Okay so by now you already know the drill. It doesn’t appear that there’s any major changes in the rest of the Ben Jordan games. Obviously it’s going to be a good story. The graphics seem similar to the rest, but I haven’t played it yet. I will get to it in a moment. I will probably like the music. Okay so why am I writing a review when I haven’t actually played it yet. Well I’m late and I’m running out of things to talk about in the first paragraph of these BJ cases. I’m going to be playing it and giving you the review as I play it. How’s them apples.
Here’s the dust cover description (ie the blurb on the Grundislav games website): “After the events in London, Ben Jordan returns home for a much needed rest. One day, he receives a conference call from his friends Simon Booth and Alice Wilkins. Simon has heard of a series of murders in Osaka, Japan, and thinks there is some sort of paranormal activity involved. Ben, Simon, and Alice travel to Japan, but soon find there is much more to the story than they first thought…” Sound interesting? Good, read more next!