AGON: Episode 2 - Adventures in Lapland Pro Reviews
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AGON: Episode 2 - Adventures in Lapland Reviews4
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|Adventure Gamers||3/5||Feb 16 '04|
|Game Boomers||---||May 24 '04|
|Just Adventure||B+||Dec 15 '03|
|Quandary Computer Game||---||Jan 24 '04|
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"But with the exception of the book on Morse code previously mentioned, gone are the unrelated books and red herrings that made the first game so much fun to explore. The game feels very linear, and comes across as a hand-holding experience until the maze near the end."
" Some of the comments made by the person you play Tablut with during the game are also a bit odd. For example, at one point he says, "Goody-goody." Another bafflement."
"The environs of Lapland are suitably lonely and sound effects are muted but memorable. The voice-overs are again of a very high standard, though there are subtleties in his voice that betray that English is not the native language of the speaker. "
"The Agon 2 graphics are as good as ever and so is the music. Both add up to a great atmosphere - playing it in 100 degrees Fahrenheit I almost reached for a blanket. So Private Moon Studios, the team that developed this game, have produced another engaging chapter, even though the English dialogue is a little odd at times."