Secret Files: Tunguska (Wii) Reviews
Product Type: Deep Silver Wii games
Newest Review: ... Secret files Tunguska and ordered it straight away, I was definately not disappointed and at times found myself practically ... more
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Customer Secret Files: Tunguska (Wii) Reviews (4)
by - written on 13/03/09 (Very useful, 110 readings)
For years I thought the 'Point and Click' (P&C) genre had died, at least on consoles. No longer would I play with the likes of Guybrush Threepwood and try to battle pirates with my wit. Gone are the days of trying to combine dubious items to solve complex problems for a psychopathic rabbit called Max. As a genre P&C suffered because it was old fashioned and slow, you had to think for yourself and the graphics were not flashy enough. However, a hardcore group still exists who love the genre and all its flaws, if they only had consoles were could they get their fix? At last, a reason to actually own a Wii! Gameplay When sales began ... Read the complete review
by - written on 23/09/08 (Very useful, 123 readings)
Secret Files: Tunguska is a "point & click" adventure game for the Nintendo Wii (but it also available on the Nintendo DS and on PC). I was really happy to find this game as the "point & click" concept works really well with the Wii and it's controller, the Wii Remote. "Point & click" graphic adventures on the PC were a follow-on from the text adventures (such as Zork) in the days of the Commodore 64 and now Nintendo have provided them with a brand new platform with the Wii. If fast and furious games are your thing, then this game probably won't be for you, but if you prefer your games at a more casual pace ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/05/09 (Useful, 13 readings)
After completing and loving playstation titles such as Broken Sword and dicworld I have searched for point and click adventure games which compared and never found anything, however after buying a wii for my children at Christmas I heard about Secret files Tunguska and ordered it straight away, I was definately not disappointed and at times found myself practically fighting with the kids to have a turn on the wii. Having only ever liked these type of games on the PS/PS2 and never being able to get used to them on the PC for example I was worried I would not get into it due to the different type of controller however after only a few minutes that was not a problem. I ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/02/09 (Useful, 20 readings)
I am a huge fan of point and click puzzle/adventure games with broken sword being my all time favourite. I stumbled across this in gamestation one day ad decided to buy it with a gift voucher i had recieved. I was hoping for a good point and click for the wii as i was none too impressed with the CSI game that had bee recomended to me. I was certainly not dissapointed, The story to the game is very involving, you really want to find out what happened. The use of items to advance in the game is a little unbelieveable some of the time but more often than not it made logical sence. The puzzles were not too comlex and not too easy so it was good for my brai. Graphically it ... Read the complete review
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