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The Moment of Silence - Review @ GiN

(PC: Adventures) | Posted by Kristophe @ Tuesday - November 22, 2005 - 16:34 -
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GiN's Laura McMasters corresponds her rather complimentary, albeit non-rated critique for "The Moment of Silence"...

The graphics are all static backgrounds through which Peter walks in order to interact with certain items or people. For the most part, the graphics are lovely, if a bit fuzzy in places. Also, the soundtrack is pleasant and unobtrusive. The dialogue and voice acting are usually quite good. You can hear the sorrow in Peterís voice when heís asked about his family, and every new character has their own personality. Some of the conversations go on for way too long and involve a bit of useless chatter, which further drags down the pace of the story.

The intrigue! The aliens! The strangely-familiar-yet-futuristic world! If youíre a fan of mysteries and donít mind a bit of investigative work, you might enjoy The Moment of Silence. The realistic graphics do a wonderful job of pulling you into the game, while well-written dialogue and great voice acting take you the rest of the way. There are some issues here, however. The action is pretty slow, and you have to be ready to make some deductive leaps and solve a few puzzles to keep the story moving. If this is your cup of tea, then you should have a good time.
 
 
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