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Submitted by BIoodmask 1630d ago | review

Pocket Gamer: Nick Chase: A Detective Story Review

It's not totally perfect, though. Whenever you begin a new scene, you're not told the objective. A notepad in the lower-left can be accessed for guidance, but it needs to automatically pop up at the start of a level. On a stylistic point, the black and white cinematics would look better if coloured, largely because the rest of the game is.

Neither fault, however, rains on the parade of Nick Chase and his excellent hidden object adventure. (Mobile) 9/10

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