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The Moment of Silence: Review @ ESCMag

(PC: Adventures) | Posted by Kristophe @ Thursday - March 31, 2005 - 14:53 -
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ESCMag's Erich Becker unveils his own, barely upbeat review for The Moment of Silence - Erich gives The Moment the overall grading of 6 out of 10...

The Moment of Silence succeeds on the level of past adventure games by providing a story to follow and a user-friendly, pick-up-and-play gameplay-mechanic, yet the over-abundance of dialog (good and bad), bad path finding, and some minor graphical issues quell any hopes you might have of this being another break-out hit that keeps the genre chugging along. If the characters in the game had read the title of the project their participating in, and stayed silent a bit more, I might be able to offer a higher score. As it stands now, only the die-hard adventure fan should pick up a copy. Everyone else will find themselves completing that Rubik's cube while the careless banter projects from their speakers, or popping in a copy of The Sleeping Dragon and enjoying its marvels.
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