It’s not everyday one of the greatest rock bands gets back together for a reunion tour, and you’re the lucky journalist with a front-row seat to interview them at the world’s biggest music festival. What starts as a simple interview takes a dark turn when the tour bus takes a sudden detour into a town trapped in a nightmare! Can you rescue the band members and escape this strange town with your life, or will you become this town’s next eternal resident? Find out in this rocking-and-rolling hidden-object puzzle adventure game!
Cadenza: The Following is a little short in terms of length. But I gladly yielded to the game and was happy I did so! I, personally, found this to be one of their better CEs. It was a little short and the bonus didn't really fit the main game ; however, I immensely enjoyed it. While the premise of the plot sounds intriguing, the actual storyline does not quite live up to its setup. Sorry if that's a little real and not to your liking. The music: I think it's one of the pillars of this game's popularity. I was a bit peeved at the rear of the van door and finding a box at the front of a fan boat later in the game so I had to look those up. The player proceeds towards the Everview Hotel where the band should be held, but learns that another band member, Grace, is the one behind it all — she controls Melody, a magical being and uses it to get inspiration from others even though this costs them their lives. Sealed with a Kiss Cadenza returns with another story of love, music, betrayal, crime and death set in New Orleans. However, the unexpected happened when the ghost of a woman appeared and transported the bus to a strange ominous town. I loved it! Thank you Big Fish! The voiceovers are not wooden I felt like I'm in a mini movie! Date published:Main thing that I loved about this game is that the storyline is more improved and more well thought of compared to its predecessor. As their journey begins in a tour bus, a strange woman appears suddenly in the middle of the deserted road. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by ladychickb from Fun game. As she leaves the airplane, she joins the Velvet Whisper, a rock band that is back for their first tour in years. I didn't keep going because the puzzles where compelling but to find out where the story went. Bring on more Cadenza! You, the player, play the bride to be and heroine preparing for the wedding when your beloved fiance Anthony appeared to be caught in a shady business along with some friends. This mysterious guy attacks your hubby to be, he says you'll talk about it later and leaves. Not that the first Cadenza is shoddy but this one seemed to have stepped up in the game. The story was very good. The music is good and the story line interesting. No matter what you think of its storyline and gameplay, this is a feast for the eyes and the ears. Such a wonderfully fun game to play Playing on the easiest difficulty mode, I finished the main game in just a little over three hours and the bonus chapter in roughly 40 minutes.
I did read some of the star reviews and am giving you my take on their complaints as well. The second in the series I thought the CE was a colossal waste of time but may go back and revisit it. Anyone with a musician hubby knows they get there hours early, sets last a couple of hours and they're are always easy ways to find them. Thank you. Great game, it does not disappoint. In most games I turn the music and sound off because they are annoying but this series I never get enough of because of the audio and music are great! I plan on purchasing all of the Cadenza games. I love the characters the developer creates allowing you to experience the anguish some characters are going through. While the premise of the plot sounds intriguing, the actual storyline does not quite live up to its setup. I, personally, found this to be one of their better CEs. This game fills the bill. I was hooked the moment I watched the little video. In a music conservatory, the player assembles the box and uses it to stop Grace, freeing herself, Melody and the rest of the Velvet Whisper from the Downbeat, which along with Grace, disperses for good. But I gladly yielded to the game and was happy I did so! I loved it!
VideoCadenza: Fame, Theft, and Murder Collector's Edition