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|Gamer's Hell||6.0/10||Jul 19 '02|
|Gamers Temple||30%||May 13 '02|
|Adrenaline Vault||2.5/5||Apr 23 '02|
|Ascully.com||6/10||Apr 19 '02|
|GamesDomain||2/5||Oct 30 '01|
|GameSpot||5.8/10||Apr 11 '02|
|Gamespy||55/100||Apr 26 '02|
|IGN PC||6.1/10||May 02 '02|
|LoadedInc.com||6/10||Jul 08 '02|
|Stratos Group||2.3/5||Jul 09 '02|
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"Fans of Hitchcock may enjoy the references to their favorite movies, but they will not see traces of the genius who served unwittingly as the inspiration for this game. So if you really want a taste of Hitchcock's brilliance, you should probably just go out and rent or buy one of his video masterpieces instead."
"Alfred Hitchcock's Final Cut came to our office the same day I said, "I wish there were more adventure games that play like a movie." so my wish is Ubisofts command. A story that rivals that of any thriller of the games namesake. Ubisoft got the rights from Universal Studios 6 of Hitchcock's films (Psycho, Frenzy, The Rope, Torn Curtain, Shadow of a Doubt and Saboteur) and the right to use its image and integrated that wealth of cinematic treasures into an already established game format. The adventure genre is a perfect backdrop for a cinematic story."
"Diehard adventurers probably wouldn't be happy, and we can't see many Hitchcock fans getting too excited over it simply because, although it contains numerous references to his films, it tries and fails to successfully imitate his, perhaps inimitable, style."
"The game bears no comparison to Hitchcock's world of paranoia, intrigue, and ugly deeds."
"Spend the money on a couple of Hitchcock's greatest films instead."