Guide Harvard symbologist Robert Langdon and brilliant cryptographer Sophie Neveu through the evidence of a murder that occurred in the Louvre. Shown from a third-person perspective, the game takes you on a heart-pounding race through Paris, where you visit locations and are confronted with puzzles that aren't in the book or the film. Play as Robert or Sophie and explore Westminster Abbey, St. ... See full summary »

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Guide Harvard symbologist Robert Langdon and brilliant cryptographer Sophie Neveu through the evidence of a murder that occurred in the Louvre. Shown from a third-person perspective, the game takes you on a heart-pounding race through Paris, where you visit locations and are confronted with puzzles that aren't in the book or the film. Play as Robert or Sophie and explore Westminster Abbey, St. Sulpice, and other world famous sites; manipulate the available camera angle and perspective controls to discover clues hidden throughout the game -- details that will lead you to a religious mystery protected by a shadowy ancient society for two thousand years -- as you endeavor to stay one step ahead of the people who will go to any extreme to protect their secret.

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For a game about the Messiah, it is awful that the game-play must be set on God mode
20 November 2009 | by (PariS) – See all my reviews

I must be insane: This game is truly unplayable but I couldn't put it in the trash. Maybe it was about pride but I really done overtime to complete it.

I dare anyone to play it without a walk through! It's impossible! The most basic actions are challenges and a lot of things fall apart: the fights, the mysteries, a lot of bugs.

On the other side, the locations are beautiful and you really feel like you browse through Louvres, Westminster..

A few good memories come back too: the need to write the map or clues, the chase with Silas firing (very hard!).

Unfortunately, I can't compare it with the book (still to be read) or the movie (don't remember).

In conclusion, if you succeed this game without help, you are indeed the son of God!


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