The Longest Journey Pro Reviews

Average Review Score: 9.0/10

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The Longest Journey Reviews

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Computer Games Online 4.5/5 Jun 19 '00
Cosmo3D 8/10 May 02 '00
EuroGamer 9/10 Jun 22 '00
Game Power Australia 3/4 Jul 03 '00 94% May 24 '00
GamesDomain  --- Dec 02 '00
GameSpot 9.3/10 Jun 27 '00
Gamespy 92/100 Aug 02 '00
IGN PC 9.3/10 Nov 20 '00
Stratos Group 9.2/10 Sep 08 '00
The Game Den 90% Sep 27 '00
Women Gamers 10/10 May 25 '00
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The Longest Journey Previews

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Adrenaline Vault Aug 19 '99
Adventure Gamers Aug 20 '99
Beta Bites Aug 05 '99
GamersPress Dec 15 '99
IGN PC Sep 01 '99
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"The Longest Journey is a point and click adventure game. There are a few keyboard controls available, the most important being the Inventory key. There are not many hand/eye coordination skills required to play TLJ. However, you have got to be able to logically piece together parts of the adventure puzzle to continue on in the Chapters. Oops, mistake one for me..."
"At a time when many game publishers run screaming from the word "adventure," Funcom has embraced all that is good about the genre and created an exceptional game experience. "
"Overall, this is a very good game. It combines a complex, yet very exciting story with excellent graphics and sound. As noted, the game does have its drawbacks, such as quite easy puzzles and too much talking. However, overall this is such a good game, that I hereby give it my "Choice of Excellence Award"."
"At the end of the day though, The Longest Journey is an engrossing and highly entertaining adventure game with characters that you can care about, an involving storyline to keep you hooked, and settings and characters that are both beautiful and bizarre. "
"TLJ is a magnificent example of how much good story and character can make the usual adventure gaming conventions lively again. For women gamers especially, this game defies most of the boyish preoccupations they must suffer in other titles."