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Defenders of Law: The Rosendale File

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August 18, 2009
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Defenders of Law: The Rosendale File
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System requirements:

OS: Windows XP/Vista
CPU: 1.0 GHz or faster Processor
RAM: 512 MB
Hard Drive: 159 MB

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  • Find out who murdered Mrs. Rosendale and save the innocent victim from going to the gallows! It is high time that you find all the clues and make it fast!

    How many times have you come across games that have a storyline that is in sync with the Hidden object gameplay? It is very often seen that the stories, which should actually be the driving force in the game, provide only the basic skeleton to the game on which a game is erected. Actually, most gamers have the habit of not even bothering about the story and straightway go for the game. Now, this is not their fault because most of stories doled out for these games do not contain the material for gamers to appreciate their need. Now, there is a wind of change in the form of Defenders of Law: The Rosendale File. This game is a crime thriller where the gamers are made part of the investigating team that visits various crime scenes.

    The gruesome murder of Mrs. Rosendale results into a crime thriller where an innocent person is nailed as the murderer. You are part of a law firm named Defenders of Law, Inc, who takes up the cudgels on behalf of the poor victim to find out the real truth behind the crime and also gather the clues to bring the real criminal to book. Now, e supposed to search for the clues in the classic Hidden object gaming style and then present them in the court of law to let justice prevail. Well, there is one interesting thing that one can expect in this game and that is all the crime scenes deal with the murder of Mrs. Rosendale. The only difference in each new case is that the crime scene, the murder weapon, the murderers and the clues keep changing. So this provides a good variety to the whole gaming experience.

    The locations that are chosen as the crime scenes vary from a castle to a coffee shop and you are also presented with a map from where you can choose the room to find the clues. Now, there is no element of surprise in the room as you are to find the objects from the cluttered rooms. One thing that the designers have done is that they have provided the clues that are fitting the locales in which you have to search for the clues. You are going to find the objects exactly where they should be (I am afraid this is one thing that we generally see missing in most of the games). There are also some unique objects that can be used for further analysis and generating reports for presenting in the court.

    Now comes the ultimate moment of presenting the case in the court where you are required to select any one of the two statements top explain to the judge why you want to differ from the prosecution.

    Conclusion: This game would have been a treat but unfortunately fails on more than one front. Firstly the game is just too easy for even the novice players and you hardly need the timer as you can find the objects in a jiffy. Even the other search helps that the gamers are provided makes the games a lot easier. One can easily lose interest as there is not much variety in the objects that one has to find. Graphics of the game does not fall in the category of mind blowing but it’s just okay. All in all it is a breeze and does not pose a lot of challenge to gamers.

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    Defenders of Law: The Rosendale File review

    Find out who murdered Mrs. Rosendale and save the innocent victim from going to the gallows! It is high time that you find all the clues and make it fast!

    How many times have you come across games that have a storyline that is in sync with the Hidden object gameplay? It is very often seen that the stories, which should actually be the driving force in the game, provide only the basic skeleton to the game on which a game is erected. Actually, most gamers have the habit of not even bothering about the story and straightway go for the game. Now, this is not their fault because most of stories doled out for these games do not contain the material for gamers to appreciate their need. Now, there is a wind of change in the form of Defenders of Law: The Rosendale File. This game is a crime thriller where the gamers are made part of the investigating team that visits various crime scenes.

    The gruesome murder of Mrs. Rosendale results into a crime thriller where an innocent person is nailed as the murderer. You are part of a law firm named Defenders of Law, Inc, who takes up the cudgels on behalf of the poor victim to find out the real truth behind the crime and also gather the clues to bring the real criminal to book. Now, e supposed to search for the clues in the classic Hidden object gaming style and then present them in the court of law to let justice prevail. Well, there is one interesting thing that one can expect in this game and that is all the crime scenes deal with the murder of Mrs. Rosendale. The only difference in each new case is that the crime scene, the murder weapon, the murderers and the clues keep changing. So this provides a good variety to the whole gaming experience.

    The locations that are chosen as the crime scenes vary from a castle to a coffee shop and you are also presented with a map from where you can choose the room to find the clues. Now, there is no element of surprise in the room as you are to find the objects from the cluttered rooms. One thing that the designers have done is that they have provided the clues that are fitting the locales in which you have to search for the clues. You are going to find the objects exactly where they should be (I am afraid this is one thing that we generally see missing in most of the games). There are also some unique objects that can be used for further analysis and generating reports for presenting in the court.

    Now comes the ultimate moment of presenting the case in the court where you are required to select any one of the two statements top explain to the judge why you want to differ from the prosecution.

    Conclusion: This game would have been a treat but unfortunately fails on more than one front. Firstly the game is just too easy for even the novice players and you hardly need the timer as you can find the objects in a jiffy. Even the other search helps that the gamers are provided makes the games a lot easier. One can easily lose interest as there is not much variety in the objects that one has to find. Graphics of the game does not fall in the category of mind blowing but it’s just okay. All in all it is a breeze and does not pose a lot of challenge to gamers.

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