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Secret Files 2: Puritas Cordis (Nintendo DS)

Platform : Nintendo DS
21 customer reviews

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  • Official sequel to the award-winning graphic adventure "Secret Files: Tunguska"
  • Gripping mystery thriller with a deep, exciting plot, full of surprising twists and turns.
  • Innovative puzzle design that always remains logical and fair.
  • Spectacular graphics and cinematic cut scenes.
  • Control four different characters and unravel the story from different perspectives.
  • Simple controls featuring a diary, helpful puzzle hints, and a useful map.
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Game Information

  • Platform:   Nintendo DS
  • PEGI Rating: Ages 12 and Over Suitable for 12 years and over. Not for sale to persons under age 12. By placing an order for this product, you declare that you are 12 years of age or over.
  • Media: Video Game

Product details

Platform: Nintendo DS
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  • ASIN: B001TREX9C
  • Item Weight: 91 g
  • Release Date: 8 May 2009
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (21 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 15,204 in PC & Video Games (See Top 100 in PC & Video Games)

Product Description

Platform: Nintendo DS

Manufacturer's Description

The sequel to the award winning adventure hit Secret Files Tunguska.

Famine in Africa, floods in Southeast Asia, economic crisis in Europe, and civil wars in South America, the world is on the brink of disaster.

Nina Kalenkow is trying to escape all of this as well as her failed relationship with Max Gruber on a nostalgic cruise to Portugal.

Nina becomes a witness to murder in the Hamburg docks and is soon thrust into the spotlight of events that encompass not only continents but also centuries.


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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By parisandhelen on 10 Jun. 2009
Platform for Display: Nintendo DS
I was itching to get my hands on this game as soon as I found out about it. I played the first and liked it, so hoped I would also enjoy playing this one.

It definitely kept me going for a while. Very similar in game play to the first game. It's all point and click & text, no shoot 'em up/race 'em, so not a style of play that will suit everybody.

Again, you're playing as Nina (and sometimes switching to other characters) in your bid to save the world, this time from a religious sect called Puritas Cordis. Nina is dragged into this quest quite by accident, but soon becomes up to her neck in the adventure along with her ex boyfriend Max.

As with many point and clicks I found some of the inventory combinations slightly strange/unlikely, but I have learned that if in doubt just try combining everything until something works. Using that principle I didn't get stuck too often. But there were moments when I finally found a winning combination and thought "what?!?"

I'd say this game is worth a go if you played and enjoyed the first one. If you didn't like that, you probably won't like this. Although you don't need to have played the first one to enjoy this either, as it's a completely new storyline with minimal references to the last game.
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24 of 26 people found the following review helpful By Crafty Marie TOP 500 REVIEWER on 26 May 2009
Platform for Display: Nintendo DS
The Secret Files games seem to be the best kept secrets on the DS - the best adventure games to come out in a very long time.

This is a sequel but you don't necessarily need to have played the first Secret Files game to be able to pick up and play this one - although I highly recommend it. It works well enough on its own.

Why you should definitely get this game:

- If you like point and click adventures like Broken Sword which is awesome, this is in the same league.

- You play as a male and a female in this game, switching between the two to solve different puzzles. So it should appeal to both genders

- I think the puzzles in this sequel are harder on the whole than the first game (which I think works well) - some had me stumped for hours but not to the point where I wanted to give up.

- The overall plot is a basic Save the World from religious loonies type theme but the way in which it is told makes for a gripping story.

- Great graphics and video cut-scenes, some of the best on the DS.

- Perfect dialogue, and very witty at times. You will love Max and Nina the main characters.

And a wonderful price, can't ask for more.

Stunning game, works like a dream, perfect for teens and adults. Do try it.
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23 of 25 people found the following review helpful By Fae on 18 May 2009
Platform for Display: Nintendo DS
I was so looking forward to this game after thoroughly enjoying the first one. It didnt disappoint just as enjoyable as the first one, puzzles not to difficult but not to easy, some make you really think and even frustrate at times but thats half the fun. Being only just out there was no walkthrough to help in times of need so I was made to work it all out for myself which looking back it made it more fun with a real sense of achievement. The only thing annoying was the help hint feature, was not always available, so if you are really stuck you are made to work it out yourself.
I would suggest not using a walkthrough when one is available as it was a greater sense of satisfaction not to use one, if you are really stuck you only have to try combing everything or try using everything where you can, you will soon find the answers.
It held my attention from beginning to end, unlike some other adventure games that on the first screen are hard to work out how to move a character let alone solve clues.
Easy to work out how to move characters and use items, thoroughly enjoyable game that I didnt want to put down, kept my attention all the way.
Hope there will be a third one made.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Roonie on 30 Oct. 2009
Platform for Display: Nintendo DS
Already purchased Secret Files Tungusta the first one in this set of 2 and because of the challenging sets of sending people off to match items from itinery an chatting to people to find clues I found it to be like lots of other games of this type throughout the years of me playing monkey island, discworld, broken sword,Sherlock Holmes etc.which I enjoy very much. Very good graphics a little small on the DS but thats to be expected. To say I am a fast approaching 60 absolutely hooked on this type of game. I dont like shoot em ups or platform games, but these mystery quest games are right up my street. Lots of places to visit and can save at any time with helpful hints and a diary type reminder if you forget where you are if you have not played it for a few days. You dont have to complete it in a set time and I try to spin it out so it lasts longer. Wish they were more like this. Any age can play but of course it depends on whether this is your type of good old fashioned story 'real life' challenge playing as one or two persons. A good buy from Amazon, free postage and packing and a good price when on sale.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By S. M. L. Wood on 23 Nov. 2009
Platform for Display: Nintendo DS
I toyed with the idea of buying this game for the PC, as I wondered if it would be very different. I decided to buy it for the Nintendo because I thought I would get addicted to it, and would want to play it every moment I could...how right I was! I played it in my lunchbreak, on the bus, in the evening - whenever I could.
From what I gather, the real differences between the PC and the DS versions are that the quality during the gameplay is slightly better on the PC version for obvious reasons of memory etc, and with things like character conversations, the dialogue appears in the top DS window. This doesn't hinder the game though, and apart from this, everything else is the same; still the same old crazy puzzles and point and click system, plus the video scenes that move the story along are surprisingly good quality, almost filmic, and exciting to watch on a small screen.
The puzzles were slightly easier than the first Tunguska game, although some were just as hard, and were even a little strange at times (e.g. jumping up and down between floors of a building to escape the baddie!). One of the characters also seemed to disappear suddenly and was accounted for only at the very end in a short paragraph. But overall, I'm glad I bought this game!
The characters and range of locations, the interesting yet solvable puzzles, and the story made Secret Files 2 highly addictive.
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