Undercover: Dual Motives (DS) Reviews
Product Type: Eidos Nintendo DS games
Description:Manufacturer: Eidos / Genre: Adventure / Release Date: 2007 / Age: 12 Years+ / London, 1939. The new game will put ... more
Undercover: Dual Motives (DS) ... players back in the role of physicist-turned-spy Dr. John Russell. This time around, Russell will be investigating a British research facility with the help of a second playable character named Audrey, the secretary of the facility's director.
Newest Review: ... traditional point and click, with the typical long and convoluted storyline, heaps of dialogue, and laterally logical ... more
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by - written on 27/02/09 (Very useful, 64 readings)
I'm impressed and pleased by the semi-revival of the dying point and click adventure game genre on the Nintendo DS. 'Dual Motives' is another addition to the console and I have to say that despite it's flaws, of which there are many, I really enjoyed it. The game takes place during the Second World War, and you are playing as Dr John Russell. Dr Russell is a scientist who is allegedly spying for the Nazis... and your job is to get to the bottom of the mystery and clear his name. Gameplay is traditional point and click, with the typical long and convoluted storyline, heaps of dialogue, and laterally logical puzzles. No, it's nothing groundbreaking - ... Read the complete review
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