisian Pursuit. They may be colorful, but there are NO details, no definition of leaves on the trees, no cobblestone pavement, no bricks on the buildings, no rustic wood fences, etc. In all that time, I never had one clue about what was going on or what to do next. It appears to be a long game but you have to stop now and then to admire the beautiful artwork.
With Parisian Pursuit things have changed up and for the better. My review is based upon completed play of the game, and now I am off to play the bonus chapter. As mentioned the graphics were super. Honestly, graphics were way better when HOPA's first came out. That being said, all in all the mini games were well-crafted and although some were familiar and easy to complete, others did require some good ole gray matter to figure out. We have a gadget, a pair of spirit-revealing glasses that don't really add much to the game other than some interesting graphics when they're used. Just try to see if you like it as much as I do! Rated 5 out of 5 by curly from Best Game In Ages! Certain puzzles suffer from misleading or inaccurate instructions. I'll go back and look at the others in this series as well. The bonus chapter was sort though but one does get a chance to look for the collectables after the game is finish. The details, the colors, the intricacy — everything is simply glowing. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Osimi from Order It Excellent game for challenge, graphics, story line and puzzles. I could actually figure out what needed to be done when solving the mini games this time around. The only reason I didn't give this game 5-Stars was that I got a little bored on more than one occasion with a game that was a tad bit too long between actual story progression.
The hub of the game is no longer our old friend Rufus but a French lady named Eleonore who is the Parisian Vermillion Watch - pardon, Garde Rouge - representative. In all that time, I never had one clue about what was going on or what to do next. The audio side is also spot-on. What's not to like? I wore out the hint button. We fell in love with HOPA games because they had such awesome graphics and storylines. I liked that there was a singleness about the story line. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by saleka from What a game. You will pick up the remaining 8 Sun Signs, but only 5 Morphing Objects. Tic-A-Tac Royale 5 out of 5 by curly from Best Game In Ages! Even though the game leans heavily on the mini-games, none of them feels like a waste of time.
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. Graphics that are detailed make you feel a connection like it's real while in the moment. Bravo Vermillion Watch!! Plenty of scenery including a wistful reference to Notre Dame. First, it is a lot of game time for the money, with lots of great locations. Some of the mini games or puzzles in Parisian Pursuit are so integrated into the game that they are not obvious and hardly need instructions. 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. 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. It's impressive, as is this game in all aspects. Good to excellent voice acting with some nearly believable accents. I will play this again in a few weeks and see what I could have missed that could have caused so much disorientation. For a change, the mini games in Parisian Pursuit come with far better instructions than in previous games. Between us we make it right.
VideoVermillion Watch 6 Parisian Pursuit Part 1 Paris Exhibition No Commentary That is rare but not unknown to Eipix. Some might find the story development to be a little slow, especially in the beginning, but the fascinating characters and the engaging storytelling style should be enough to keep the wheels turning. What's not to like? Plot is straightforward but revealed gradually enough not to seem overly simplistic, just outlandish enough to remind us that the whole thing is very much tongue in cheek. Here are a few of the games I found interesting or enjoyable. I loved the hidden object scenes. We play as young Hawkes, plunked once again by our friend Phileas Fogg into a milieu of intrigue and skullduggery with the fate of the world at stake as it usually is. Story makes sense. Not only are the items easier on the eyes, the scenes themselves are very well-designed and far more creative. Regardless of the crazy events that happen in the game, it is fair to say that I want to live in this gorgeous world forever. As always it was fun to see Victorian "Belle Epoque"? Even then, I wasn't sure what I was supposed to do with the water.
The rest were full screen and clear. Always annoys me. In all that time, I never had one clue about what was going on or what to do next. Even then, I wasn't sure what I was supposed to do with the water. The issues were not enough to lower the rating. This is a good game and I highly recommend you play the demo. This is definitely not your standard HOPA, it features all kinds of out-of-the-box tasks that are deeply intertwined with the storyline. I pretty much depended on the map and hint button to figure out what to do and many times, I still couldn't figure out how it fit into the story. Pros: bang for the buck, this may be one of the best games of the year. That happened several times so it was a very long game for me. Parisian Pursuit is reminiscent of the quality games that at one time came from BFG. Best of all, the puzzles are original and fun - right amount of challenge.