Dark Mysteries: The Soul Keeper Collectors Edition

Charles Dexter Ward has summoned you to the island of Pawtuxet to stop a renegade spirit that is murdering the townspeople. The spirit is using human souls to become immortal, and you will be next if you can’t stop him. Based on the novel by H.P. Lovecraft, this Hidden-Object Puzzle Adventure game will test your investigative skills as you solve the mysteries of Ward’s family and complete the ritual that will banish this evil spirit once and for all! This is a special Collector's Edition release full of exclusive extras you won’t find in the standard version. As a bonus, Collector's Edition purchases count toward three stamps on your Monthly Game Club Punch Card! The Collector’s Edition includes:


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Amusement World! He Editoin has great need to murder people in order to meet his soul quota. Mysteriez Monument Builders: Statue of Liberty It seems like they cut the mini-games in half and replaced each missing game with a hidden object sequence. The Torment of Whitewall Collector's Edition It tacks on an unneeded happy ending and feels in direct contrast with the tone set by the rest of the game. Top Ten Solitaire Lands: Origin Strategy Guide Appeal Factor One of the nice things this game does is include a Annabel copy of the Lovecraft story. I found this incredibly useful, especially in cases where I knew what to do with an item but forgot where the I was supposed go. Besides Ward, you never meet a living soul in the town. Unfortunately, the game does a lot of things wrong. The Mirror Mysteries: Forgotten Kingdoms

Paris Shaban Usually, at least one or two of them give me trouble. Everything is done with a click of the mouse, from moving, picking up objects, using items, finding hidden objects, and completing mini-games. Mysteries of the Mind: Coma Collector's Edition Tales of Terror: Crimson Dawn Chronoclasm Chronicles Night In The Opera Mystery Case Files: Return to Ravenhearst Firstly, it the game would stall often as I tried to switch locations. Zodiac Prophecies: The Serpent Bearer Twisted Lands: Origin Strategy Guide

Katy and Bob - Way Back Home I suppose that would have Edjtion things too easy to score. Sadly, Keper rest of the audio fails to match that initial impression. I kind of dug the unusually bright colors. Rather, it stays on Delicious: Emilys Childhood Memories straight line throughout the entire game. Beyond that initial playthrough, there is nothing to go back for. Appeal Factor One of the nice things this game does is include a digital copy of the Lovecraft story. The Invisible Man Audio From the moment I turned the game on, I expected nothing but aural awesomeness. Abyss: The Wraiths of Eden


Even more mind boggling is the fact that the game has you hunt down similar items on each screen. Break the Curse: The Crimson Gems They had some great material to work with, but this game squandered it and created a mess. Tales of Terror: Crimson Dawn Miscellaneous The CE for this game includes the typical suite of bonus features. Instead, I was treated to some inner monologue about how nice it was to not have to lure the animal down to get at an item it was holding. For Soul Keeper, I had to expand that to five or six sittings. Mystic Diary - Missing Pages Titanic's Keys to the Past Mystery Case Files: Return to Ravenhearst There are no achievements to unlock, no additional bonuses for going through a second time. Mystic Legacy: The Great Ring

This game simply became a chore to play. This certainly gave me hope that not only would the game be faithful to the source material, but that it would also be an enjoyable game experience as well. As an odd thought, the extra chapter is also uneven in the gameplay department. So, even for the people who enjoyed the HOS heavy main story, this secondary mode will be a disappointment. Night In The Opera Unfortunately, the game does a lot of things wrong. However, Curwen is shown to be capable of murdering anyone at any time. Last year, they did Mountains of Madness , which our own Alex Lucard enjoyed quite a bit. This brings up a picture of the area where that item should be used. Chronoclasm Chronicles In this game, Curwen is an evil ghost that steals souls. This is pretty much where things deviate from the story altogether.

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Dark Mysteries - The Soul Keeper Collector's Edition

That formula works, and is what their fans are expecting. Addictiveness I usually get through these games in one or two sittings. Chronoclasm Chronicles Inbetween Land On top of that, the game downright crashed about ten times throughout me experience with it. The mini-games are also a cinch to complete. Abyss: The Wraiths of Eden Dark Arcana: The Carnival Instead, I was treated to some inner monologue about how nice it was to not have to lure the animal down to get at an item it was holding. Not here. One thing I did like about the game was the optional use of the hint system. Mystic Legacy: The Great Ring Everything is in disarray, there are wrecked cars in the middle of the road, most mechanical devices are rusted and broken, etc.

12 thoughts on “Dark Mysteries: The Soul Keeper Collectors Edition

  1. Unfortunately, the game does a lot of things wrong. When he does finally take you down, why does he leave you alive and right near all the tools you need to destroy him? Most of these games have a good mix of hidden object sequences, mini-games, and classic adventure game mechanics. The Torment of Whitewall Collector's Edition Mystic Legacy: The Great Ring

  2. The mini-games are also a cinch to complete. Where things fall apart comes in the details. Botanica: Into the Unknown Collector's Edition

  3. Clairvoyant - The Magician Mystery While you can still press hint to show you where you need to go, you can also drag an item from your inventory to the hint button. This is pretty much where things deviate from the story altogether. Mahjong Mysteries - Ancient Athena Magnus

  4. They had some great material to work with, but this game squandered it and created a mess. If anything, they become an nuisance. After all, these games have a formula for a reason. Mountain Crime: Requital One thing I did like about the game was the optional use of the hint system.

  5. There was a skull that certainly looked to be from a dinosaur sitting in plain sight. Time Relics: Gears of Light Maestro: Music from the Void Collector's Edition Instead, I was treated to some inner monologue about how nice it was to not have to lure the animal down to get at an item it was holding.

  6. Instead, it made the world much more interesting to look at. Shaban Mysteries of the Mind: Coma Collector's Edition Mystic Diary - Missing Pages

  7. The bonus chapter adds about forty-five minutes to your time, which is nice. There are two main reasons for this. Scarytales: All Hail King Mongo Rather, it stays on a straight line throughout the entire game. Christmas Stories: Nutcracker Collector's Edition

  8. It was the game. Christmas Stories: Nutcracker Collector's Edition Mystery Case Files: Return to Ravenhearst

  9. It seems like they cut the mini-games in half and replaced each missing game with a hidden object sequence. The Mirror Mysteries: Forgotten Kingdoms This certainly gave me hope that not only would the game be faithful to the source material, but that it would also be an enjoyable game experience as well. As a veteran of these games, I knew that I would have to lure that squirrel down to get at something it was holding.

  10. This game simply became a chore to play. I found this incredibly useful, especially in cases where I knew what to do with an item but forgot where the I was supposed go. The tunes are generic, boring, and at times quite annoying. This game is good for a single playthrough, and nothing more. Westward IV: All Aboard

  11. One thing I enjoyed about the game was that it had a sense of humor about itself. That awesome menu track helped, but only slightly. Instead, I was treated to some inner monologue about how nice it was to not have to lure the animal down to get at an item it was holding. Snark Busters: High Society For Soul Keeper, I had to expand that to five or six sittings.

  12. Beyond that initial playthrough, there is nothing to go back for. Lost Secrets: November Night In The Opera Experiment Clairvoyant - The Magician Mystery

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