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Righteous Kill 2 Revenge of the Poet Killer

 

 

SCORE: 62

Righteous Kill 2 Revenge of the Poet Killer 

 

When the first Righteous Kill game came in I was burned out on the hidden object genre. So I did not play it. I did see a bit of it as my hubby played and reviewed it. I feel better now, so I played through Righteous Kill 2 Revenge of the Poet Killer on the iPad.

On paper Righteous Kill 2 Revenge of the Poet Killer should be my kind of game. It is a detective story, and I enjoy those kinds of television shows. Hidden object games usually appeal more towards the female side of the family. Yet what is on paper and what happens can be two different stories.

The first thing that pops out about Righteous Kill 2 Revenge of the Poet Killer is I had to keep going back to the same areas. Many times these were crime scenes, and the character would comment on how did we miss things like a bloody knife. Or you go there later and the bloody knife is still there.

Righteous Kill 2 Revenge of the Poet Killer tries to be as real as possible, but it misses the mark on things like that. Righteous Kill 2 Revenge of the Poet Killer looks really nice. It has a good glean and shine to the graphics. This also goes for the blood, and dead bodies. Which could give children nightmares.

Righteous Kill 2 Revenge of the Poet Killer has realistic sounds that happen while I played the game. These usually annoyed and distracted me. Every time I found one of the hidden objects a camera went off. Near the end of the game I was thoroughly annoyed with that camera sound. So much so that I silenced my iPad.

The storyline in Righteous Kill 2 Revenge of the Poet Killer is interesting, and throws in a few swerves. The ending was on the anti-climactic side for me. Without spoiling anything I will admit the ending let me down big time. It was a fun story up until that point.

Righteous Kill 2 Revenge of the Poet Killer took me longer than most of the G5 Entertainment hidden object games. Which is a good thing in some ways, and a bad in others. There are a limited amount of screens so it was bad for the repetitive nature. It was good for length of play.
- Yolanda

 

Graphics: 60%
Sound: 60%
Replay/Extras: 69%
Gameplay: 60%
Family Friendly Factor: 63%

System: iPad
Publisher: G5 Entertainment
R
ating: Rating: ‘12+’ - 12+
{Infrequent/Mild Realistic Violence, Infrequent/Mild Cartoon or Fantasy Violence, Infrequent/Mild Alcohol, Tobacco, or Drug Use or References}
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