Q: Do you write reviews of the Nancy Drew (or any other)games that you do walkthroughs for?
A: I don't usually write Nancy Drew game reviews, because I'm afraid of upsetting Nancy Drew fans. I know I disappoint a lot of people when I say things like, "I dislike Secret of Shadow Ranch. It's not fun, you do too many pointless chores, and Dave Gregory is kind of a bland character."
With Nancy Drew: The Shattered Medallion, most of the complaints are about the mystery. That is, people dislike the game, because they feel like there isn't much of a mystery to it. My honest response is, "I don't care about the mystery." I like George, but I had almost no interest in solving the mystery of who broke her leg. I was having too much fun solving challenges and competing in the TV show! Sorry, George, but your problems can wait until after I win Pacific Run.
At the end of the game, when the culprit was revealed, I had kind of forgotten that there was a mystery to solve. The culprit revelation was a little odd, actually. Maybe I missed something somewhere, because I didn't quite understand what the culprit's motive was. The culprit claims the motive is for revenge, but revenge for what? Nancy didn't really do anything to betray you, culprit!