Mystery Case Files: MillionHeir Pro Reviews

Average Review Score: 6.7/10

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Mystery Case Files: MillionHeir Reviews

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1UP C+ Sep 09 '08
AtomicGamer 65% Sep 29 '08
Cubed3 7/10 Apr 13 '09
DailyGame 7.5/10 Sep 17 '08
Digital Chumps 7.0/10 Sep 14 '08
DS Nintendo Life 5/10 Mar 30 '09
Fragland.net 74% Mar 13 '09
GameSpot 7.0/10 Sep 10 '08
HookedGamers.com 6/10 Sep 19 '08
Just Adventure + C+ Apr 23 '09
Kombo PSP 7/10 Sep 19 '08
Modojo 4/5 Sep 09 '08
Nintendo World Report 6.0/10 Sep 19 '08
PALGN 7/10 Oct 31 '08
Pocket Gamer uk 5/10 Feb 25 '09
VideoGamer.com 7/10 Feb 11 '09
IGN DS 7.7/10 Sep 08 '08
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Mystery Case Files: MillionHeir Previews

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1UP Jul 17 '08
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Gaming-Age Jul 15 '08
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"The Mystery Case Files series has met with some success on the PC. The adventure genre has found new life on the Nintendo DS, however, and the platform seems like a particularly good fit for pixel-hunting, puzzle-solving exploration."
"If a game in which you simply spend your time searching for objects inside 2D images doesn't sound like a complete turn-off to you, Mystery Case Files: MillionHeir is definitely worth a look. It might appear to be little more than a series of cleverly constructed paintings accompanied by ambient sound effects, but the amusing Story mode will likely take you several hours to get through, and the randomized item lists add a good amount of replay value to boot."
"Mystery Case Files: MillionHeir showcases a multitude of beautiful, intricately detailed painted scenes in which players seek out cleverly hidden items to progress through an interactive detective story."
"The bottom screen provides a zoomed-in look at part of the overall picture, which is displayed on top. Your stylus can drag this close-up around as you hunt for clues, or you can pan and scan with the D-pad or face buttons."
"Mystery Case Files: MillionHeir is a worthy addition to the DS library. It’s great for quick pick up and play sessions, there’s a lot of replay value on offer, and it’s neatly presented. If you haven’t liked other Touch Generation titles however, then you need not apply."
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