Game Vortex writes: "I am no stranger to point-and-click adventure games, as any longtime reader should know by now. Most of them tend to blend together, which unfortunately, is inevitable considering the fact that they all share the same gameplay style and essentially change out the theme. Well, while Nostradamus: The Last Prophecy fits the pattern of "standard point-and-click adventure," I have a feeling it will stand out, but not necessarily in a good way.
At least the graphics look good and really sell the 19th Century France feel. The streets are dirty, the walls are cracking and the characters and environments all simply feel right."