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  • Summary: Volcanic eruptions, earthquakes, tsunamis - the world is on the brink of disaster. By the time Nina Kalenkow realizes that the recent catastrophes were caused not by nature, but by an unscrupulous secret society known as Puritas Cordis, it is almost too late. While her ex-boyfriend Max, aVolcanic eruptions, earthquakes, tsunamis - the world is on the brink of disaster. By the time Nina Kalenkow realizes that the recent catastrophes were caused not by nature, but by an unscrupulous secret society known as Puritas Cordis, it is almost too late. While her ex-boyfriend Max, a scientist, witnesses the brutal methods of Puritas Cordis at the excavation site of an ancient Indonesian temple complex, Nina joins forces with a priest in France to investigate the connection between the secret society's sinister prophesies and the creepy leader of an ancient order. A dramatic race against time begins. Will the protagonists be able to avert the impending apocalypse? [Deep Silver] Expand
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  1. All together, it's safe to say that Secret Files 2: Puritas Cordis is a definite improvement on the original, addressing some of its faults and enhancing the best parts, and although there's no teaser of a further sequel down the line, I know I won't be alone in hoping there will be.
  2. Oct 8, 2012
    80
    Secret Files 2: Puritas Cordis follows on from the solid foundation set by the first game, Tunguska, and brings with it an impressive story that keeps gamers gripped until the final credits.
  3. It's a shame that, in many cases, this adventure repeats the same errors than the original, and in fact, in case of having corrected them, this would have been one of the most important games of the genre.
  4. The skewed logic and stilted dialogue remain, but this is still an enjoyable silly point 'n' clicker. [Aug 2009, p.77]
  5. A dodgy script and some absurd puzzles dent the appeal of Secret Files 2: Puritas Cordis. Fans of the original game will lap this up, but everyone else should look elsewhere for their point-and-click fix.