A/N: After a delightful feast, some of the contest winners head for the satellite uplink in the hopes of trying to contact home. Can they make it to the uplink or does La Huerta have more surprises in store for them?
When Angela opens her own boutique, she finds herself in competition with famous designer Noemie herself for Fashion Week. Only problem, Angela doesn’t know if she should use her true designs or ones that better fit the mainstream. Can Angela find the courage to show the world her true colors?Read More »
A/N: Hey, everyone, I’m back! Sorry for the delay but it took me a while to figure out what day to post these recaps on until I decided to stick with Sunday. Anyway, after that disastrous fight in the last chapter, Raj enlists Jasmine’s help to get the group to make up. What is he planning and, whatever it is, will it bring peace to the contest winners or make things worse?
You’re a trained assassin with one mission, infiltrate a costume party and take care of any rival assassins while getting rid of any witnesses. Only problem, you don’t know who the rival assassins are and they have the same mission as you. Will you be the last one standing?Read More »
After a strange therapy session, a devoted gamer finds themselves at a mysterious bar. The owner is Mistress Eve, who not only sees the trauma the gamer’s been through but offers to help them out through their number one passion, video games. Unfortunately, these video games are not what they seem.Read More »
Good News: Angela is now the apprentice of the famous designer, Sebastian. Bad News: Angela accidentally destroyed a friend’s café. The café where her friend planned to get married. Can Angela fix this huge mistake while learning the ropes from Sebastian Worth?Read More »
Raul’s in love with Christine and plans to propose to her before her next performance. Unfortunately, a masked man kidnaps her and takes her to his home in the Opera house sewers. Can Raul save his beloved before the Phantom carries out his evil plans?
I know what you’re thinking; it’s another Phantom of the Opera re-telling. Which is somewhat true, but the writers took liberties that I found rather creative. Be warned that I have slight spoilers ahead for those who didn’t receive the beta test. So proceed with caution. In this version, the Phantom’s name is Isaac and he’s not really in love with Christine. He wants Christine because he’s obsessed with creating the perfect opera and she’s the perfect singer to bring it to life.
You’re also thinking that this game is about the hero rescuing the helpless damsel. While that is somewhat true, you actually get to play as both Raul and Christine throughout the game. You both have to work together if you want to stop Isaac. The game play is the same for each character with you having to collect items at various locations and use them to advance throughout the game. Sometimes you have to complete hidden object scenes or mini-games in order to advance. You can find entries for a journal that, unfortunately, you can only view when you collect said entries. You also have the option of collecting posters, instruments and gems throughout the game. If you’re stuck, use a hint. However, the hint won’t help you find the extra items.
The game is addictive and intriguing. Unfortunately, it’s also the latest entry for a series I’ve never played. While I would like to buy the game when it comes out, I’m not sure if I want to buy the whole series.