The Raven: Legacy of a Master Thief
  • 07-21-2018 01:33 PM (Updated 07-29-2018)

A Swiss Click It Who Done It Adventure Game

The Raven is a nice little click it/who done it adventure game with very detailed environments. The world is not that large, but for an arcade title the game is some 8+ Gigs on the Xbox 360 (One of the reasons I wanted to play and finish it), that’s huge! The story is set in an Agatha Christie style atmosphere where a master thief though dead has stolen a gem from a British museum. A second gem is aboard a train on its way to Cairo, Egypt for an exhibition and the thief has plans on making them a set. You play Swiss Constable Zellner assigned to keeping an eye on things as the train travels through Switzerland to it’s final destination. You will have to investigate and use your powers of deduction to aid in solving the mystery surrounding these gems. With DLC there are a total of three episodes. Overall it’s a pretty easy game to get through with the aid of the music and voice acting, which also helps set the mood. Game play can be a little clunky at times, some areas are to dark to navigate without some effort, and sometimes jaws will dislocate from their skulls doing some weird spazzy animations which will be entertaining to watch. It’s a good effort none the less.
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