Publicada: 26 Junho
Having struggled through the original Nancy Drew: Secrets Can Kill and it's frustrating disc-swapping, I was keen to see what the Remastered edition was like. I think the team did a great job at bringing this story into the present level of difficulty and intrigue as the series' newest releases. One of the hit and miss aspects of the original Secrets Can Kill game is the culprit, and I think the remastered edition did this justice by turning it on its head and making it relevant, exciting and, most importantly, logical. It makes sense, which is something the ending in the original game lacked.
My only qualm with this game is that it was very short, shorter than most games in the ND series. It didn't stop me from enjoying it, not at all, but I finished it in one sitting, which is unusual for these types of games. Usually I stumble upon a puzzle I can't solve, get stuck and, like a champ, rage-quit for a while. (But I always come back).
If you want an easier to play, updated version of the Secrets Can Kill game, snatch this bad boy up. If you're new to these games and want to experience Nancy Drew at it's finest, I'd rate this one at about mid-level, just because of its length.
(As an aside, my ultimate ND recommendation is Treasure in the Royal Tower. Brilliant storyline, gameplay and characters.)