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Jack the Ripper (2004) (PC)

Jack the Ripper (2004) (PC)
alaScore 71

2 reviews

Jun, 2018

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alaTest has collected and analyzed 2 reviews of Jack the Ripper (2004) (PC). The average rating for this product is 1.9/5, compared to an average rating of 3.8/5 for other PC Games for all reviews. People are impressed by the story, but there are some mixed reviews about the graphics.


We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other PC Games the Jack the Ripper (2004) (PC) is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 71/100 = Good quality.

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Expert review by : Carla Harker (

Jack the Ripper (2004)


An intriguing story of murder and mystery. Can you stop the crimes before it's too late?

Good acting; beautiful music; intriguing story

Very few puzzles; some bad graphics; a few bugs

Mar, 2004

Expert review by : Evan Dickens (

Jack the Ripper (2004)


I have, as my mother would say, an “overactive imagination.” As a result, I have set my mind to multiple creative projects over the past few years, including a text adventure game, a novel, a short story, and two traditional adventures (whether I...

The story attempting to be told is really not a bad one; graphics are fairly nice; some nice moments of atmosphere and suspense (which inevitably are undermined by logic holes)

Complete linearity strips the game of all replay value; extremely uninteractive environment leads to a very cold game; terrible logic gaps in the event triggers and sequences. And the ending is enough to make you renounce gaming forever

Generally a frustrating and unrewarding game, with the ultimate anti-payoff. I can't even sincerely recommend it to even the most ardent Ripper historian.

Feb, 2004