Fatal Evidence: The Missing Collector's Edition
March 20, 2020
3 Difficulties + Custom Mode
Exclusive Bonus Chapter
Integrated Strategy Guide
Wallpapers & Soundtracks
Concept Art & Cutscenes
Replayable HOs & Puzzles
Achievements & Collectibles
Morphing Objects & Kitchen
Your brother Colin’s bad day got worse when the police came to his house, arresting him for a kidnapping and murder case. Colin’s wife went for a job interview two days ago and never came back and now he is accused of a crime he did not commit. Can you and your detective wits track down the real criminal and clear your brother’s name in Fatal Evidence: The Missing?
Last year, Domini Games got started with its first investigative hidden object series to great success with Fatal Evidence: The Cursed Island. This sequel takes the whodunit premise to the next level. The excellent storytelling in Fatal Evidence: The Missing makes it a captivating ride from start to finish. Furthermore, there is plenty of twists and fascinating to make you invested in the storyline, even if the core plot is not completely unique.
The outstanding storytelling is backed by strong gameplay. All aspects of the gameplay work together in conjunction to create a smooth and immersive experience. While advanced players will notice a lot of HOPA clichés when it comes to the gameplay tasks, they will likely find the hidden object scenes and the mini-games entertaining. Both of these components are smartly tied into the storyline and feature enough original ideas to be interesting, even for seasoned players.
In usual Domini Games‘ fashion, Fatal Evidence: The Missing has some spectacular visuals with rich colors and great animations. Thanks to sophisticated location designs and high-quality graphics, all the scenes really stand out as some of the studio’s best works. The audio elements are also exceptional. The suspenseful music rises and falls when it needs too and adds an air of mystery and at times, a sense of urgency to the game. The voice-overs and the sound effects are perfect as well.
Fatal Evidence: The Missing has a nice length of around four hours. The bonus chapter is a standalone whodunit mystery, which is just as enjoyable as the main game. The Collector’s Edition also contains a strategy guide, wallpapers, concept art, soundtracks, cutscenes, replayable hidden object scenes, replayable mini games, achievements, collectibles, morphing objects, and a customizable kitchen.