Thursday, July 25, 2013

Face Noir (PC game review)

*The product(s) featured in this review were provided free of cost to me by the manufacturer or representing PR agency for the sole purpose of product testing. Opinions expressed are my own and are NOT influenced by monetary compensation.*

Developed by Mad Orange and inspired by the writing of Raymond Chandler, Face Noir is a point-and-click adventure set in New York City, 1934. A disillusioned private detective named Jack Del Nero is charged with the murder of a man who, just before his death, left a little girl in Jack’s protection. As Jack tries to find out who the child is, he learns more about the extremes to which human nature can go than he ever wanted to.

  • New, full English-language localization and voices
  • The original Italian-language support and voices
  • Innovative "Reflection Mode": connect clues and further your investigation
  • 3D interactive puzzles in Dynamic Mode
  • Improved inventory interface, including a 3D option
  • An intriguing and classic noir mystery! 


Well this game sure wasn't as easy as I thought it would be but that is a good thing. You don't want a game to is not challenging and that doesn't take long to finish. 

I do not usually play this genre of games but once in a while I like to play different genre of games.

This game has a interesting story-line and I liked the music in the game. The game itself is good but I didn't like the voice acting. 

If you want to purchase this game. you can purchase is for PC at . You can download the demo to try before you buy.

I give this 3 out of 4. 

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