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Submitted by BeardieMan 923d ago | review

Face Noir - Review (PC) | Critical Indie Gamer

Does Face Noir have enough in its favour to stand as a fine example of adventure gaming? Yes, and no. As a series, there is enough potential for the next release to become another point and click classic, but as the first chapter, Face Noir is not without problems. However, there is a lot to like here, and the weaknesses in graphics and voice acting are countered with excellent storytelling and drizzled with atmosphere. (Face Noir, PC) 7/10

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