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Submitted by ZacE 697d ago | review

Red Johnson's Chronicles Review [Capsule Computers]

Zac Elawar from Capsule Computers wrote:

"Red Johnson's Chronicles is an investigative point and click adventure game by Microids, developers of the critically acclaimed Syberia series, as well as Still Life and Jules Verne's Return to Mysterious Island 2. Having made its way to the PSN in 2011, Chronicles has finally been released on the PC. Is this a simple open-shut case for Red? Or will some further investigation be required? Read on to find out." (PC, Red Johnson's Chronicles) 5.5/10

masterabbott  +   697d ago
Looks like a good game, but the score is making me think twice about getting this game.
LinkageAX  +   697d ago
badadadadadadun badada dun dun dun dun da da dunnnnn
futurefrog  +   697d ago
red johnson is cool
Laike  +   697d ago
Nothing kills a game like terrible controls
ZacE  +   696d ago
And it's point and click too...how did they screw it up?!

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