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Secret Files: Tunguska (Wii)

Secret Files: Tunguska (Wii)
alaScore 72

5 reviews

Oct, 2017

alaTest has collected and analyzed 5 reviews of Secret Files: Tunguska (Wii). The average rating for this product is 3.3/5, compared to an average rating of 3.8/5 for other Nintendo Wii Games for all reviews. Reviewers really like the price. The story also gets good reviews, whereas there are some less positive opinions about the graphics.

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We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Nintendo Wii Games the Secret Files: Tunguska (Wii) is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 72/100 = Good quality.

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Expert review by: Alex Lucard (diehardgamefan.com)

Review: Secret Files: Tunguska (Nintendo Wii)

 

In my original review, I really enjoyed the story but found the ending to be weak and anticlimactic. After the review, The Adventure Company (publishers of the PC version of SF:T), released a patch containing a new ending that was not only a lot...

Secret Files: Tunguska was one of the best games of 2006, and four years later, its port on the Wii still remains a fun title, especially for its budget price of Secret Files: Tunguska was one of the best games of 2006, and four years later, its port...

Jun, 2010

Expert review by: Dominic Sheard (darkzero.co.uk)

Secret Files: Tunguska (Wii) review

 

Unless you are a PC gamer, you won?t have seen many point and click adventures lately. It seems developers don?t want to give the genre a chance on your shiny ?next-gen? consoles and HDTV screens. So while the consoles stand bare, the PC gets a few...

When it comes down to it, you aren?t going to get that much of a selection of adventure games at this moment in time on the Wii. There's Zack and Wiki, but if you?ve played the hell out of that then there's nothing else. Secret Files: Tunguska is a...

Jun, 2008

Expert review by: Wesley Yin-Poole (videogamer.com)

Secret Files: Tunguska

 

If you can forgive its failings you'll unearth a good Da Vinci Code-style detective story that should keep you going for a weekend at the very least.

Some nice puzzles ; Intriguing story

Awful voice acting and dialogue ; Ropey graphics

The Wii being what it is, many of the complaints we've described won't bother those among the game's target audience - casual gamers. If you can forgive its failings you'll unearth a good Da Vinci Code-style detective story that should keep you going...

May, 2008

Consumer review by: Jondor (swapgame.com)

Secret Files: Tunguska- Wii

 

I very much agree with simonsloth1 on what he has said about this game. Secret Files: Tunguska is a traditional point-and-click adventure game (a genre that has really made its mark on the PC). As I progressed through the game I found some of the...

Consumer review by: simonsloth1 (swapgame.com)

Secret Files: Tunguska- Wii

 

Traditional point and click gaming comes to the Wii. Pick up items, combine/use items to get new item. Dry, rinse, repeat. If that sounds inviting or sends monkey island-esque shivers down your spine then you may be interested. Unfortunately there is...