So, at some point Elephant Games sat down and said “Right, this whole Riddles of Fate, give it three games and that’s it. Same with Hallowed Legends. Now these other series? Make them work until their bones show.” And I’m not sure whether that’s good or bad.
It’s time to put an end to a specific chapter in Mystery Case Files’ history. The last game before it was handed over to Eipix, a move I daresay I dread, it’s a pretty important game. So let’s look back and see what’s what.
It’s with a sense of nervousness that I return to the blog after a long hiatus. Partly because I haven’t written anything here in a good, long while. But also because I have to pick up with a series where I left on a high note. And now it’s in the hands of another developer.
Let me set the scene: I had just compiled a massive list of basically all HOPA franchises and which ones I’ve played (out of 559 games I’ve played 164… roughly). I was going through it when I realized: Hmm, I haven’t finished Hallowed Legends by Elephant Games. Eh, the two previous were okay, might as well get it over with. Well…
I’m still not sure what this game has to do with the mythical beast Chimera. I mean, Tune of Revenge I get but just because there’s a single chimera statue in the game, doesn’t really justify the title.