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Secret Files: Tunguska (DS)

Secret Files: Tunguska (DS)
alaScore 81

20 reviews

Dec, 2014

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alaTest has collected and analyzed 20 reviews of Secret Files: Tunguska (DS). The average rating for this product is 3.7/5, compared to an average rating of 3.8/5 for other Nintendo DS Games for all reviews. People are impressed by the story. The graphics also gets good comments.

graphics, story

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Nintendo DS Games the Secret Files: Tunguska (DS) is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 81/100 = Very good quality.

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The Secret Files: Tunguska Updated Impressions

 

Looking to solve a century-old mystery? Better have a cat and some duct tape handy.

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Secret Files: Tunguska

 

Something really incredible happened in Russia a hundred years ago; incredibly destructive and cataclysmic. What's even more incredible is that no one has been able to ascertain the exact cause of the event. Secret Files: Tunguska for the DS attempts...

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Secret Files: Tunguska Wii, DS Review

 

PC point-and-click adventures have been previously ported over to consoles, though they were never really suited to the controllers and were clunky in comparison to the keyboard and mouse control scheme of the PC. That was, of course, until the age of...

A more experienced adventurer may be less tolerable to the flaws than this rookie point and clicker. But as far as consoles go, Secret Files: Tunguska is a fine addition to the genre and one that the more cerebral minded gamer is likely to enjoy.

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Secret Files: Tunguska

 

Permit us to let you in on a secret

Of course, not many of us have secrets on the scale of Tunguska, the titular region of Siberia that sustained a devastating meteor strike a century ago. According to Deep Silver, what history shows to have been a 15-megaton natural disaster may have...

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Secret Files: Tunguska (DS) review

 

When did you last see your father?

Engaging storyline. Lovely environments. Illogical puzzles.

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Not easy

 

It was a good game that really made you think but without the Walkthrough I woulda given up long ago!!

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Secret Files: Tunguska

 

I really enjoyed this game on ds....................... It Was a little confusing at the start to know what to do but once you pick up the idea of the game and what to do it becomes clearer............................ but not neccesarily easier as the...

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one word - HARD!!!!

 

i could not do this game at all until i got the complete walkthrough and then i loved it but some of the things i had to do with the walkthrough i would never in a million years know to do on my own accord its an unrealistic game for someone to know...

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