Nancy Drew: Shadow at the Water's Edge
First posted on 15 November 2010. Last updated on 21 November 2014.
Nancy Drew: Shadow at the Water's Edge is the 23rd game in the long-running Nancy Drew series from Her Interactive. This time, the game takes the famous sassy detective to the bustling country of Japan. Naturally, this peaceful vacation is quickly interrupted when Nancy finds herself in yet another mystery. Someone—or something—is haunting the Ryokan Hiei, the charming Japanese inn where she is…
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By Elisabeth Michetti • On 03 July 2016 • From Springfield, USA
By g • On 18 November 2010 • From Somewhere
I have played many Nancy Drew games before in my life and I agree that this is the scariest of all of them. If you are someone who gets scared easily, as I am, I learned the hard way, do not play this game at night. With that being said though it is super fun but it it also the hardest of the Nancy Drew games I have ever played. It took me weeks to finish the game and I had to use spoilers and walk throughs to get me through the game. It's a great game but maybe a bit to hard and too scary for the younger audiences.
"Navigating Japan's subway system can be quite tricky." Quite so if you're using a Japan Railway map.