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The Moment of Silence: Reviews @ GameSpy & Actiontrip

(PC: Adventures) | Posted by Kristophe @ Saturday - March 19, 2005 - 15:43 -
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Two of the newest reviews for the House of Tales/Adventure Company/Digital Jester's epic adventure, The Moment of Silence, can be found over at GameSpy (where reviewer Carla Harker gives it a 3 out of 5 star overall rating), and at Actiontrip (where reviewer Branka "Nikerym" Todorovic gives it an overall score of 78%)...

And yet, what The Moment of Silence does have is a very strong, engaging story set in an interesting world. It's what will keep you playing despite the problems, and what could have made this one of the better adventure games of the year ... if not for those issues. The Moment of Silence provides a good twenty hours of strong story that will keep your attention all the way to the end. If you don't mind a dialogue-laden adventure title with few puzzles, there's still the chance you'll find it a solid addition to your library.

And again...

Bearing in mind all this, I can definitely recommend this game to all patient adventure players who wish to take part in an engaging story, talk to some intriguing characters and use their intelligence for solving different puzzles. If you are by no means patient or believe the 'great alien conspiracy' is plain bullshit, you should probably stick to whatever you're sticking to and ignore the fact that aliens are here. Oh, yes, they are among us, man, and they watch our every step. They monitor our lives and find a way to get into our dreams. And the government is trying to hide the truth from us, man. Do you happen to have a smoke on you? Have I asked you that before? I have? Oh. Sorry. (The Goverment has decreed smoking is bad for you. Smoke a cigerette and we'll kill you. It's for your own good. -Ed)

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