Haunted Hotel: Ancient Bane Collector's Edition
Abraham Shadowy bought an abandoned hotel, planning to turn it into a haunted attraction for his guests. But when his guests start actually disappearing, people begin to gossip. Is it all just a publicity stunt for the hotel, or is there something more sinister going on? Join your detective friend James as you search for the truth among Shadowy's mechanical contraptions. It's dark in there, so watch your step in Haunted Hotel: Ancient Bane, a chilling Hidden Object Puzzle Adventure game!
May 30, 2014
3 Difficulty Settings
Exclusive Bonus Chapter
Integrated Strategy Guide
Wallpapers & Screensavers
Achievements & Collectibles
Abraham Shadowy bought over a haunted hotel in the hope to change it into a profitable attraction. Things did not go as planned as his guests started to disappear, one by one. He invited James, your detective fellow to investigate this sinister case and so, you tagged along. Haunted Hotel: Ancient Bane does not have a very strong story since at the end, it appears to be just another paranormal/supernatural kind of story. There are plenty of events happened in the game though; from floating knives to walking spirits. Nonetheless, Ancient Bane did not give us that ‘WOW’ factor we expected to get from a Collector’s Edition game.
In contrast, Haunted Hotel: Ancient Bane is visually mind-blowing. Most of the scenes are dark, but the artwork and the colors are simply brilliant. The quality of the soundtracks is no less amazing, very dramatic with a sense of creepiness; despite that, they could go a little too far sometimes.
We found the gameplay to be the same-old, nothing innovative and a little tiring. Hidden object scenes and puzzles are both very easy, neither very unique. Apart from that, all the standard HOPA features are there; an interactive map, a diary, difficulty choices and so on.
The extra features in Collector’s Edition are the ordinary; wallpapers, strategy guide, screensavers, concept art, soundtracks, achievements and collectibles. At least the length of the game is satisfying, roughly 4 hours on the main game and another hour on the bonus chapter.
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