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Secret Files: Tunguska

Postby Ante » Sat 8 Apr 2006 19:06

http://adventure.rpgdot.com/index.php?hsaction=10053&ID=1207

You may remember the coordinates at the beginning of Syberia 2, right? (If not > http://www.saunalahti.fi/~amulari/syberia/coordinates_syberia_2.jpg)
So, these coordinates point to the whereabouts of Tunguska meteorite that hit Siberia almost hundred years ago.

I'm keen to play this game!
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Postby gail » Fri 21 Apr 2006 21:43

This game does look interesting, Ante. Thanks for the link.:)
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Postby Ante » Tue 5 Sep 2006 08:16

Hey everyone. Download and try it now! Graphics look very good and the opening cinematics are stunning. The only negative aspect so far is the voice of the main character - it's simply annoying.

Here's the link:

Overmann wrote:600MB :shock: fun cool oh :x

Divertitevi, o voi che potete :D

http://www.adventuregamers.com/newsitem.php?id=1265
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Postby gail » Mon 1 Jan 2007 16:04

I have not found this game in stores here yet. Did anyone play it?
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Postby Senta » Fri 5 Jan 2007 07:45

I have started to play it and found it a very fine game :D
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Postby gail » Fri 5 Jan 2007 22:02

Great! Please let me know if it's worth ordering online. I've been watching this game develop for quite a long time already. :)
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Postby David » Sat 13 Jan 2007 23:45

i played it in october. it wasnt anything special. actually at first it was fun and i was eager to find what will happen next but near the end the game got weaker. gail if you will find it cheaply i guess its worth a try :D
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Postby gail » Sun 14 Jan 2007 08:15

Thanks David. That's good to know.
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Postby Krysie » Sun 14 Oct 2007 01:15

I've been playing this game.. I just seen it at Game Stop and thought it would be interesting. It's a very good one imo and has awesome graphics.

There's going to be Part II coming in 2008.
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Re: Secret Files: Tunguska

Postby NiniendoLeibowitz » Thu 24 Jul 2008 23:51

I played this on the DS... or rather, stopped halfway. I thought it was okay, but a little too standard.

I wonder if the Deutsche Polize will endorse the portrayal of the police force in this game.

I am starting to think developers of these games should hire better writers. I don't like the leap of logic these folks do.

At the end of the day, it's fine, I guess, but it doesn't stand out.
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Re: Secret Files: Tunguska

Postby geosouv » Mon 24 May 2010 21:36

I finished Tunguska about a month ago. I think I will remember this game for a long time. It was very good indeed. The graphics and cutscenes were amazing, especially the cutscenes. The music was just not there when you needed it! The voices where very good. I did like the voice of the main character Nina. Max's voice was just ok. The dialogues I think weren't very good. I still have the same opinion about the story that I had when I was buying the game: It's a very interesting story to begin with, an excellent idea to make an adventure game about it. The ending was great and I certainly didn't expect it. This game is a lot more difficult than Syberia (1,2) games. I did enjoy it's difficulty and it got me 2 years to finish (without using any help of course). It was very well executed and I did find minor flaws. I absolutely loved the idea of controlling 2 characters at the same time. I think this was radical for adventure games. I definitely recommend this game to all adventure gamers. I had a lot of fun playing it and I truly enjoyed its wonderful weather effects and places you get to travel to.
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Re: Secret Files: Tunguska

Postby evilronald » Tue 18 Jan 2011 16:28

I played the DS version of this, its actually one of the better DS adventures *100 times better than the awful DS version of Syberia*
The ending sucks though, its almost comical, but it doesnt really fit with the rest of the game. :wink:
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