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Last Window: The Secret of Cape West- NDS

Last Window: The Secret of Cape West- NDS
alaScore 85

7 reviews

May, 2017

We have collected and analyzed 7 expert reviews from international sources. Experts rate this product 72/100. The average review date is Oct 19, 2010. We have compared these reviews to 73752 reviews from other Nintendo DS Games. The alaScore™ for this product is 85/100 = Very good. Last update: May 26, 2017.

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Expert review by: Astrid Beulink (adventuregamers.com)

Last Window: The Secret of Cape West

 

When Japanese developer Cing announced a sequel to their Nintendo DS adventure Hotel Dusk: Room 215, fans of the popular “interactive novel” rejoiced, but when the studio filed for bankruptcy after finishing the game, it was uncertain if their swan...

Distinctive graphical style; story has many twists; varied puzzles; great atmosphere with interesting characters; ability to read back conversations or entire game in novel form

Not many locations to explore; limited number of character animations; the text can sometimes be verbose

The last game by Cing is one of its finest, as Last Window offers more of the same great interactive storytelling as Hotel Dusk and introduces several new improvements.

Nov, 2010

Expert review by: Alex Yau (wiids.co.uk)

Last Window – The Secret of Cape West [DS] Review

 

It seems that the introduction of games like Phoenix Wright have jumpstarted a certain style of gaming on the DS. Gaming where puzzle solving and storytelling are intertwined like Mario and Mushrooms. Phoenix Wright was pretty successful in its own...

Nov, 2010

Expert review by: Mike Rose (pocketgamer.co.uk)

Last Window: The Secret of Cape West

 

Last call for Kyle Hyde

Not a lot has changed in Kyle Hyde's mysterious world - he's still bumming around a hotel, looking for clues to help him solve his father's murder, which happened twenty-five years ago

Oct, 2010

Expert review by: (videogamer.com)

Last Window: The Secret of Cape West

 

It's sad indeed that we'll see no more of Cing or Kyle Hyde, but as valedictions go, Last Window is a corker.

Oct, 2010