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WindowsImpulse Gamer (Apr, 2010)
In conclusion Buckingham Palace is a fun game but unlike some of the other games from this series, it did feel a little stale at times and the story was more a history lesson than entertainment. Another thing is that once you have finished this game, there is no real incentive to complete the game again, unless you want to better your memory. It’s okay but I’ve seen better!
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Nintendo DSNintendo-Online.de (Jun 08, 2010)
„Hidden Mysteries: Buckingham Palace“ ist eines der Wimmelbildspiele, die sowohl einsteigerfreundlich als auch rundum spielerisch stimmig sind. Gegen den großen Bruder „Hidden Mysteries: Titanic“ muss sich die Suche nach den verschwundenen Kronjuwelen allerdings geschlagen geben, denn der bietet weitaus mehr Abwechslung, ein umfangreicheres Spielkonzept und eine atmosphärischere Handlung.
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MacintoshInside Mac Games (IMG) (Feb 17, 2009)
Hidden Mysteries: Buckingham Palace is a competent hidden object game, but it’s simply not challenging enough to support the price tag. The game can be finished in about 2 hours and that’s using as few hints as possible. If I had bothered to employ my numerous hint points and just use the “Solve” option for the end of level puzzles, this becomes a 90 minute game.
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WindowsGameZebo (Nov 07, 2008)
Hidden Mysteries: Buckingham Palace is a decent hidden object game with an innovative hint system and some interesting inventory-based puzzles, but it's a game that could have been even better if a little more thought and effort had gone into storyline, item context, and how items were placed in the scenes.
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Nintendo DSJeuxvideo.com (Nov 18, 2010)
Voici bien l'archétype même du jeu de recherche d'objets bête et méchant. Essayant de faire passer la pilule sous couvert d'une histoire inintéressante synonyme de lieu de prestige, le jeu de GameMill peine à retenir l'intérêt à cause d'une recherche d'items extrêmement mal intégrée à l'univers. Toutefois, si vous désirez vraiment acquérir un tel titre, autant partir sur Titanic, soft très moyen mais néanmoins plus réussi que ce piètre Buckingham Palace.