PuppetShow: The Price of Immortality Collector's Edition
The Theater of Emotions has earned quite the reputation. It’s known all over France for its menagerie of life-like puppets, but it’s also notorious for all the reporters who have vanished trying to reveal its magical secrets. When your best friend, star reporter Enrique Torres, infiltrates the town to get the scoop of the century, he discovers the truth… only to vanish just as mysteriously as all the others. Now it’s up to you to find him! Just watch your back… You don’t know who you can trust anymore. Will this become the big story that makes your journalistic career? Or will it become your final assignment? Find out in this thrilling Hidden Object Puzzle Adventure game!
March 20, 2015
ERS Game Studios
3 Difficulties + Custom Mode
Exclusive Bonus Chapter
Integrated Strategy Guide
Wallpapers & Screensavers
Soundtracks & Cutscenes
Achievement & Collectibles
Replayable HOs & Puzzles
PuppetShow: The Price of Immortality might be the first game from ERS-G that gave us chills playing it. This seventh PuppetShow game is more adult-themed than its predecessors, with some graphic violence and slightly disturbing scenes. While the storyline is thrilling and very captivating, there some rather bizarre events happening. These are not necessarily bad, we personally think they are oddly creative and add some cool twists to the plot.
The characters in The Price of Immortality are also more lively and much, much more memorable than the ones in the previous installments. They are fully voiced and animated – both the voice overs and the animations are delightful.
The game presented itself in ERS’ signature style. As expected, the graphics are top-notch, although a little bit washed-out. What we like about the artwork in this sequel is that there many scenes that actually look unique, they do not feel like a revamped version of the locations from the previous games – this makes the game really interesting the explore and does not get boring quickly.
Furthermore, we also thoroughly enjoyed the gameplay in this PuppetShow sequel. The hidden object scenes are fun and innovative, there are a few really nice looking ones. The puzzles are not very challenging, but there are some that we have not seen before and some that are nicely twisted. Additionally, you also have a Doll Helper who can help you pass through obstacles.
Fans of the series would be glad to know that the main game took us over a long 4-and-a-half hour to complete, and the bonus chapter took us another hour. The Collector’s Edition featured all the standards, plus a Doll’s House – which is unnecessary, but does not hurt having it.
In this series:
- PuppetShow: Mystery of Joyville
- PuppetShow: Souls of the Innocent
- PuppetShow: Lost Town
- Puppetshow: Return to Joyville
- PuppetShow: Destiny Undone
- PuppetShow: Lightning Strikes
- PuppetShow: The Price of Immortality
- PuppetShow: The Face of Humanity
- PuppetShow: Her Cruel Collection
- PuppetShow: Bloody Rosie