Post Mortem Crack/Patch

Post Mortem After retiring to the quiet streets of Paris to pursue a life of painting, Gus Macpherson could not escape his true art... The former New York detective finds himself walking the beat once again, when hired by a sensuous woman to investigate the gruesome beheadings of her sister and brother-in-law. In the dark and mysterious streets of Paris, and plagued by his clairvoyant sixth sense: Gus will uncover a conspiracy written in blood, with rituals and artifacts as old as time itself! [DreamCatcher]

Download Post Mortem Crack/Patch

Released date
Platform PC Windows
Rating 73 / 100
User rating
8.1
Downloads 1157
Genre Adventure, First-Person, Point-and-Click, Modern
Players 1 Player
Company / Developer
The Adventure Company / Microids

Post Mortem reviews ( 2 )

XavierBlaq, Jun 5, 2014

Honestly, I did not even know this game existed until a couple of weeks ago (thanks Good Old Games, you have done it again), and I cannot believe I hadn't. As a disclaimer, this game is the first in a series that includes the Still Life games as well, but is not related in plot, and related very little in everything else, so it really doesn't matter if you play this game before or after playing the Still Life games. With that out of the way, let me say that Post Mortem is incredibly unique in its gameplay, containing a branching conversation system that leads to a multitude of different storylines and several different endings, puzzles that, although might find them frustrating, are at least challenging to the mind and not just one's patience or the tendons in their hands. However, the best part of the game for me was the atmosphere, which is where it shines over almost every other example of games from this genre. At times, I almost felt like I was playing a psychological horror game, instead of a detective mystery, and not just because of the cult and supernatural elements. In the end, the only drawback in this game is one man: Jacque Helloin. Not only is this character completely unrealistic, even for a Frenchman, the voice actor they got for his character is one of the worst I have ever heard in my life. This makes a sizable portion of the game almost unbearable, but it was well worth it overall thanks to everything else being so excellent.

Zahrada, Feb 24, 2014

If you are into detective stories and occult, this adventure game is really a good one. It requires a brain and expects quite a lot from the player. It's nice not to be considered an idiot by a game for a change. It has a good atmosphere too. Very, very nice and creepy. The story telling is quite rich and requires to pay attention. On the other hand, the user interface could have been better. Character interaction is also a weakness of this game and it isn't entirely bug free either. Many nice puzzles, one of them excessively frustrating though. Overall, for the money spent I had a hell lot of fun. And I felt like just having finished reading a novel afterwards. Good stuff.