The game for murdercrime fans!
I love the cognition games. Realistic puzzles and tasks and interesting dialogs. Its like you are doing a real detectives job. Scary too!
|Mac Requirements||Minimum Supported||My System||Will It Run?|
|Mac OS X||10.6.8||10.10.5|
Your Mac meets the
|CPU Type||Intel Mac Only||Intel Mac|
|CPU Speed||2 GHz||2.7 GHz|
|System RAM||2 MB||8 GB|
|Drive Space||512 MB||798.7 GB|
|Video RAM||Any||1.5 GB|
|Video (intel)||Intel HD Graphics *||Intel Iris Pro|
|* Unsupported Video Cards: Intel GMA 900, Intel GMA 950, Intel GMA X3100|
To me episode 1 was good and promising, then 2 was much better and more involving, where 3 changed the pace with more depth and longer playtime. Coming to the final chapter of this series I had high hopes for a great finale.
The Cain Killer starts out so and so, then it picks up with some new twists to the gameplay again, although finally leaving logic behind for dramatic effects and plot turns. The story and characters stop making sense and you find yourself switching between long dialogues and click-click puzzles.
From what the previous three episodes had built up to, I think more could've been done to make the story come together to an end, so for me this one is 3 stars.
This game was a great payoff for the Erica Reed series. It has everything you'd expect from the previous games. But this new chapter ads new twists to keep the players interested. The plot is very dramatic — overly so for some. But I enjoyed it.