CheatCC Review: Agatha Christie: And Then There Were None - A Classic Re-worked

CheatCC writes: "The works of the late Agatha Christie are widely regarded as being among the most popular murder mysteries of all time, and it's great to see her expert tales of suspense working their way to new audiences through an interactive medium the author very likely could not have anticipated. Bringing a video game adaptation of Christie's best-selling work And Then There Were None to the Wii would have been a great move had the developers taken time to rebuild the title from the ground up for the platform. Instead, players are treated to a barely-altered port of the same PC title released almost three years ago. The result is a wonderful interactive murder mystery hampered by heavily dated gameplay mechanics and visuals that seem out of place on the Wii."

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