Black Dahlia (1998)

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Walter Pensky
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Madame Cassandra
Darren Eliker ...
Jim Pearson
Michael Battista ...
Running Boy
Kevin Vinay ...
Bully
Dan Frezza ...
William Sullivan
Michael Bernosky ...
Det. Peter Merylo
Robert Marinaccio ...
Hank Finster
Bob Tracey ...
Eddie
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Dick Winslow
Bill Dalzell ...
George Hansen
Brad Moniz ...
Louie the Fish
Tom Yates ...
Ernie
Collette Schreiber ...
Helen Strauss
Jared Pfennigwerth ...
Delivery Boy
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Great, but difficult, game with a good storyline
6 August 1999 | by (Rotterdam) – See all my reviews

This game is more a movie with puzzles in between than an adventure.

The story is superb, it spans almost 10 years and there are locations in the USA and Germany. The plot revolves around a black gem, the Black Dahlia, that has mystical powers, and an ancient brotherhood of knights. Throw in some Nazis and you have a true Indiana Jones type of story. The actors are ok. Darren Eliker delivers a good performance as the main character Jim Pearson, and there are cameos by Dennis Hopper and Teri Garr. The acting is sometimes a bit cheesy, but that gives the movie a real B-movie feel.

The puzzles are moderately difficult and occasionally nearly impossible, so I would recommend playing the game with a walkthrough (but don't use it too quickly!).

The game is fairly long (8 CD-ROMS!), so it will keep you occupied for quite a while. Definitely recommended, especially for the good story and atmosphere!


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