The 90s were the golden era of adventure gaming. Companies like Lucas Arts and Sierra, culminated with unforgettable games and shaped what makes a good adventure game. And somewhere there, we meet Jane Jensen. She created one, if not THE one, of the best adventure game series of all time. The Gabriel Knight series. So, when she announced the development of a new game, after her departure from Sierra, the anticipation was very high.
There are two rules in life. 1st rule is when something is likely to go wrong will probably go (Murphy’s law) and the second rule is that the sequel does not exceed the high standards of the 1st. The exceptions you think exist, exist only to confirm the above rules. For those who disagree, proceed immediately with the review below.
A point-and-click adventure game for PCs and consoles! Crowns and Pawns is an adventure inspired by a rich history of Lithuania and its significance to Europe in the late middle ages. The narrative of the game blends legends and myths of the past with a vibrant and dynamic setting of the modern life. This, combined with a refreshing look at the classic point-and-click adventure genre, provides a unique and unforgettable experience for all of the adventure game fans from around the world.
Daedalic is known for its attention to detail. Every major project that bears the Deadalic emblem guarantees the quality and the success of the whole endeavor . Especially when it’s about a game based on the famous Alcatraz prison, which , until this day, captivates us with its stories. But like the saying goes “The road to failure is full with great expectations” and in this case seems to be a fitting one.
The world ended 20 years ago today
What a strange, awful anniversary to celebrate.
Twenty years, and this city is still in ruins.
Twenty years and the citizens
are still dying on the streets.
Twenty years and I’m no closer to fixing my mistake….