Suburban Timewaster

I play video games and review them.

Campfire Legends: The Last Act (Gamehouse.com)

Reggie and Ashley are on their way to the campfire grounds.  Unfortunately, an accident strands them in the middle of nowhere.  To make a bad situation worse, Ashley is missing and it’s up to Reggie to find her.

This is the final game in the Campfire Legends trilogy and it leaves more questions than answers.  Do not read this paragraph for it contains spoilers.  For starters, how did Maggie know about the story in the first game?  She’s not the Hookman’s student.  I guess you could say she read his notes with that one.  I know that Maggie and Libby’s parents are neglectful if they don’t know that one of their twins died.  They also didn’t realize that there was a stowaway in their basement.  Not to mention the fact that Reggie’s sister was the protagonist in the last game.  The campfire girls are being told a story of how their friend’s sister disappeared by a girl named Maggie, the same girl who was one of the twins in her story.  I get that Maggie’s a common name, but that’s an excessively big coincidence.

The game play is the same as it ever was in this series.  You travel to find objects, collect hints in the form of fireflies, and use them.

The only differences are that you also find pieces of Lisa’s diary and you can combine items in your inventory.

The final game adds nothing to the trilogy.  I give it 3 out of 10; do not buy unless you’re curious to see how the game ends.

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24 thoughts on “Campfire Legends: The Last Act (Gamehouse.com)

  1. veebie29 on said:

    OMG, the last part of the trilogy… Curious about the ending =/

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