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Dead Mountaineer's Hotel -- A Review by Rushes #765692
11/06/11 03:56 PM
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Snowbound exteriors, lush, luxurious interiors -- Rushes explores the nooks and crannies of this famous, mystery-laden hotel. Is the gameplay as spectacular as the environments?

Dead Mountaineer's Hotel

Re: Dead Mountaineer's Hotel -- A Review by Rushes [Re: Becky] #765696
11/06/11 04:16 PM
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THanks for the review Rushes and Becky!

Ana wave


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Re: Dead Mountaineer's Hotel -- A Review by Rushes [Re: Becky] #765700
11/06/11 05:00 PM
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Thanks Becky. Thanks for the review Rushes.

I tend to agree wholeheartedly with the review. Nevertheless, I plan on finishing the game tonight. Gameplay is not as spectacular as the environments. Lovely Hotel.


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Re: Dead Mountaineer's Hotel -- A Review by Rushes [Re: Becky] #765702
11/06/11 05:16 PM
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Thanks, Rushes and Becky!

Re: Dead Mountaineer's Hotel -- A Review by Rushes [Re: Becky] #765713
11/06/11 05:57 PM
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Where can we buy it?

EDIT: Never mind. I just read the entire review and for a game I waited so long for... I'm not sure I want to spend the money. Sad.

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Re: Dead Mountaineer's Hotel -- A Review by Rushes [Re: Becky] #765735
11/06/11 07:30 PM
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Well darn. frown How much is it? I'd be tempted to get it when the price drops down real low just to see the graphics. I personally don't worry about bad translations, lol. Years ago I worked for many years in an international organization, and I think I've heard just about every accent there is, and possible interpretations of what they mean. It can be quite funny!


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Re: Dead Mountaineer's Hotel -- A Review by Rushes [Re: Becky] #765736
11/06/11 07:35 PM
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The game is currently priced at $9.99 on Steam. That's reasonable already. IMHO. wave

Re: Dead Mountaineer's Hotel -- A Review by Rushes [Re: Becky] #765744
11/06/11 08:49 PM
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Thanks for your review, Rushes (and Becky) smile

After the loooong wait for an English speaking version, sadly it doesn't sound like anything I'm going to madly rush out for after all !! frown


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Re: Dead Mountaineer's Hotel -- A Review by Rushes [Re: Becky] #765788
11/07/11 06:34 AM
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Thanks, everyone.

Yes, one of the positives about this game right now is the low price. That way, if you buy the game and find you don't enjoy it, the pain won't be quite as bad as if you'd spent $30+.


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Re: Dead Mountaineer's Hotel -- A Review by Rushes [Re: Becky] #765811
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Finished the game! I think walking around the hotel and meeting the guests was worth the 9.99. Lovely snowfall too. smile


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Thank you Becky for the link & Rushes for an informative review! smile

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