GamesRadar: Belief & Betrayal Review

Unfortunately, this implementation of point-and-click game mechanics sometimes requires an inordinate amount of extra mouse clicks, and some clumsily implemented inventory-combining challenges and an overabundance of expository dialogue slow things to a crawl just as the story starts getting good. These design flaws - along with some pedestrian puzzles and those aforementioned protagonist miscues - ultimately turn Belief & Betrayal into a serviceable but largely forgettable European church tour.

You'll love:
- Compelling story
- Mostly solid voice acting
- Clever twists

You'll hate:
- Perpetually irritating hero
- Too much expository dialogue
- Clumsy interface

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