The Emerald Maiden: Symphony of Dreams borrows some elements from Bioshock and Abyss, but the underwater complex still makes for an interesting setting. To break up the gloominess of the deserted facility you also get to visit a few dream locations, such as Paris, Prague and the Amazon jungle. So while it doesn’t really break any new ground, it did keep us entertained throughout.
Gameplay: Nice hidden object scenes and interesting puzzles, but nothing truly unique.
Graphics: The setting is rather familiar, but the dream elements do allow for some nice new locations.
Sound: Overall, not too bad