Film Fatale: Lights, Camera, Madness!

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Description

Requirements

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64bit SupportNo
CPU TypeIntel Mac Only
CPU CoresAny
CPU Speed1 GHz
System RAM1 GB
Drive Space332 MB
Video RAMAny
Video CardAny

Reviews & Comments

3.7
From 6 Shoppers
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  1. Strident

    I only played a few minutes of this game, so my review may be unfair, but the strident voice of the heroin really put me on edge. If I sounded and talked that way, I'd get a voice coach or shut up! The snarky, "insane" voice of the villain is also over the top and quite annoying. The cursor is awkward, sluggish, slow to change when moving around a scene. Also, even in the "relaxed" mode, it takes the hint a really loooong time to recharge. I like an edgy, dark game this one is just annoying.

    by DonnáDarko, USA - Jan 26th 2013
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  2. Disappointingly short

    because I was having fun and wanted more!

    It probably will only take you around 3 hours in expert mode. You could ignore the map, which points out where you can accomplish objectives, but it's interactive and very tempting to be transported exactly where you need to be.

    From the villain's voice acting, to the eccentric setting, this is just campy fun. Kudos for the story - up to the end, I did not anticipate the villain's final confrontation.

    Thematically presented but fairly familiar puzzles, static H0G scenes, some clever tasks - no great level of challenge, but no matter. This is just an entertaining activity that will take about as much time as going to a movie. Just that movies aren't made with M. W. Vernon's approach.

    by RRS Artist, USA - Jun 29th 2012
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