Face Noir Review | Geekenstein

"Playing Face Noir, a new to America adventure game for the personal computer, is like looking back in time to the first golden age of adventures. Face Noir refuses to hold your hand through its puzzles, no matter how insanely obscure some combinations of items might seem. It places names and numbers in the environment, but relies on the players to remember these facts or write them down in order to progress. It includes stealth sections in the same haphazard way that early FPS games handled platforming. For some, this will be a familiar and welcome return to the past, but most anyone who didn’t grow up combing items and pixel hunting will find nothing but frustration here." - Alexander Santa Maria of

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