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Blackwell Legacy--Game Review Blackwell Legacy
Publisher and Developer: WadjetEye Games
Designer/Producer: David Gilbert
Type of Game: Indie/Graphic Adventure/Point-and-Click
Release Date: December 23, 2006
Voice Acting: Abe Goldfarb, Sande Chen
(Mostly) Spoiler Free.
No ESRB rating or any rating listed.
Estimated Gameplay Time: 3-4 hours
Summary: Rosangela Blackwell, a young freelance writer living in present day New York City, makes a startling discovery after her aunt's death. The appearance of her spirit guide, Joey Mallone, makes Rosa aware of the fact that she is part of a family legacy of mediums. With Joey's help, Rosa solves the mystery of a teen suicide.
Art/Graphics/Music: The graphics in this game are what can only be called as "retro"--they give the player a classic feel while playing the game. There are portraits for each character while they are speaking, and the art for those portraits i
Victor's Skeletal ChristmasVictor Von Haderlitz walked down the cobblestone path towards the small cottage that stood on the hill. Why a client so close to the holidays? he couldn't help but thinking. Ah, well. Clients were useful. Clients made money, after all, and Victor was after the money, as well as the joy in torturing hapless victims with his skills.
The man approached the door and knocked somewhat loudly six times, then a softer seventh knock, as was custom. This secret knock was so that clients would know who he was; after all, the last thing Victor wanted was to be chased out of town because of a slight misunderstanding on his client's part. Thankfully, his heavyset "customer" soon came to the door.
Victor bowed and stated, "Good evening to you, Mr. Taylore. I'm here at your request for my services?" He tipped his hat at the man.
Mr. Taylore merely nodded and opened the door wider to allow Victor to slink in. The other man sat at the modest kitchen table and motioned for Victor to sit down. He did so,
What A Difference MakesThese shadows are all in front of me
phantoms of my past, friends of this time and this moment
They are all there
Every single person that made a difference
And I will never stop wondering
Have I made a difference?
It's what people wonder on their deathbed
In that split second before their car veers off the road
before they make the journey until the unknown which
All of us will make someday.
Have I made a difference?
Did I make a difference?
Will I make a difference?
It seems to be a goal
In life, to make a difference
To reach out, and feel love, compassion
Emotion, real feelings
To make a difference, to reach out to those
Who know only darkness
To make a difference, to give a helping hand to those in need
To give your time, to give your effort to others
That to make a difference
Is to only feel real
And to make a difference
Is to be real
Reaching out is our success
Is our purpose
To love others, the core of our being
And to reach out
Is to make
A difference in this cru
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