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Da Vinci Code - PlayStation 2

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Platform : PlayStation2
Rated: Teen
3.6 out of 5 stars 18 customer reviews
Metascore: 54 / 100
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  • Guide Robert Langdon and Sophie Neveu on their quest to solve a bizarre murder-mystery and uncover the ultimate treasure
  • Combines a unique blend of adrenaline-pumping stealth, frantic chases and combat, diversely cryptic puzzles, and exciting exploration
  • Expands upon The Da Vinci Code by giving players new experiences and locations not visited in the book or film
  • Explore and discover hidden clues in The Louvre, Westminster Abbey, St. Sulpice and more
  • Solve numerous physical and intellectual puzzles, ultimately leading you to the resting ground of the Holy Grail
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Product Description

The Da Vinci Code is based on Dan Brown's best-selling novel & Ron Howard's film. A strange murder at Paris' famous museum, the Louvre, leads two investigators to a great secret hidden in the paintings of Leonardo Da Vinci. Explore massive conspiracies and shadowy groups -- while solving mysteries and puzzles that go beyond anything you have seen or read. Elude danger and stay one step ahead of enemies that will stop at nothing to protect their secret.

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  • ASIN: B000E9T7K6
  • Product Dimensions: 7.5 x 5.5 x 0.8 inches ; 4.8 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: May 15, 2006
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (18 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #31,893 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
  • Manufacturer’s warranty can be requested from customer service. Click here to make a request to customer service.
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes

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I don't think I've to explain too much about the premise of The Da Vinci Code. It appears that the book is so immensely popular that even my mother, who seldom reads, has read it. Of course, it's only natural that a blockbuster movie adaptation follows, as well as a movie tie-in game. Unfortunately, while the book and movie are interesting entities on their own, the game doesn't quite measure up.

The game is billed as an action adventure game, but really, the action nature is very much mellowed down. The combat, in particular, just isn't very well done. Instead of allowing the player to freely attack an opponent, the game opts for a Struggle System that requires the player to press a series of buttons shown on the screen to perform an attack or defend sequence. This is an idea borrowed from the great adventure game Indigo Prophecy, but somehow, it just doesn't work as well here. Moreover, given the preconceptions that both the lead characters, Robert Langdon and Sophie Neveu, aren't exactly martial arts expert, seeing them perform karate chops on opponents just doesn't feel right.

The adventure feature of the game, however, is pretty well done. Considering that The Da Vinci Code is about solving a murder case, and the uncovering of a great conspiracy of a grand scale, it's only right that the puzzles in this game offers the right amount of challenges. Cryptograms, puzzles and riddles are just some of the things that are thrown at your path liberally. And boy, some of these are truly tough. I like games that provide a good mind challenge, so it's not surprising that I find the puzzle elements in this game highly enjoyable. At times, the puzzles feel too pretentious, almost to the point of giving the player a puzzle for the sake of having a puzzle.
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I am pleased as punch to have been able to acquire this game!!! Maybe I am old-fashioned, but it is refreshing to find a modern game that does not rely on blood and gore, foul language and adult situations to be entertaining. The puzzles are challenging without being frustrating, the graphics are realistic and barely patchy, although, you can definitely find the "glitches" when trying really hard. I absolutely love finding the secrets with exploring!!! The combat scenes, personally I can do without, but at least they have a purpose, not just because the programmers needed more shoot-em up action. I would highly recommend this to young adults to challenge their brains and cannot wait for my daughters to be old enough to play this, the rating system is dead right for this game, it is teen and up. Highly, highly recommend and REALLY WANT MORE!!!!! Maybe they could make up a "sequel"?
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Who in there right mind gave the okay for a game based on the Da Vinci Code. Sure the movie was okay, but it was boring and so is the game. The game is exactly like the movie. It is never challenging or even interesting. I was given the game as a gift as I would have never bought it myself.
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The adventure game is a genre that has died out in the US in the past few years, much to the chagrin of many fans who enjoyed games like King's Quest, Leisure Suit Larry, Gabriel Knight, and Grim Fandango. Companies were going after the action game in a big way and there seemed no place for games that required creative thinking instead of quick reflexes.

Now, it appears that these types of games may be coming back in the form of such titles as the Da Vinci Code. While not strictly an adventure game, it does bring back puzzle-solving, creative thinking, and a strong game-driven storyline to the mix.

The puzzles are good (though not too hard) and add to the plot instead of just being tossed in to give players something to do. The environment is wonderful for exploring and players should make notes of what they've done to help get through some of the harder puzzles and challenges.

The one down-side of the game is the rather cumbersome (and, for a game featuring a college professor and a cryptologist as the main characters, unrealistic) combat system.

All in all, if you are a fan of the old Sierra and LucasArts type adventure games, I think you will enjoy this one.
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It's not the storyline or the puzzles that I hated (those were actually interesting and fun), it was the overall gameplay. I love adventure games because I can sit back, relax and solve puzzles, find clues, etc. But, instead it was a frustrating experience. First, who puts combat in an adventure game? That's just ridiculous.

Speaking of combat, in the middle of fights with security guards at the Louvre, I would continuously get pop-ups telling me which buttons to use. This was okay the first time, but come on, during EVERY fight? There were other annoyances like I couldn't open a door while holding a gun, but I couldn't drop it either. I had to restart my game to go through the door. Also, while walking the other person follows so close that you have to constantly keep trying to get out of the way.

Conclusion: I broke the DVD, stuck it in the box, and threw it away. I was going to resell it, but I wouldn't be that mean to someone. This is literally the worst game I have ever played. I would give it -5 stars. Yep, I hated it that much.
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