On a lonely stretch of highway, a young girl is found unconscious, a bloody knife lying next to her. Was she a victim, or did she attack someone? Her doctors are baffled when she fails to respond to treatment. Desperate, they call you in to help. As a psychic, you’re used to working with clients who can talk to you. But this girl can’t. Enter her mind and work to discover...the noise she couldn’t make... This special Collector's Edition version of the game includes moving bonus content that delves into the girl’s childhood story. Features:
Jeunes Surface: The Noise She Couldn`t Make Collector`s Edition pour ado
I know, this game has been out for sometime now and I am probably looking at one the earlier concepts of a Map, than what I have been playing lately. When moving you can go to map or scene to scene without complications. While it does allow you to transport with a click to anywhere on the map, it gives no indicators on it of places that have tasks to be done etc although I gave it an extra star because I liked the big green check mark over a detination on the map that has all tasks done and the are completed. Refreshing to have actors play parts. Consistency Battle Slots a bit Virtual Villagers Origins 2 as well Bonus chapter. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Playagrl from "Wonderful" I had to purchase this as soon as my free 1 hr of play had expired Love the graphics. You will not be disappointed. I only have one very small complaint Also, I almost did NOT buy this because I was a little weirded out by the title, the picture on the SE version, which is what I kept seeing all over the place Would definitely recommend! Enjoy gaming fishies! Mini games thoughful and new. The story line was "right up my alley" and for those, who don't like scary games, this one really isn't.
The man reading the narrations of Liza's life was ugh The ending of the main game was interestingly done in how "Noise" was dealt with and furnishing the "why" of the story. The story lines are captivating and the games are original and well thought out. A challenge, but not because things were dark or tiny, only because they were well hidden! I have enjoyed all of them, but, especially this one! There is an interactive map with action areas indicated and the usual hint button. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by taragirl28 from A wonderful CE buy! The flowers can be used to buy furniture to outfit your office. This is why, I call it a small complaint and did not deduct any stars. A young woman found lying in the forest, unconscious, with a bloody knife near her and no apparent knife wounds or any other physical injuries, is taken to the hospital emergency where they are unable to wake her and she is getting weaker. Love the graphics. And the bonus chapter helps tie up the loose ends. This is the 3rd Surface game, I have played. Happy gaming gamers! You must work through a series of symptoms affecting her body as you probe deeper so you maintain contact with the hospital staff through a TV monitor that allows you to get updates on her condition.
When moving you can go to map or scene to scene without complications. The ending of the main game was interestingly done in how "Noise" was dealt with and furnishing the "why" of Th story. They are all stand alone stories. They certainly didn't need to. All is not as it seems though! It adds a cute element and incentive to watch for and collect the flowers. The story line was very good as well as the bonus. The key to Jane's real name and her recovery is tied to finding out who she is and what happened to Collectot`s her here. The story line, if not precisely accurate, is still fun to follow. This is a very satisfying Fort Defenders: Seven Seas with a balance of HOS, puzzles and adventure; one of the best in this Ecition. I don't think the Map was as helpful. All in all it was a great game!
You know that once you learn her real name and are able to enter deeper into her subconscious, you will find those deep, dark secrets locked away and hopefully be able to help her deal with them before her condition worsens. So the psychic must imagine consciousness as a town, squalid or clean, healthy or ill, sometimes crowded, sometimes desolate. It really doesn't matter which one you play first or second or last Would definitely recommend! Having the hero be a psychic that could look inside a patient's mind was interesting and really rather cool. And the storyline is amazing, it's strange, but could not be otherwise eather I know it sounds silly it did to me when I read the reviews but it actually was a lot of fun since you can buy a gramophone, a remote controlled car, all kinds of cool stuff! This is why, I call it a small complaint and did not deduct any stars. They certainly didn't need to. The story line was "right up my alley" and for those, who don't like scary games, this one really isn't. To be fair, I also did not read anyone's description of the story very carefully because I never do - I personally like to discover the story myself, not through a review, besides the most basic premise. Graphics were representative of the various scenes and nicely done. A person's mind is an abstract thing. Let's just say I am very, very, very grateful that they didn't feel the need to depend on superficiality or exploitation to sell this one.
They are all stand alone stories. I enjoyed playing this game as it was not presented in the usual way when someone has lost their memory. To be fair, I also did not read anyone's description of the story very carefully because I never do - I personally like to discover the story myself, not through a review, besides the most basic premise. Two things: I do not usually get the CE versions because I am a poor grad student, but I highly recommend it for this game, both because of the quality of the bonus and also because the office decorating was really fun. It is better to get the SE than nothing at all, but I do really think the CE was worth it because of the fun use of the collectibles, and the more satisfying post-ending conclusion although the story IS fully resolved in the SE, which we all can appreciate. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by ThisBrevity from Surprisingly good. It adds a cute element and incentive to watch for and collect the flowers. Oh, there is a Map, but, I seen some better. Your progress is hindered by a strange woman dressed in black that Jane refers to as 'Noise" and she seems to be causing these symptoms to occur. There are 16 achievements to be had as well as "aura flowers" to be collected throughout the game, in main game and 73 in bonus chapter. This is also not something I see every day. And, if so, why has she turned against Jane instead of dominating and protecting her?
It was fairly easy to navigate, meaning not a lot of going way far back and forth. The key to Jane's real name and her recovery is tied to finding out who she is and what happened to bring her here. I bought the Collectors edition, and found it was well worth it for the bonus gameplay, which takes up where the game left off! Crisp and clear MAP: Yes, but with only general area indications, which was fine. Enjoy gaming fishies! You, a psychic, have been called to enter the woman's mind and determine what psychological traumas she may have suffered and to help her deal with them in the hope of bringing her out of her coma. Consistency was a bit annoying as well You know that once you learn her real name and are able to enter deeper into her subconscious, you will find those deep, dark secrets locked away and hopefully be able to help her deal with them before her condition worsens. Only reaching her darkest, locked memories will provide the answer. Another thing, I really like about the Surface series Recommend this game. Your job, as a physic, is to save a girl from inside her mind. A challenge, but not because things were dark or tiny, only because they were well hidden! Love the graphics. Worth every penny.