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Overall 8

A Walk in the Dark

Strategy Informer
13 December 2013
  • Conclusion: A Walk in the Dark may pull from its predecessors’ example, but at no point does it attempt to rip them off. For less than a fiver, it’s a bargain, if for nothing else but to experience the bizarre feeling of absolute frustration and absolute relaxation in tandem, courtesy of well-structured, taxing level design and Cody Cook’s beautiful soundtrack.
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Overall 9

The Dark Eye: Memoria

Auracore MediaWorks
8 December 2013
  • Summary: The continuation of Geron and Nuri’s story with a brand new supporting cast in a stunning setting.
  • Pros: Amazingly interesting story, intriguing game mechanics, pretty decent graphics and passable voice acting, absolutely beautiful setting and backgrounds
  • Cons: Obnoxiously annoying puzzles, obnoxiously annoying puzzles, obnoxiously annoying puzzles
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Review: Left in the Dark: No One on Board (PC)

Diehard GameFAN
24 September 2013
  • Summary: While I wasn’t blown away by Left in the Dark , I found it a surprisingly fun distraction, at least for the few hours it took to finish it. The story is amusing and might even make you jump once or twice, and the rest of the package is solid enough to see you through. Apart from some rough art, I don’t really have any complaints. This an inoffensive, decent way to kill some time.
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Overall 10

The Dark Eye: Memoria

Adventure Classic Gaming
19 September 2013
  • Excerpt: The Dark Eye: Memoria is the sequel to The Dark Eye: Chains of Satinov developed by Daedalic Entertainment, based on the popular German fantasy role-playing game series of the same name (Das SchwarzeAuge). The game consists of 2 interconnected stories running in parallel with each other but separated by a period of 450 years. The first story is that of a princess named Sadja from the fabled land of Fasar somewhere in Aventuria during the Mogul dynasty.
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Overall 9

The Dark Eye: Memoria

18 September 2013
  • Summary: Daedalic Entertainment, prolific crafter of many a point-and-click adventure, has returned to the world of Aventuria, continuing the yarn spun in last year's Chains of Satinav , a gorgeous, but slightly uneven game with that didn't quite live up to its potential. So we're in sequel territory, but don't fret if you've not played Chains of Satinav as this second outing, Memoria , can stand on its own, and when it references its predecessor it does so without demanding much...
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Overall 4

Dark review

PCGamer Online
17 September 2013
  • Conclusion: A work of sulky blandness that does itself no favours by latching onto better games and cooler vampires.
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The Dark Eye: Memoria

28 August 2013
  • Excerpt: Point and click adventuring was a thing of the past - but it’s seeing a revival. We see if this latest..
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Overall 6

Left in the Dark: No One on Board

26 August 2013
  • Summary: Familiar trumps the remarkable in this solid HOG
  • Pros: Reasonably good voice acting. Solid (if unsurprising) gameplay.
  • Cons: Repetitive hidden object scenes. Too much item re-use. Middling graphics.
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Overall 9

The Dark Eye Memoria

22 August 2013
  • Excerpt: The Dark Eye: Memoria is the newest release from developer and publisher Daedalic Entertainment. The company is well known for being one of the most popular video game creators in Europe and has seen continued success with their best releases, including Deponia and Night of the Rabbit in North America as well. Their newest release features a storyline from The Dark Eye universe with all new environments and characters from the world of Adventuria.
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Review: Magrunner: Dark Pulse (PC)

Diehard GameFAN
15 August 2013
  • Summary: Magrunner: Dark Pulse is an in-depth first person puzzle game much like Portal , but where Portal went for a more sci-fi and comedy approach, Magrunner takes that sci-fi ctaspect and instead blends it with old school horror and Cthulhu like monsters leaving the player to use the puzzles to their advantage along with exploding containers and a weapon that simply controls magnets and changes certain objects magnetic polarity.
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