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Submitted by PaPa-Slam 859d ago | review

GameCritics: Resonance Review

GameCritics: The puzzles in adventure games are usually either amusing and clever, or mind-numbingly obtuse. I give Resonance credit for usually requiring logical solutions and for giving enough hints in order to arrive at an answer without a walkthrough. While things never reach the kind of absurdity where I'd be stuck trying to figure out how to make a mustache out of cat hair (Gabriel Knight) or trying to make a sentence where the only vowel is the letter "y" (7th Guest), the same respect isn't given to the plot. (PC, Resonance) 6/10

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