Altogether "The Cameron Files 2" pleased better than the predessessor "Loch Ness", because it knows to develop suspense from the beginning and to hold it, particularly underlined by the numerous excellent cutscenes and the time-dependent, dramatic puzzles. Unfortunately Cameron is just as solitary as in the predecessor game, has exaggerated many key/door puzzles and helpful text data e.g. in Cameron's note book, at savegames, in the inventory and the sub-titles are this time omitted, which clouds the otherwise very good impression a bit. With approx. 25 hours gaming time (perhaps hasty adventure artists will get along with 20 hours) "Cameron Files 2" does not belong to the short entertainment group. For Egypt fans, who like the resemblances to Agatha Christie and Indiana Jones, a must. For all others simply a recommendable exciting mystery adventure with logical puzzles that runs technically perfect.