Evidence: The Last Ritual Crack + Serial Key

Evidence: The Last Ritual The notorious serial killer "The Phoenix" is back and the authorities need your help to catch him once and for all. Using an innovative blend of Windows gameplay and the Internet, the player explores key cities in Europe and North America. Players receive live emails from various contacts around the world and can partner up with other players to crack the case. From the creators of "MISSING: Since January."
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Released date
Platform PC Windows
Rating 76 / 100
User rating
Downloads 995
Genre Adventure, General
Players 1 Player
Company / Developer
The Adventure Company / Lexis Numerique
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Evidence: The Last Ritual reviews ( 3 )

CharlesX., Dec 5, 2006

Excellent game providing a very in depth and original approach to this genre. I wholly recommend this if you are one who takes pleasure in solving mysteries and puzzles.

ColbyA., Oct 26, 2007

This game is beautifully executed. Something I've learned to do with MetaCritic is ignore their Website reviews, and read the player reviews - they're usually higher. Evidence is a great game that appeals to intellectuals who like a good puzzle and a good thrill. A friend and I are playing the game together and getting scared out of our wits. It's a good challenge and great gameplay - just be sure you know what to expect before you buy the game. This is NOT a first-person shooter or a sports simulator. This is a mind-bending puzzle ARG.

JannoC., Jan 21, 2007

Interesting format....kept you going for more. But I would like to think of myself as intelligent and too many of the puzzles/clues were too obtuse and you never got there logically. I don't like to HAVE to have help to play a game. Unfortunately there were times when I HAD to go to a walkthrough and found out that I would have NEVER gotten there alone. Not that puzzles were too difficult...just didn't always follow a logical or available path of solving.