Titanic - Nintendo DS

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  • Puzzle-solving challenges compel you to watch your inventory and use your mind!
  • Your character's interaction with other people aboard the ship enables you to gather information and key items
  • 15 chapters in the story each with multiple scenes and mini-games
  • Waterline progression gives each scene a different look as time passes
  • Dialog choices give you options to follow different paths within the game and multiple endings are created based upon those choices

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Platform: Nintendo DS

Titanic: Mysteries of the Deep places you on board the Titanic as a passenger during its fateful voyage. Your character is torn between their past and present life in a struggle to find out what they truly want in their heart.

Product Information

Platform:Nintendo DS
ASIN B0029CSOD2
Release date November 3, 2009
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2.9 out of 5 stars 50 customer reviews

2.9 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #18,465 in videogames
#585 in Video Games > Nintendo DS > Games
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Product Dimensions 4.8 x 5.4 x 0.6 inches
Media: Video Game
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Platform for Display: Nintendo DS
Nice low key game for winding down- especially interesting for anyone who is fond of Titanic material. The "puzzles" are not challenging like other games that leave you wanting to throw the system out the window. Once you get past the annoying first bird "puzzle" it's smooth sailing. Interesting story line that allows you to choose how to respond which elicits different responses from other characters in the game. I may play it again as an antagonist just to see if there is a different outcome.
The music score is poor in my opinion and whoever put together the sound on this game did a poor job. When your character speaks, you cannot hear her unless you quickly turn the volume WAY up.
The game is also WAY too short and can be completed in a matter of hours. Not for hard core gamers or those seeking a challenge like Professor Layton (one of my personal favorites!). Nice choice for casual gamers or Titanic fans looking for a short but simple, non brain-draining escape from reality.
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Platform for Display: Nintendo DS
Hidden Mysteries: Titanic is a titanic disappointment. As a DS player and Titanic buff who couldn't get enough of that computer game, "Titanic: Adventure Out Of Time," I looked forward to this release as soon as I heard about it on my Amazon recommendations page. The puzzles are either too easy or very frustrating and, as the other reviewers have pointed out, it is too short. I'll break down the different characteristics of the game:

Graphics and Music: Graphically, the game is good as it shows the different rooms of the Titanic (including the Turkish bath, gymnasium, and the Cafe Parisien, etc.) and has realistic details. You cannot move around in the rooms, though. It is just one stationary image and you click on different parts of the room but you do not actually move around. The characters do not change expression as they converse. They are just stationary images, too. The music is surprisingly terrible. It is so repetitive I usually turned it all the way down as I got sick of hearing it. As another reviewer noted, in the few transitional movie scenes where there is a vocal narrator, you can barely hear her speak. I had to put my ear to the speaker which meant I couldn't enjoy the movie. There is an option to adjust the sound and music, so it is probably a good idea to set the music much lower, but why is that?

Characters and Storyline: The programmers put some thought into the characters. They even have background stories in the booklet. You play Margaret Ashley, a young peasant woman who has just married a wealthy, British businessman. She is tough, wisecracking, and spunky, although her joking attitude as the Titanic is sinking is a little much.
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I enjoyed this game for the few hours it lasted. What little there was in the game was well done and I would have liked to have spent several more hours on it. I guess the makers of the game just didn't want to put the effort in to make it great because they assumed people would buy it anyway. It was very disappointed when it ended, I thought I must have accidentally skipped something! I would recommend the game to others, but not for [...]. I just wish there was more!
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The four stars I gave this game comes from the fact that I enjoyed the look and 'atmosphere' or the game, and that it was a simple way to pass a couple hours.

I started to play this months ago, got bored, and gave up, but last night I found it again and completed it in less than two hours. The puzzles were simple (made even easier by the 'hint' and 'skip' features). The characters were hardly engaging, and at times, annoying (the small child and the main character's husband being the most glaringly frustrating characters in the game).

The end was an incredible letdown - the cutscenes were pretty to look at, but the ending was very brief, with none of the drama/horror of the event and only a passing mention of the sinking ship.

The game could have been a lot better, but if you can rent this or borrow from a friend, it's somewhat better than doing nothing at all.
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Hidden object levels in this game were fine, but I was not expecting the complexity of the "in between" stuff. I can see where some people would love the in-depth "turn here, twist there, put this here to make that run" but it got really old really fast for me. I like to play games for the ease and fun of them, so I like the hidden object type games. But I found that this one was difficult to figure out what to do to complete a level. I'll say that, for those who are seeking more than a simple hidden object game, this would be a great choice. I had to consult online walkthroughs for help and found that some of the solutions, though difficult, were quite clever.
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Of course no Titanic game comes close to "Adventure in Time", but this is my second favorite Titanic game. It is really cool, good graphics for Nintendo DS. There are secret passage ways and you collect things and use them on stuff or people to make things happen and progress through the game, you jump to different areas and look around and you have tasks to perform and you talk to people and it has long game play. This one is a keeper!
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