Hotel Dusk: Any Good or Not?

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  1. doubledragonxx

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    Has anyone read or played Hotel Dusk?

    If so any good?
     
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    im playing this at the mo. just started 2nd chapter... dont know how many there are!
    Paid 24.99 at tesco. Unusual for me. Normally wait till thyre in the bargain bin.
    Im enjoying it. Well presented. Can be a bit tedious though. clicking 'next' etc to further the conversations.
    Its the old scholl point and click adventure best way i can describe it. It does have a bit of 3d i.e travelling through the rooms/ corridors of the hotel.
    Its only early days for me. Im enjoying it, in an old-school way. Whether i think its worth 24.99... well it probably is, but id wait till its £14.99 if i had a second chance. but then im tight with my game spending , usualy.

    cheers, pixl
     
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    http://www.avforums.com/forums/showthread.php?t=458311&highlight=hotel+dusk

    Phoenix Wright is a lot better.
     
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    While I have no intention of getting Hotel Dusk, I am pleased it's been widely advertised on the television.
     
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    Aye, sadly the 'hardcore' gamers will have already got the game a lot cheaper on import many months ago, so the game is almost certainly going to sell very poorly, Always the way with game with a sparkle of originality (ignoring Brain training and animal crossing).

    Psychonauts
    Fahrenheit
    We love Katamari
    Me and my Katamari
    Ico
    Viewtiful Joe

    The list is endless. Noone can call themselves a gamer until theyve played Katamari IMO :clap: Naaaaaaaaaaaa nananana na na the Katamariiiiii Damacccccccyyyy......

    Anyway. yeah.
     
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    I still need to get We Love Katamari, and Psychonauts, for that matter. And Viewtiful Joe. I've been neglecting the PS2 for some time. The last game I really played was Ico, although I wasn't that impressed with it.
     
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    Ico, like psychonauts tends to get overrated. Katamari is one of the few game that went well beyond my expectations, the PSP version is actullay excellent as well. Got it off Ebay for a tenner.
     

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