Final Cut: Fame Fatale Collector’s Edition
June 29, 2015
Hidden Objects Vs. Match 3
3 Difficulties + Custom Mode
Exclusive Bonus Chapter
Integrated Strategy Guide
Wallpapers & Concept Art
Soundtracks & Cutscenes
Achievement & Collectibles
Souvenir Room & Making Of
Replayable HOs & Puzzles
Right from the start, the game greeted us with a mini-cutscene which left us wanting more. Final Cut: Fame Fatale is not just an ordinary detective game; the storyline is so well-developed that it includes some unexpected twists and exciting actions that kept us glued to our seats.
If you are familiar with the previous Final Cut games, then you would not be disappointed by the quality of the presentation in this fifth installment. The art-deco vibe of Final Cut always impressed us – accompanied by sharp graphics and gorgeous colors, every single scene in Fame Fatale looks absolutely stunning! Furthermore, the sound package in Fame Fatale is also excellent. The soundtracks adds a lot of suspense into the game and the voice-over gives each character some life.
There are various types of Hidden Object scenes in the game; they are all extremely well-crafted and are supremely entertaining. If you don’t like searching for items, you can also switch to the Match-3 mode. As for the puzzles, they range from the traditional ones with so-so level of difficulty to some excellent, creative and difficult ones.
In contrast, the adventure part of the game is less exciting. The game does not feature any special features or unique ideas; most of the time, all we did was walking back and forth through the scenes and completing familiar tasks.
As a Collector’s Edition, however, you can keep your eyes out for some well-hidden Collectibles and Morphing Objects to enhance the experience. Other bonus features varied from a strategy guide and gallery items to a bonus souvenir room and a Making Of video clip. We spent approximately 4 and a half hours playing the terrific main game, and another hour on the slightly-less-intriguing bonus chapter.