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Yolanda needed a little break from the hidden object genre, so I decided to check out Righteous Kill. Which can be good or bad based upon your perspective. I notice things about games that no one else does. Again that can be a good thing or a bad thing - depending upon your point of view.

Righteous Kill is like a police drama show. The bad guy is a vigilante. The police and court system failed him, so he took the law into his own hands and got justice. Which in Righteous Kill makes him the bad guy. Personally I would not be so quick to judge the man, especially after his loss.

When you study history, especially The United States of America you notice something interesting. In the past people did most things for themselves. Justice was one of those. Looking at aspects of our current culture I wonder how many could learn to live off the land. In some families it might be cooking for themselves. I sometimes wonder what would happen if all the restaurants and stores ran out of food. How would many in this current culture would survive?

Enough of my thoughts, back to Righteous Kill. Expect some graphic images in Righteous Kill since we are dealing with murder. There is also some bad language which I was not expecting. I guess it goes back to the degeneration of the culture. The voices do a nice job of relaying their lines.

Please bear in mind I am not a hidden objects fanboy. I get tired of going to the same screens over and over again finding items. Righteous Kill has a nice punishment system for those who just tap all around. It takes away half of our hint bar and makes us wait a few seconds before letting us tap again.
- Paul


Graphics: 68%
Sound: 65%
Replay/Extras: 67%
Gameplay: 68%
Family Friendly Factor: 65%
System: iPad
Publisher: G5 Entertainment
Rating: ‘9+’ - 9+
{Infrequent/Mild Realistic Violence}

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