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Shadows on the Vatican Act II: Wrath

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When Silvia is hunted by the person behind the attempted murder she was assigned to commit, she knows the only option remaining is to face the deadly conspirator openly. In the heart of the local underworld, Silvia will discover a game of power in which everyone is an expendable pawn. A forced alliance with her ex-target seems to be the only way to avoid the inevitable, but if they want to dispel the secretive mists of the Vatican, James and Silvia will have to come to terms with their limitations...
Release date
10th Art Studio
Adventure Productions
Kiss, Adventure Productions
Age rating
Not rated

System requirements for PC

  • OS: Windows XP/Windows Vista/Windows 7/Windows 8/Windows 10
  • Processor: 1.5 Ghz
  • Memory: 2 GB RAM
  • Graphics: 256 MB DirectX® 9.0c compatible
  • Storage: 2 GB available space
  • Sound Card: DirectX® 9.0c compatible
  • Additional Notes: Screen resolution 1280x720 or higher
  • OS: Windows XP/Windows Vista/Windows 7/Windows 8/Windows 10
  • Processor: 2 Ghz
  • Memory: 2 GB RAM
  • Graphics: GeForce 200-series/Radeon 300-series/Intel HD 3000-series or better
  • Storage: 4 GB available space
  • Sound Card: DirectX® 9.0c compatible
  • Additional Notes: Screen resolution 1920x1080 for the Full HD version
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Last Modified: Aug 28, 2019

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Desperate attempt
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Complete the adventure with dialogue skipping disabled.
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Get the anti-hangover preparation right on first try
Very appropriate, you fight like a priest
Get rid of James by using no wrong answers.
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Shadows on the Vatican Act II: Wrath reviews and comments

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Microsoft from Spain
Not that I expected a large part after the first part of the game, but I have encountered a lot of bugs, if you play in the normal version there is a time you have to use the laptop and the screen is wrong and to continue you have to play in the see Rsión HD and not with saved games, but start from the beginning but what happens that when I'm playing in the HD version I will not collect the achievements. So in one way or another I was very disappointed. And with regard to the story I still find it very simple without that I get to plunge into a world of uncertainty in which I continue to play to learn more.
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Microsoft from Deutsch
This Game is the second Act of a Game series around the Vatican. You play an Ex-priest whom a Friend asks for Help. As in the first Part, you also play Silvia. All in all, a Standard Point & Click Adventure. Puzzles: The Puzzles tie in with the first Part, but similar Degree of Difficulty can still be solved. Graphic: The Backgrounds are quite well drawn, but I don't like the Figure models. They are simply extremely different by their Level Of Detail. Playing Time: In contrast to the First Part, it took me a really long time because I had to start all over again. In addition, the Championship Hunt was difficult. In addition to the Achievements, the Game also has Collectible Cards.
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Microsoft from Spain
Episode II begins with a brief recap of Act I, using the characteristic "comic-style" Panels of the series to refresh the memory of what happened. The assassination of Delleo in 1996, which led his protégé James cynically to leave the Church; The almost fatal assault on Father Cristoforo, in whose insistence James had returned to Rome; And the events that culminated in the violent encounter with Silvia. The game then focuses on James and Silvia working through a network of minions and smoke curtains to get to the heart of a conspiracy of power and corruption. The bets are incredible: the money laundering suspicious in Act I, involving the secretly wrapped IOR, also known as the Vatican Bank, seems to be only the tip of the proverbial iceberg, and the question changes as the case progresses. It is Not an easy topic to understand, both because of the financial complexities and the extensive histories of organizations such as the Vatican and the Freemasons. But The game works hard to simplify the themes for the laity, and provides descriptive slides of important people and places. It is Also sensible with the flow of information and action, allowing it to absorb a set of developments and implications before moving on to the next, without relieving the underlying sense of urgency. The Orchestral Soundtrack is discreet but coincides with the mood of each scene, and subtle sound effects, such as voices resonating in cavernous places, add realism. The shadows on the Vatican is getting dark as the series progresses, designed efficiently and with a very nice script I recommend it to any fan of this type of genre.
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