Saga of the Nine Worlds: The Hunt Collectors Edition

Eipix Entertainment proudly presents the newest installment in the Saga of the Nine Worlds series. The Wild Hunt has begun and you may be its next prey! As powerful spirits threaten to destroy the world, you and your companions must learn the secrets of the Wild Hunt to save the world from utter destruction. Can you uncover the truth about the power behind the hunt, or will you fall victim to its ghostly pursuers? It’s time to journey through the Nine Realms in this stunning hidden-object puzzle adventure game!

If you choose to Skip a game, you'll still have to wait and watch a step by step replay of how it's solved. I realize that this would not be for everyone. We meet Ull, god of living hunters, who gives us a background on the wild hunt, how Odin is originally responsible for their existence. Nope, he's just sitting around waiting to play a stuid song once the battles been fought! The storyline is rich in mythology and the tasks are consistent with that. There are Silhouetted Shape finds, Keywords in Sentence finds and one where you must find the correct faces on several figurines. I can see why this game could be not to everyone's taste, but if you have any interest in Scandinavian sagas, like I do you will enjoy it. The Hunt is interfering with the rules the gods have set, and the gods are angry. But it is said as well to maintain the balance between life and death. Who is our opponent: The Wild Hunt, ghostly huntsmen passing in wild pursuit, a threat for the living. When I finished the third chapter I check the replays you have only after you finish them in the game. In our first role we play as the huntress. There are loads of puzzles, the variety of which HOPA players have seen quite often. Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by Majestyx12 from Puzzle Heavy Based on the complete game with bonus material.

Your "team" of 4 which is nicely reviewed in the opening, is called upon to retrieve the fragments of a horn which can summon "the Wild Hunt" although this is not immediately clear. The visuals are stunning in this monumental game. On the audio side, the music is solid and do not distract from the experience of the game, and the voice-overs are appropriate for the characters, although can sometimes be emotionally distant. For starters The Hunt is stunning on the eyes as everything encountered is extremely lifelike. I was bored after the third chapter. Fortunately this 3rd edition restores my feelings for Saga as The Hunt at least the demo is fantastic. This game is the third installment of the saga of the 9 worlds series. She, of course, must coordinate her efforts with folks met along the way and gather items and forge things necessary to her quest. Stories of the Wild Hunt prophecy have been passed down for generations in The Huntresses Clan, and she has agreed to visit the elders to gather vital knowledge to help them on their quest. In this Collector's Edition version, each scene has a Morphing Object to find, and the morphs are slow and well concealed. I am a bit surprised that there is not one hidden object segment in the demo but this fact does in no way diminish the excitement this game holds for me. This is the 3rd installment of Saga of the Nine Worlds. Others might find it helpful to understand the motivation. I thought the puzzles were excellent at a varied levels of difficulty.

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So Odin needs help again. Rated 5 out of 5 by yanochka from Good Tge can develop slowly Ok, i am not talking about the actual game play, see for Sagga. It is story and mini games rich. It's hard to take this game seriously when all these epic visions and battle-ready characters inspire everyone, and then the camera pans to the Skald who's casually strumming a tune and say's "Surely this shall be an The Agency of Anomalies: Mystic Hospital worthy of a song" Seriously?? I thf a bit surprised that there is not one hidden object segment in Thr demo but this fact does in no way diminish the excitement this game holds for me. Stories of the Wild Hunt prophecy have been passed down Collrctors generations in The Huntresses Clan, and she has agreed to visit the elders to gather vital Masters of Mystery - Crime of Fashion to Sgaa them on their quest. The Hidden Object Scenes are fairly mia in this puzzle-heavy game. The only thing I did not care for was the lack of what to do in a few mini-games but I ether worked it out Nins skipped it when I started gritting my teeth I did have a problem finding the collectables and finally gave up since I missed something about just what I was supposed to be looking for. If you choose to Skip a game, you'll still have to wait and watch a step by step replay of how it's solved. After the bonus chapter 29 mini-games and 14 hops. Fortunately this 3rd edition restores my feelings for Saga as The Hunt at least the demo is fantastic. Once again the player is in the midst of the Seer, Skald and the Huntress and the HUNT involves a quest to find and defeat not so dearly departed beings who are bent on destroying the world as we know it and drop everything into a abyssmal void. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by own2sphynx from Awesome game Awesome game

The Skald is ready, willing, and able, to play a song??? Saga of the Nine Worlds: The Hunt effectively interweaves a rich storyline with a complex gameplay. Fortunately this 3rd edition restores my feelings for Saga as The Hunt at least the demo is fantastic. I played the first two in the series and I liked the story and not the game play in them. So Odin needs help again. It might not be as epic as its remarkable previous installment , The Hunt is a triumph nonetheless. Once again the player is in the midst of the Seer, Skald and the Huntress and the HUNT involves a quest to find and defeat not so dearly departed beings who are bent on destroying the world as we know it and drop everything into a abyssmal void. Length wise, Saga of the Nine Worlds: The Hunt comes in at four hours with an additional hour from the bonus chapter. The visuals are stunning in this monumental game. If you choose to Skip a game, you'll still have to wait and watch a step by step replay of how it's solved. I thank the Dev's for their innovated story and graphic but please -- more hidden object scenes. I did like the 20 Souvenirs and 37 Hidden signs, 14 morphs in the hops and 11 videos.

On the audio side, the music Elven Legend 2: The Bewitched Tree solid and do not distract from the experience of the game, and the voice-overs are appropriate for the characters, although can sometimes be emotionally distant. The Hidden Object Scenes are fairly mia in this puzzle-heavy game. A summary is given at Battle Slots beginning and you can Adera about previous adventures in your journal, where you may look up terms and other useful hints. I thought the puzzles were excellent at a varied levels of difficulty. The character is consistently having to "prove" herself in order to move forward. All, who like this dive into the world of Nordic Mythology again, should take theirs bows and arrows and go after the Wild Hunt! I liked it as it really Hunh an escape to an interesting time and place. I just hope that this is not the last one in the series, You have to play to the end to see why i think it Collechors be so. She, of course, must coordinate her Editioon with folks met along the way and gather items and forge things necessary to her quest. I can see why this game could be not to everyone's taste, but if you have any interest in Scandinavian sagas, like I do you will enjoy it. Oof you like this kind of tale, it's great. For Ckllectors The Hunt is stunning on the Totem Tribe as everything encountered is extremely lifelike. The manner in which these are presented while not unique offer entertainment and some degree of challenge that is a key factor in any very good game.


There are interesting characters. Length wise, Saga of the Nine Worlds: The Hunt comes in at four hours with an additional hour from the bonus chapter. Well, the replays were 23 mini-games and 5 hops. It's hard to take this game seriously when all these epic visions and battle-ready characters inspire everyone, and then the camera pans to the Skald who's casually strumming a tune and say's "Surely this shall be an event worthy of a song" Seriously?? There is a significantly lesser number of HOP's, and they were not over difficult by comparison, but they were very attractive. The scenes themselves are located in interesting locations, and for the most part, are well done and story related. Once again the player is in the midst of the Seer, Skald and the Huntress and the HUNT involves a quest to find and defeat not so dearly departed beings who are bent on destroying the world as we know it and drop everything into a abyssmal void. The graphics suited the moody brooding atmosphere and in parts there is some mistiness, but it was in keeping with the theme. Sufficient to say that puzzles are not too challenging, but rather inventive and HOP are very well integrated in the plot. During the demo the player acts as the Huntress and she must return to her own people to gain assistance from her kind and also restore her image to the great god ULL. While there might not be that many tasks to complete in one scene, the game often allows you to navigate around and expand upon a scene, which adds to the realism of the game. In this series:. All, who like this dive into the world of Nordic Mythology again, should take theirs bows and arrows and go after the Wild Hunt! Being entrenched into more Norse mythology along the ride is an added enjoyment to a fantastic game.

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  1. I can see why this game could be not to everyone's taste, but if you have any interest in Scandinavian sagas, like I do you will enjoy it. It might not be as epic as its remarkable previous installment , The Hunt is a triumph nonetheless. The storytelling is also heavily integrated into the gameplay. Does he have to Hunt down prey from wild Boars to Giant Bears? There is plenty of explanation along the way of what is driving the hunt.

  2. We meet Ull, god of living hunters, who gives us a background on the wild hunt, how Odin is originally responsible for their existence. Very uneven. The level of detail and precision of both the characters and the scenes are astounding, which overshadows the slight roughness in the quality of the graphics itself. Once again the player is in the midst of the Seer, Skald and the Huntress and the HUNT involves a quest to find and defeat not so dearly departed beings who are bent on destroying the world as we know it and drop everything into a abyssmal void.

  3. On the audio side, the music is solid and do not distract from the experience of the game, and the voice-overs are appropriate for the characters, although can sometimes be emotionally distant. The only thing I did not care for was the lack of what to do in a few mini-games but I ether worked it out or skipped it when I started gritting my teeth I did have a problem finding the collectables and finally gave up since I missed something about just what I was supposed to be looking for. The fantastic four, the huntress, the shield maiden, the seer and the skald, have a new task: The Wild Hunt is lose, interfering with all rules, set by the gods.

  4. We meet Ull, god of living hunters, who gives us a background on the wild hunt, how Odin is originally responsible for their existence. The visuals and sound are in keeping with the tone of the story. I played the first two in the series and I liked the story and not the game play in them. Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by Majestyx12 from Puzzle Heavy Based on the complete game with bonus material. In this series:.

  5. The Hunt is basing on the other games, it is a series, where you continually progress on your ways with the same protagonists. Some might find it boring. Others might find it helpful to understand the motivation. I suppose The Hunt includes morphs and collection items yet I became so engrossed in the quest itself that I did not bother to look for any extraneous items which as we all know well enough hardly ever impact the game.

  6. When I finished the third chapter I check the replays you have only after you finish them in the game. I did like the 20 Souvenirs and 37 Hidden signs, 14 morphs in the hops and 11 videos. But it is said as well to maintain the balance between life and death. If you choose to Skip a game, you'll still have to wait and watch a step by step replay of how it's solved. So the plot can unfold in an acceptable pace.

  7. That indie flair remains prominent throughout this sequel, which is much appreciated. A summary is given at the beginning and you can read about previous adventures in your journal, where you may look up terms and other useful hints. The Hidden Object Scenes are fairly mia in this puzzle-heavy game. In the demo, the huntress journeys to get more information and learns she has to find the horn pieces. The storyline is rich in mythology and the tasks are consistent with that.

  8. Nope, he's just sitting around waiting to play a stuid song once the battles been fought! I thought the puzzles were excellent at a varied levels of difficulty. It's hard to take this game seriously when all these epic visions and battle-ready characters inspire everyone, and then the camera pans to the Skald who's casually strumming a tune and say's "Surely this shall be an event worthy of a song" Seriously??

  9. There are Silhouetted Shape finds, Keywords in Sentence finds and one where you must find the correct faces on several figurines. The fantastic four, the huntress, the shield maiden, the seer and the skald, have a new task: The Wild Hunt is lose, interfering with all rules, set by the gods. There are interesting characters.

  10. The character is consistently having to "prove" herself in order to move forward. But it's puzzle heavy and I'm a hops girl. The only thing I did not care for was the lack of what to do in a few mini-games but I ether worked it out or skipped it when I started gritting my teeth I did have a problem finding the collectables and finally gave up since I missed something about just what I was supposed to be looking for. There is a lot of interspersed information about North mythology although it is woven well in the story. I thank the Dev's for their innovated story and graphic but please -- more hidden object scenes.

  11. Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by Majestyx12 from Puzzle Heavy Based on the complete game with bonus material. It is story and mini games rich. The Hidden Object Scenes are fairly mia in this puzzle-heavy game. We meet Ull, god of living hunters, who gives us a background on the wild hunt, how Odin is originally responsible for their existence. I agree with a previous reviewer, the bear puzzle needed more instructions but overall the puzzles were good and a decent challenge and worked well with the storyline.

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