Hotel Dusk falls into one of those categories that's difficult to describe. It's not exactly a 'game', per se, at least, not a game the way the average person would expect when hearing the word. No, Hotel Dusk is very text-heavy, and at times I felt more as though I were reading a slightly animated visual novel than I was playing a game. That's not to say the story is bad, the story is quite interesting, but I would recommend this more to people who love reading, especially mystery novels, with the occasional not-so-difficult puzzle thrown in now and again. The slight animations of the characters are quite lovely and the setting is nice to look at, but the location quickly becomes dull and I found myself not knowing what to do next part of the time. The music was quite good, though. I wish there had been voice acting. If you're looking for a very good, very interesting, very challenging puzzle game, I suggest looking elsewhere, especially the 999 games.
yes: I recommend this product