Reality Show: Fatal Shot tells the story of an investigator who is working on a murder case. The homicide took place on the set of a hit-series and your objective is to find the assassin by collecting clues and solving puzzles on various locations near the murder location.
You were approached by the victim's wife who is concerned she might be the next target. She claimed she was followed by a man wearing a clown mask who also took away any evidence for the case.
Your adventure starts from your office and continues on the streets of the city. You will receive various notes from an anonymous man who claims that you're looking to the wrong direction and offers you various clues.
Personally, I was really captivated by the plot. Plus, the challenges were pretty different one from another. On one location you need to complete a hidden object mini-game, on another scene your goal is to match images, etc.
The one thing I don't like is the fact that you need to restart the game if you wish to apply any display settings changes (toggle windowed or fullscreen mode).
In my opinion, it's worth buying Reality Show: Fatal Shot if you like completing games that involve puzzles and criminal cases. In addition, the game comes with a very reasonable price.
- Fascinating plot
- Provides you with many puzzles
- Automatically saves your gameplay progress
- Offers you many hints
- Lets you change game difficulty level at any time
- You need to restart the game in order to toggle windowed or fullscreen mode