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Secret Files: Tunguska (Wii)

Secret Files: Tunguska (Wii)
alaScore 84

44 reviews

Aug, 2014

  • No negative mentions yet

alaTest has collected and analyzed 44 reviews from magazines and websites. Reviewers are impressed by the story. The controls also gets good feedback.

usability, controls, story

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 84/100 = Very good quality.

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(Based on 44 reviews)

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Secret Files: Tunguska Wii Review

 

It seems risky to wait four years between a PC release of a game and the Wii port of it. It seems even riskier to port a hardcore point-and-click adventure game to a console aimed mainly at casual gamers. Publisher Deep Silver apparently likes to live...

Secret Files: Tunguska is a strong PC adventure game that's made a very successful transition to the Wii. It looks great on the big screen, the controls are intuitive and easy to use and its strong female lead should appeal to the many female Wii...

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The Secret Files: Tunguska hands-on preview

 

When GamerNode attended a sit-down showing of upcoming games from SouthPeak Games, one of them was the Nintendo Wii version of point-and-click mystery game The Secret Files: Tanguska. SouthPeak's PR manager, guided me through the opening section of the...

The Secret Files: Tunguska will be released for the Nintendo Wii this June.

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Secret Files: Tunguska

 

Certainly not the secret (file) of success...

Traditional adventure feel ; Feisty female lead ; Links with real historical events

By-the-book point and click ; Obscure puzzle-solving ; Sloppy dialogue

Western point and click adventures aren’t in huge supply on the Wii so we certainly wouldn’t want to put you off this. It's not constant action and excitement, but it is a solid, focused and unashamedly old-fashioned adventure.

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Secret Files: Tunguska

 

There have been quite a few PC adventure games that have found their way onto a console over the years. Some of these have been good efforts such as the GBA Broken Sword games but most just haven't been as enjoyable or as comfortable to play on a...

Secret Files: Tunguska sets the standard for how a point and click adventure should be done on the Wii console. The controls and interface are probably as good as you could hope for and work really well. Other developers who are thinking of, or in the...

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Secret Files: Tunguska Review

 

My Catphone wants Salty Crust

Interesting premise

Salty pizza crusts and cats with tape on them

If you ask me, I'd rather have adventure games with silly puzzles that make me laugh or ones with solutions to problems that actually make some sort of sense. Tunguska finds itself in an uncomfortable middle ground that offers too much frustration with...

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Secret Files: Tunguska ? Review

 

Secret Files: Tunguska is a point and click adventure. If you are a fan of those titles then you should find a lot to enjoy here. If you aren???t a fan of that game style then this probably won???t be the title that converts you. The premise of this...

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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 (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...

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Secret Files: Tunguska (Wii) review

 

It's all kicking off for Nina. Join her on her mysterious journey around the world in search of her Dad

Not an epic by any means, and the puzzles are beyond bizarre at times, but it's good, standard adventuring.

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Secret Files: Tunguska Review for Wii

 

Secret Files: Tunguska for Wii Review - 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.

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