IGN: Art of Murder: FBI Confidential Review

Art of Murder's only real appeal is that you won't get stuck on puzzles involving ludicrous logic. Everything is pretty straightforward, with small areas to explore, a strictly linear progression, and a limited amount of tools and items to interact with, meaning you should get through the game pretty quickly. On the way you'll have to deal with flimsy characterization, detached voice acting, a game world that feels almost entirely fantastical even though it's supposed to be grounded in reality, and generally very little of interest aside from the occasional hilariously bad line of dialogue. It's a traditional adventure game that mucks up all the traditional reasons for playing.

Presentation - 4.0
Graphics - 5.0
Sound - 4.5
Gameplay - 4.5
Lasting Appeal - 1.0
Overall -

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