Maestro: Music from the Void Collectors Edition

The Maestro’s back in this exciting encore to Notes of Life! Eerie music fills the air in Vienna, where shadows terrorize people in the streets. Two musical prodigies have gone missing. Can you save them without striking a single false note? Solve the mystery of the Music from the Void as you play this Collector’s Edition version of the game, including a hefty bonus game and neat extras. As an added bonus, Collector’s Edition games count toward three stamps on your Monthly Game Club Punch Card! This is a special Collector's Edition release full of exclusive extras you won’t find in the standard version. As a bonus, Collector's Edition purchases count toward three stamps on your Monthly Game Club Punch Card! The Collector’s Edition includes:

Of course with this being an ERS game the graphics are excellent and what I consider top-notch. You can find 12 chain links, place items in a scene until the diva appears and turns everyone to ashes, or work through an interactive list. I do have 1 negative to report; on the interactive map, it says there is a! After use we do have to refurbish or recharge the medallion before its next use. The Inventory panel is not always visible. I can't wait to get this and continue the adventure. The mini-puzzles are fairly easy, and you have a helpful ferret that appears occasionally to help you out with an item as long as you feed him or give him a toy to play with. We have a magical amulet that we have to find gems to recharge in order to make all the negative ghosts go away in each challenge as we wend our way to defeating her. You have completely outdone yourselves with this one. Some items are for use later and are stored in the Inventory panel displayed across the bottom of the screen. Dark Talent is a very smooth gameplay, perhaps too smooth that it reaches the point of being overly-easy. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by biscuitsmama from A New Maesto That is Delightfully Creepy and Ghoulish In the beginning cut scene we see the delightfully creepy and ghoulish resurrection of Diva, the greatest opera singer in all of Europe. Well, some might consider that a good thing considering that the game should be less childish and so on.

Although we have a very nice interactive, transporter-type map, I did not find a journal or diary. Beautiful graphics and sound and story is great. The graphics are good and the storyline is interesting. But it is a very good game, with achievements to earn, and collection items - cloaked in black smoke - to find. If you have liked the other games in the Maestro line, I think you'll like this one pretty well too. The ferret is quite entertaining and each time I encounter him I wonder just what type of mischief he will be into next. I am looking forward to playing this game to the end. I don't know if there is enough bling to warrant the extra cost but everyone has their own idea as to what makes a game collector worthy. Even with the game having voiceovers that are terrific, once again we have no lip-syncing. There was no problem with the game mechanics. Most of the puzzles should be relatively easy for most players, and the HO scenes are not particularly difficult as well. Hints are unlimited, but you may need to wait for the button to refill.

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I am waiting for other reviewers to help me settle that question. Things pretty much fit together and one knows where things go. The graphics are good and the storyline is interesting. The graphics of this game is an improvement over the previous in the series. Regardless of that, we found ourselves enjoying the game. There are three levels of play, about 12 collectables, a strategy guide, a bonus chapter and the usual fluff that comes with all collectables. I mean There is so much to like about the fourth in the Maestro series. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by psylocibin from Easy play with challenging puzzles 5 stars for my money The flow of the game is easy. I happen to think the ferret is the same as any other tool, one that will be found and used occasionally as needed. Hints are available for all scenes and puzzles. The ferret is quite entertaining and each time I encounter him I wonder just what type of mischief he will be into next. Unfortunately, the lips don't move on the voice-overs, which didn't used to annoy me, but now it does for some reason. Dark Talent is a very smooth gameplay, perhaps too smooth that it reaches the point of being overly-easy.

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I guess that ERS lost their lip-sync specialist to another developer. The remainder of the sound package has the ERS branding and follows the theme of the other Maestro games. I mean Click on an Inventory Pet Hotel Tycoon to use it. The graphics are top notch. The Hidden Obj games are wonderfully interactive and take some scrutinizing to find the pieces that bring the hands to the clock Art Mahjong 3 an eg. Much better than we have seen lately. Maestro: Dark TalentERS titles always have high production values, and Dark Talent is no exception with its gorgeous illustrations, though several of the voice actors give performances that imply they're bored out of their skulls. You have a teleporting map to help you, but the activities are only marked when you roll over a spot on the map. Of course with this Pharaoh`s Mystery an ERS game the graphics are excellent and what I consider top-notch. There are only a couple of series of games that I really get excited about. The graphics are obviously ERS-G; dark, a little eerie and high in quality — again, nothing remarkable. I am waiting for other reviewers to help me settle that question. From the opening scene when skulls pop out of roses, the graphics and animation are quite good.

Maestro: Dark TalentERS titles always have high production values, and Dark Talent is no exception with its gorgeous illustrations, though several of the voice actors give performances that imply they're bored out of their skulls. I mean Not necessarily something you want to listen to throughout the entire game! After use we do have to refurbish or recharge the medallion before its next use. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by biscuitsmama from A New Maesto That is Delightfully Creepy and Ghoulish In the beginning cut scene we see the delightfully creepy and ghoulish resurrection of Diva, the greatest opera singer in all of Europe. There are three levels of play, about 12 collectables, a strategy guide, a bonus chapter and the usual fluff that comes with all collectables. Then comes the production, in which Maestro: Dark Talent seems to have achieved. The graphics are obviously ERS-G; dark, a little eerie and high in quality — again, nothing remarkable. I happen to like the in-game strategy guide and for that reason the CE is my best option. I've found a series often loses it's appeal, but this one is even better than the prior Maestro games. Would much rather see at a glance where to go next, if I need to. You complete tasks using objects you find on the screen.

Things pretty much fit together and one knows where things go. You also earn Inventory items as you complete hidden object scenes. Move your mouse around the bottom of the screen to display it when you need it. Also, Instead of the normal haunting music of the Maestro series, we have an operatic diva singing. You have a teleporting map to help you, but the activities are only marked when you roll over a spot on the map. The game is perhaps a bit on the short side. At least, according to some dandy in an alleyway who calls himself a "Knowing One", which sounds smug and insufferable until you realize Maestro: Music from the Void Collectors Edition World of Zellians good reason he's not called the "Actually Effective One", and soon it's up to you to stop Diva and the dark forces and Ocean Mahjong Dementors behind her. There is so much to like about the fourth in the Maestro series. Well, some might consider that a good thing considering that the game should be less childish and so on. Regardless of difficulty settings, most players will probably speed through the game in around three hours or so, which is sort of surprising given Syberia - Part 1 large the map is and how many puzzles and items there are on every square inch of it. Dark Talent is a very smooth gameplay, perhaps too smooth that it reaches the point of being overly-easy. The graphics are comparable with a top level game, in my opinion. I played the CE straight through which is a big indicator of how much I loved it because I typically fluctuate between different adventure games to keep it interesting.


8 thoughts on “Maestro: Music from the Void Collectors Edition

  1. The graphics are top notch. There is so much to like about the fourth in the Maestro series. There are little animals that we have to feed or distract and they are cute. Beautiful graphics and sound and story is great.

  2. You have completely outdone yourselves with this one. Dark Talent is a very smooth gameplay, perhaps too smooth that it reaches the point of being overly-easy. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by skullfun from ERS cranks out another masterpiece!!! I just couldn't stop playing this game It's almost enough to make up for the fact that the game essentially forces you to be a glorified Care Bear to defeat Diva.

  3. Maestro: Dark TalentERS titles always have high production values, and Dark Talent is no exception with its gorgeous illustrations, though several of the voice actors give performances that imply they're bored out of their skulls. The graphics are comparable with a top level game, in my opinion. The graphics are top notch. In this Maestro I appreciate how they have changed up the typical hidden object scenes a bit.

  4. The graphics are obviously ERS-G; dark, a little eerie and high in quality — again, nothing remarkable. There are little animals that we have to feed or distract and they are cute. The graphics of this game is an improvement over the previous in the series. Most items are of a good size so I am not dealing with itty-bitty, almost invisible items. The Inventory panel is not always visible.

  5. Today's special means that I need to see what I think of other Maestro games The game is perhaps a bit on the short side. This game has it all. Regardless, this is a fun game in a great series, so give it a try! I do prefer the CE as long as there are some bells and whistles that are extra

  6. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by biscuitsmama from A New Maesto That is Delightfully Creepy and Ghoulish In the beginning cut scene we see the delightfully creepy and ghoulish resurrection of Diva, the greatest opera singer in all of Europe. The graphics of this game is an improvement over the previous in the series. Some items are for use later and are stored in the Inventory panel displayed across the bottom of the screen.

  7. I didn't notice any morphing items during game play but over all I think players who have played the other Maestro games will love this one as well, I know I did. But it is a very good game, with achievements to earn, and collection items - cloaked in black smoke - to find. There are only a couple of series of games that I really get excited about. I played the CE straight through which is a big indicator of how much I loved it because I typically fluctuate between different adventure games to keep it interesting. The game picks up after you're finally allowed out of the opera house, and exploring the streets is a lot more interesting

  8. Most of the puzzles should be relatively easy for most players, and the HO scenes are not particularly difficult as well. Click on an Inventory item to use it. I've found a series often loses it's appeal, but this one is even better than the prior Maestro games.

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