Secret Files 2: Puritas Cordis Crack/Patch

Secret Files 2: Puritas Cordis Volcanic eruptions, earthquakes, tsunamis - the world is on the brink of disaster. By the time Nina Kalenkow realizes that the recent catastrophes were caused not by nature, but by an unscrupulous secret society known as Puritas Cordis, it is almost too late. While her ex-boyfriend Max, a scientist, witnesses the brutal methods of Puritas Cordis at the excavation site of an ancient Indonesian temple complex, Nina joins forces with a priest in France to investigate the connection between the secret society's sinister prophesies and the creepy leader of an ancient order. A dramatic race against time begins. Will the protagonists be able to avert the impending apocalypse? [Deep Silver]

Download Secret Files 2: Puritas Cordis Crack/Patch

Released date
Platform PC Windows
Rating 66 / 100
User rating
Downloads 1057
Genre Adventure, General
Company / Developer
Deep Silver / Fusionsphere Systems, Animation Arts

Secret Files 2: Puritas Cordis reviews ( 3 )

vixvicco, Aug 28, 2012

A huge improvement on the first game. Voice acting is improved, as challenging as ever and of course I think you should get if you like point and click style adventure, which sadly, is a dying genre.

I_Am_Turok, Feb 6, 2012

If you liked the first game, I do not think you'll be disappointed with this second one either. Equally as fun (though in parts, equally as randomness with items-you-must-combine to do this), less of a contrived storyline and some nice settings. Puzzles are better, i.e. there are better hints in the game before you begin a puzzle. In both games, it would be nice to have a bit more character humour, they do their best, but needs a more fun character (e.g. George from Broken Sword). Graphics are simple, so lacking in the imagination of say Syberia settings. Overall a fun game that nicely continues the genre, and definitely worth paying if you enjoy the point-and-click games. Doesn't get higher than 7 for reasons of simple settings, dialogue needs to be better, find+combine options sometimes annoying, but the solid 7 is for nice game play, nice music, some nice puzzles, and when character dialogue goes well, it is enjoyable.

Voyou, Feb 19, 2017

Facepalm galore. The amount of stupidity I witnessed per minute is simply breathtaking, from the get go and it never ends. Idiocy culminates in the dialogues and behaviours. I physically brought my hands to my head many times, with a mix of incredulity and sadness, amazed that there exist, somewhere, people who can and do write such drivel. At this level, I'm not sure it's even worth mentioning that there is absolutely zero research in the portrayed cultures and locations. The game still manages to be slightly better than its predecessor : First, in the puzzles, where cretinism is replaced with the nonsense we are used to since we have seen it in many point n' click adventures, some of the gameplay is pretty good. Second, if the voice acting is as bad as ever, the protagonists are much, much less annoying. The technical quality is very good (despite some sound level issues), and the interface impeccable. Apart from that, most of the flaws of the game's predecessor are still present (reported here for convenience: acting, accents, asinine to infantile dialogues, logorrhea, 100% failed humour, generic plot, moronic motivations, B.S. science, plot-holes...)