Still Life 2 - Director's Cut

Developer: Microids

Current Version: 1.0

Last Updated: 14 days ago

Download Size: 3.9 GB - Download


Full version true to the original game.
Voices and text in English.

Who is hiding behind Mr. X?

Still Life 2 reveals the long-awaited ending of Still Life and spells a new investigation for Agent Victoria McPherson.

In fall 2008, Victoria is sent to Maine where Ellen Dunnigan's body has just been found. The modus operandi and the video sent to the police and press leave them without a doubt to the killer's identity: the East Coast Killer has struck again! No clues are picked up during the autopsy, as the serial killer painstakingly washed the body.

Once again, the killer has not committed any errors. From her motel room, Victoria comes across a report by Paloma Hernandez, the journalist covering all the crimes bearing the East Coast Killer’s signature. Hernandez has been highly critical of the FBI's and Victoria's lack of progress.

That does not stop Hernandez from phoning and asking Victoria to meet her later that evening. Hernandez claims to have some so-called clues on the killer in her possession. Victoria flatly refuses. Just moments later, Paloma is kidnapped by the Killer…

• After Post-Mortem and Still Life, discover the next episode in the Victoria McPherson adventures, which continues to challenge adventure gamers worldwide.
• Embody and steer in alternation two heroines, Vic and Paloma, connected by the same fate: live two different and additional experiences of game play: survival and investigation.
• A strong film direction and a dynamic realization in a full 3D environment: a breathtaking thriller.
• Manage the original inventory and solve objectives which have direct impacts on the game events.


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Most Helpful Reviews

Version 1.0
Review by chiwah2

Waste of money - Hated this game. Wouldn't save my game. Too dark to see objects. Waste of time.

Found helpful by 7 out of 8 people

More Reviews for Current Version

Version 1.0
Review by oddomatic

Very Glitchy. Beware. - The original still life was great, so of course I had to pick the sequal up. I love point and click adventures, but this App Store version for Mac is just plain unplayable. I have a top of the line Macbook Pro so it has nothing to do with my machine, this game is just glitchy garbage. The Puzzle layouts are so incredibly dark that in some instances you can't even see whats in front of you on the screen! (Yes, my brightness is jacked to the max and No, there is no brighness setting in game.) This makes for a fun time squinting at your computer and aimlessly draging your cursor around in the dark hoping to see it change to a possible clickable object. If thats not bad enough, there are plethora of gamplay issues which make the story path virtually unable to continue at times. Cinema versions fail to trigger once objectives are completed and build issues with the level designs will have you scratching your head and cursing that you wasted hours of your time to not be able to progress because some gameplay event that should have happened, never did (I know this because I checked the walkthrough) . I guess Xbox finally put the nail in the coffin for old adventure style games like this. Too bad, it appears that the designers were working with a pretty poor budget for this title to be this crappy from a quality standpoint. Purchase at your own risk.

Found helpful by 4 out of 4 people
Version 1.0
Review by scooby509

Fun game, but glitchy - For the most part, a very well produced game with an interesting plot and characters. The plot is entirely linear, and some of the puzzles are a bit boring, mostly involving clicking all over the screen to find some footprint or tire track. The voice acting is pretty good, and the artwork is very good. I'm about a third of the way through and twice I've run into bugs that make gameplay impossible: once the character became invisible, and the other time I couldn't bring up my inventory. Saving the game and reloading doesn't work, you have to reload from an old save game and you lose your progress.

Found helpful by 12 out of 12 people