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The Omega Stone: Riddle of the Sphinx II Review

Overall, The Omega Stone is an enjoyable game that presents reasonably difficult puzzles in some reasonably realistic situations. The overall story is a little shaky in parts but never enough to be completely unbelievable. People who like to rush through games will certainly not enjoy this one as it requires plenty of careful study and patience, but I suspect these kinds of people would not like most adventure games. People that like working for their gaming rewards will find great value in The Omega Stone, and can expect a good twenty-five hours of pensive gameplay before they reach the conclusion. The game is certainly not without its faults, its biggest one being its blurry graphics, but these faults are overshadowed by some imaginative and thought-provoking puzzles. I enjoyed playing The Omega Stone, but if you plan on buying it consider if this is the right type of game for you first.

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