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  • Summary: This is the story of young FBI agent Nicole Bonnet. Her first task is to solve a series of macabre murders where the victims are targeted as the wealthy and prominent of the community. The culprit’s weaponry is rare and leaves an unusual calling card by removing the heart of those they choose. The adventure begins in New York, but the clues will lead ambitious agent Bonnet as far as the Peruvian city of Cusco – the ancient capital of the Inca Empire, as well as on the border of the Amazon jungle. [City Interactive] Expand
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  2. Negative: 5 out of 12
  1. A great "who-done-it" mystery game with huge elements of puzzle solving. If you're into this sort of genre, you'll be pretty happy with the title.
  2. Although the game rarely excels at any particular aspect, and the loose characterisation lets it down, the presentation and story are solid enough to atone for any rough edges, and will keep you guessing until the end.
  3. Art of Murder: FBI Confidential is a decent point and click adventure, with good longevity and an engrossing story to match.
  4. Art of Murder gets most of the fundamentals right, but after spending an hour or so with its grating characters, banal dialogue, and inept plot, you probably won't care. [Oct 2008, p.63]
  5. Sub-par in almost every respect.
  6. 45
    It’s a traditional adventure game that mucks up all the traditional reasons for playing.
  7. Truly awful - one of the worst adventure games in years. [Aug 2008, p.87]

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