Rated 10 out of 10 by 1
Rated 10 out of 10 by VC Better than the Wii version of Agatha Christie's" And Then There Were None"
I will say first, if you are planning to play both Agatha Christie (Evil Under the Sun or And Then There Were None) games for the Wii, this is the better of the two! Not saying the "And Then There were none game wasn't good, it was just easy to beat. I just got done playing"A.T.T.W.N" and it only took me a week and that is only playing it an hour here and there. Evil Under the Sun is a good book, T.V. Episode(Agatha Cristie's Poirot) and video game. I bought both games and played this one first. the length of the game was longer that A.T.T.W.N. You play as Captain Hastings begin Hercule Poirot. The voices sound close to the ones from TV, which was awesome if you are an Agatha Christie Fan. Poirot goes on holiday to Seadrift Island where he encounters several vacationers. 20 to be exact. And you walk around the hotel and island to look for clues and to solve the crime mystery, as well as solve a few "red herring" mysteries. You will need to use, as Hercule Poirot would say, "Your Little Grey Cells" to solve and beat the game. I would highly recommend this game to Agatha Christie Fans as well as mystery nuts.