Take part in two tales of twisted love and despair in this spine-tingling horror adventure game from the developers who brought you Jake Hunter: Detective Chronicles. Hone your survival skills by carefully exploring the corridors of your captors while uncovering clues that bring you closer to a shocking revelation. Can you escape the maze alive?
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Episode 1 – The Petty Murder of a Fragile Heart
A murder has taken place in Aspicio City's peaceful Central Park. Jake's longtime friend, Detective Scott Kingsley, implores Jake to help solve the case. Can Jake uncover the killer's true motive?
Episode 2 – Seaside City Conspiracy
On a quiet night, Jake gets a call out of the blue as a hysterical man pleads with Jake to find his missing girlfriend, Eva, in the harbor city of Depono. What seemed to be a routine missing persons case, will lead him down a dark path of deception...
Episode 3 – Crash and Burn
A story about love, betrayal and death in the fast lane. Jake Hunter's skills will be put to the test, as he attempts to solve a murder case at the top racing circuit in Ceteri, where rivals, ex-lovers and friends are all suspects.
Jake Hunter Detective Chronicles is rated
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Should be a novel, a hidden rental gameFirst of all, the game has few scenes of actual animation, which I thought was just about appropriate for a videogame. I actually kind've liked playing the game for its good story and deep characters, but I felt like the game was too short and should have costed less. I may be wrong, but this is a novel game that I would've rather read in a book, but I really wanted to play a detective game like Hotel Dusk: Room 215; JHDC lacks in severity of consequences when compared to Hotel Dusk: Room 215. I think this game is worth a rental since its so short in gameplay length. If I was a parent whom was a game fanatic with kids, I would rather let them read an actual book than this novel game because this game cost $edit compared to checking out a book at a library. I'd like it if the game's characters were more animated with their lips and facial expressions. The game's main character has the ability to think deeper by smoking, which could lead to bad influences. The game's not really too flexible, and you'll probably will get bored trying to find something else to do other than being forced to follow the storyline. Overall, good yet little movie animation in the game. Then the gameplay was decent, and it leaves you unsatisfied despite the fact that it delivers (or gives you what you want except longer longevity). Sadly, there were a few mispellings in the game. The storyline was great. Might not be good for children. Its obviously a rental, and I regret buying it. Its still a good game..... RENTAL