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Posted by Triforce on Sat, November 21st, 2009 at 14:57 - 10 Comments
 
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Agatha Christie: The ABC Murders *MULTi5*
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 » Comment on: 4476 - Agatha Christie: The ABC M...ULTi5* (EUR) (128Mbit) (BAHAMUT)
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MyNameIsNobody United States

  Sat, November 21st, 2009 at 15:32
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Poirot is pretty badass, will his game hold up?
 
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AlbeyAmakiir Australia

  Sun, November 22nd, 2009 at 05:45
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Poirot is many things, but "badass" is not the sort of word I would have used. Nevertheless, I would love to find out if this game is any good. The PC game with him was not that great, because you didn't play as him. The designers were like "Poirot is awesome, he can't make mistakes! So you can't play as him. So there."
 
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dfkt Austria

  Sun, November 22nd, 2009 at 17:23
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This is without exaggeration the worst "adventure" game on the DS so far. It's a goddamn math quiz, with nothing but contrived school math questions somewhat tacked onto the lame story.
 
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sakket Chad

  Sun, November 22nd, 2009 at 18:36
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i wouldve imagined it's about a killer who loved the jackson 5
 
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NeoKitai Russia

  Mon, November 23rd, 2009 at 03:26
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I agree. I like Agatha Christie, however this title is another DS fail, which rounds it up to over 4000... so, over 95%.
 
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MyNameIsNobody United States

  Mon, November 23rd, 2009 at 03:56
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Yeah but 5% of ~4500 is pretty good. The PSP's library is about 95% crap, which is terrible considering there it's only about 1000 strong.
 
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dfkt Austria

  Mon, November 23rd, 2009 at 23:01
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Indeed. As far as these kinds of games go we're actually pretty well off on the DS: Layton, Phoenix Wright, Touch Detective, Hotel Dusk, Runaway, Broken Sword, etc. There's nothing like that on the PSP.
 
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MyNameIsNobody United States

  Mon, November 23rd, 2009 at 23:46
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0x029A on Mon, November 23rd, 2009 at 23:01 [¬Ľ]

Indeed. As far as these kinds of games go we're actually pretty well off on the DS: Layton, Phoenix Wright, Touch Detective, Hotel Dusk, Runaway, Broken Sword, etc. There's nothing like that on the PSP.


Well, they have a few, it's just they're Japanese.

Also, ZOMG Antarctica?! Is it cold there or are those just myths they tell to American children?
 
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phoenixclaws United States

  Tue, November 24th, 2009 at 04:41
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This game isn't totally horrible. In fact you can skip 99% of the dialog. Solve a few key puzzles and finish the game very quickly. Rofl. The various problem solving questions are more distractions and broaden the dialog/story. Although I didn't read more than half of it.
 
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