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About the product
- Uncover the ultimate treasure in this exciting murder-mystery game
- Combination of adrenaline-pumping stealth and frantic chases and combat
- Explore detailed environments; discover hidden clues in world-famous locations
- Solve a wide variety of challenging physical and intellectual puzzles
- New experiences and locations not visited in the book or film
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The Da Vinci Code is a game based on Dan Brown's best-selling novel & Ron Howard's film. A strange murder at Paris' 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 an enemy that will stop at nothing to protect their secret.
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I was peeved at first, but then realised it was a simple mistake on my part, and I took advantage of it, and am now enjoying this game.
However this game is complicated, the movements are hard to get used to, the puzzles are a nice refreshing challenge, and you actually have to search EVERYTHING.
Next, if anyone has found a good walkthrough lol, I am stuck and can only find PS2 walkthroughs :) thank you!
Pros, this game is captivating and has me addicted despite its flaws (which include occasional crashes). I thought the fighting interface was retarded too until I figured out how it works (you click your mouse in a specified sequence to successfully attack/defend your opponent). I haven't read the book, but the game certainly presents some illuminating/controversial revelations of biblical history. I read the Gnostic Gospels in college so much of this info isn't new. Another flaw: from the beginning, one can identify holes in the game's logic. A body murdered, discovered in a pose mimicking christ's crucifixion with text scribbled in blood on the floor next to him. The characters immediately presume the DYING VICTIM did this himself (I'm hardly a criminologist, but am I the only one who recognizes the "duh" aspect in this?). Also, the issue regarding The Last Supper painting arises in the game, at which point the girl retardedly declares the character John the Baptist is a girl just because of his feminine features. Another "duh" aspect -- have you seen Da Vinci's last painting? Hint: it's titled John the Baptist. Google it and view it. Male portraits that emphasize effeminite qualities were pop culture of the day. Check out how Da Vinci depicts John the Baptist in his last painting, John the Baptist. I am about midway through the game. One other thing: some puzzles require finding obscure little "hot spots" amidst a huge 3-d environment: tedious. All in all, this game is intriguing but frustrating (in a non-intellectual way).