Ghost Files: The Face of Guilt Game Review

(Buy Here: Microsoft/Steam)

Nothing but praise for this game!


FANTASTIC HIDDEN OBJECT PUZZLE ADVENTURE GAME FROM THE CREATORS OF ENIGMATIS AND GRIM LEGENDS! Step into the shoes of Emily Meyer from Boston PD to face the mysterious case of 10 homicides. Using only your own experience and professional investigation techniques you will follow the hot trail of the serial killer known to the public as “The Guilty Man”. You are on the brink of solving this case when suddenly someone tries to derail your case.

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I’m fairly new to these point-and-click mystery/puzzle games, but I can say that I honestly have not been disappointed. I picked up Ghost Files while it was on sale, and it seemed interesting with the elements that it carries. From good story plots, and also trying to solve the murders in the game, it was a relaxing mystery game without the pressure to race against time. 


Ghost Files had likable characters, including the MC, who I felt was relatable. As she held a staunch belief that the supernatural was a bunch of hooplah. While the psychic medium, who helps the MC, keeps insisting about a supernatural aspect to help solve the case. 


There were some crazy parts to the story that I hadn’t been expecting, as you make your way through the game, not everything is what it seems. So, keep that in mind if you play this game, because I was way off point with the whodunit aspect. 


From the amazing artwork to the story rich plot, this game would have been a perfect five star–however, one part of the game killed me. Which was the voice acting, the actors were very stiff in reading their lines and it made me cringe when they were flat in their delivery of critical lines in the story. 

Overall, though, besides the voice acting, this game is bestowed a 4.5-star rating with all its mini games, to the well-received plot. The game was hard not to like and get into, albeit, it’s a short game but I highly recommend giving it a shot!

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One response to “Ghost Files: The Face of Guilt Game Review”

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