The Legacy: Forgotten Gates Collectors Edition

Late one night, Diana hears a noise at a strange new museum exhibit. It’s the start of a grand adventure as Diana is transported to a parallel world where a lost Mayan civilization is flourishing. This other world was once connected to our world, but now the gates have been reopened. Only Shaash the Gatekeeper can help Diana return home, but it will not be easy. Diana must face many challenges as she journeys through the lush Endless River Valley. Explore a new world! Meet a unique culture, observe wondrous animals, and solve serious challenges to not only find a way home, but to save Diana’s world as well in this heart-pounding hidden-object puzzle adventure!

Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by SparkleGlow from Ancient, advanced technology, hidden in villages in remote areas I like the combo of the tech and the natural world. It definitely isn't a game you should try and rush, otherwise you will lose the atmosphere. The hidden object games are interactive straightforward, silhouette and putting items back. With no apparent way back, Diana enters the temple and meets an old man, Kitron, who introduces himself as guard of a dangerous prisoner, the demon Rhitoris. The graphics are stunning and I was utterly blown away at how detailed everything was. I silenced the voice-overs, because I just enjoy it more that way. I liked this game, but it would have been a fantastic game if they just ditched all the supernatural aspects, and went strictly with the whodunit murder mystery. The main game of The Legacy: Prisoner clocks in at around four hours and the equally-entertaining bonus chapter comes in at fifty minutes. The HOPS are ok, but not the biggest pull for me on this game. To this day, I still remember the brilliance of The Legacy: Forgotten Gates, but as much as I loved that game, I do not necessarily want to go on the same adventure twice. Not only that, but the sound effects created from the mouse-click actions are very soothing. The Hidden Object Scenes have the standard Interactive Listed items, that includes finding all the cliche objects, a hat, shoe, teddy bear, spoon, necktie, wrench and necklace with missing beads. I actually liked the HO in this game. All the tasks and interactions are logical and make sense within the context of the game, and none of them are particularly challenging or innovative. She lands in front of an ancient temple.

Some of the HOP's have a small puzzle to solve as well, but at least in the demo, there isn't an alternative game available. The hidden object games are interactive straightforward, silhouette and putting items back. The Legacy: Prisoner takes you back to the world of the Mayans, one that feels strikingly familiar because we have visited there before in the first installment. I was disappointed when it finished because I wanted to carry on. Once again she has tampered with an ancient portal, and once again, Diana is trapped in another world, a prison at that! If someone from the club invented it, why didn't they put all their knowledge towards upgrading the card? Diana is on her hunt for the thief when she gets sucked into a portal, sending her back to the era of the Mayans. Kinda easy. Things were going along smoothly for me in the demo, I was willing to overlook all the symbols even the Collector's Edition bling is a hidden symbol in each scene then they introduced the Memory Medallion. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by rainworm from An adventure without return? The sights and sounds are so realistic, I have surround sound speakers hooked up to my computer and I can't tell you how many times my poor little dogs and cat, have perked their ears up and looked all around the room, to try and figure out where those birds were. The navipad leads her to an abandoned place.

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I loved the story line. The navipad leads her to an abandoned place. If someone from the club invented it, why didn't they put all their knowledge towards upgrading the card? The main game of The Legacy: Prisoner clocks in Bush Whacker 2 around four hours and the equally-entertaining bonus chapter comes in at fifty minutes. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by crusades from great game and storyline I just love these developers. The only way for her to get back home is to defeat the demon Rhitoris. It Thd isn't a game you should try and rush, otherwise you will lose the atmosphere. I played this game over many sittings, because I wanted to enjoy every second. I actually The Legacy: Forgotten Gates Collectors Edition the HO in this game. The HOPS are ok, but not the biggest pull for me on this game. Please don't let this game pass you by - its a gem. I was able to do the puzzles Pirate Solitaire. Can you stop this evil force of nature before it destroys anyone associated with the Fit Club Date published: Diana is not drawn as a hero, able to answer all challenges without batting Edigion eyelid.

Standing in a ritualistic circle she accidentally activates a portal and falls into another world. The animations, artwork, and graphics are simply beautiful. I'm not a big fan of HO. I silenced the voice-overs, because I just enjoy it more that way. The navipad leads her to an abandoned place. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by gyanda from Surprising! The HOPS are ok, but not the biggest pull for me on this game. That being said, I paid attention to the whole story line. Things were going along smoothly for me in the demo, I was willing to overlook all the symbols even the Collector's Edition bling is a hidden symbol in each scene then they introduced the Memory Medallion. We are back in a blend of fantastic sci-fi with co-existing worlds. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by rainworm from An adventure without return? Mixture of HOP types, and a variety of puzzles at various skill levels.

With no apparent way back, Diana enters the temple and meets an old man, Kitron, who introduces himself as guard of a dangerous prisoner, the demon Rhitoris. The good news is that she's not alone, this prison has two other prisoners, one of which is a volunteer. There was no expense saved here, so you are in for Rune Lord treat. These games do not disappoint in every aspect. Similarly, the puzzles are enjoyable and challenging at times, but we have seen the big majority of them before in some other games. That Vagrant Hearts said, I paid attention to the whole story line. This futuristic device keep in mind this game takes place incars still require you to crank them by hand!


At the bottom, the well looks like a decorated worship chamber. But this case is special. YEA, a journal to recap the story and use for referral, has returned! There are a variety of styles offered, such as Multiple Object finds, Interactive List finds, and items that need to be placed into the scene where they logically go. You've witnessed this phenomenon with your own eyes, first the marks appear, and within seconds, a shadowy figure arrives and chaos ensues, before you can figure out what's going on, you discover the victim has been strangled! I was hooked from the moment the story started. How exactly does this medallion work? Things were going along smoothly for me in the demo, I was willing to overlook all the symbols even the Collector's Edition bling is a hidden symbol in each scene then they introduced the Memory Medallion. The Legacy: Prisoner takes you back to the world of the Mayans, one that feels strikingly familiar because we have visited there before in the first installment. It is more an adventure game with more challenging mini games and mult-layered HOS mostly. If you find all the morphing objects then you get an additional 20 levels of bonus mini-games. They have done a fantastic job of creating an atmosphere to make you feel as if you were there. Diana enters through a portal, that immediately closes. MH games sure do love their symbols, and I just felt like they went a little overboard with them in this game.

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9 thoughts on “The Legacy: Forgotten Gates Collectors Edition

  1. Does it project the memory in a holograph? The navipad leads her to an abandoned place. The puzzles were fun and many of them. There the thief throws the bust into a dried up well.

  2. Mixture of HOP types, and a variety of puzzles at various skill levels. I'm not a big fan of HO. The Hidden Object Scenes have the standard Interactive Listed items, that includes finding all the cliche objects, a hat, shoe, teddy bear, spoon, necktie, wrench and necklace with missing beads.

  3. But this case is special. There weren't that many at all, but I didn't eyeroll and get on with it. There are a great variety of mini-games to play which range from easy to medium. Regardless of the storyline and the gameplay that came slightly below my expectations, the sights and sounds remain fantastic. Members of this elite circle include doctors, poets, world renowned travelers, playwrights, composers,and musicians.

  4. Because the graphics are so good, items are easy to see. The Legacy is quickly becoming a Legacy adventure. Does it tap into your brainwaves? This futuristic device keep in mind this game takes place in , cars still require you to crank them by hand!

  5. Things were going along smoothly for me in the demo, I was willing to overlook all the symbols even the Collector's Edition bling is a hidden symbol in each scene then they introduced the Memory Medallion. The Legacy: Prisoner takes you back to the world of the Mayans, one that feels strikingly familiar because we have visited there before in the first installment. How does it transport objects, telekinesis?

  6. Some of the HOP's have a small puzzle to solve as well, but at least in the demo, there isn't an alternative game available. While the Sci-Fi elements still give this series a unique touch, touching on some other new themes would definitely be appreciated. The good news is that she's not alone, this prison has two other prisoners, one of which is a volunteer. They are excellent, and deserve to be savored. If someone from the club invented it, why didn't they put all their knowledge towards upgrading the card?

  7. Please don't let this game pass you by - its a gem. Great graphics coloured wonderful, interesting story can't tell too much about it, but is has some unexpected twists , very smooth gameplay which is not easy to achieve, i know! Things were going along smoothly for me in the demo, I was willing to overlook all the symbols even the Collector's Edition bling is a hidden symbol in each scene then they introduced the Memory Medallion.

  8. I was able to do the puzzles quickly. The gameplay in The Legacy: Prisoner is certainly decent, although nothing to write home about. There are a great variety of mini-games to play which range from easy to medium. On one monitor he sees an alien creature. On the audio side, the mysterious vibe of the music is well-used and the voice-acting is all-around solid.

  9. At the bottom, the well looks like a decorated worship chamber. If it does, how does it know whose brain to tap into? Because the graphics are so good, items are easy to see. This futuristic device keep in mind this game takes place in , cars still require you to crank them by hand! I played this game over many sittings, because I wanted to enjoy every second.

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