Summary: This review contains spoilers, click expand to view. This is a game with so much more crazy ideas on how to solve puzzles than the other two. Almost all the times you have to be selfish and mean to get through the plot. This was actually fun for me to think like that. Also drama and and even jokes in this one is a bit deeper which fist for the final section. However for someone like me who tend to attach strongly to fictional characters, the ending really sucked.
Summary: Put simply, Goodbye Deponia completes one of the best adventure trilogies we've seen in years. Voice acting is good, the art is pretty and consistent. You meet a TON of characters (and ruin all their lives in the process). Put simply if you are in anyway a fan of adventure games this is a must play. If I can give you one hint to solving the puzzles though, it is to pretend you are the worst human being in existence. If you can do this then all the puzzles make sense.
Summary: playing recently both deponia and chaos on deponia i can say that this one seem a little short and easy if we can compare to both previous releases. there were one or two points in the game i found myself stuck and randomly combining items but i manage to get through it usually after few attempts. instead of first 2 parts, in this one story is pushing you far more straight.
Summary: Goodbye Deponia is a fun final round for Poki's Deponia Trilogie. The Story has so many memorable characters and one of the cutest female leads (Goal) in gaming. Rufus is still a huge dick. But a very entertaining dick. The Puzzles are mostly quite absurd and silly, but that's what I want from a Game by Poki. The (german) Voice-acting is pure gold. I can't say anything about the english voice-work yet. But the ending...isn't particularly "bad".
Summary: Goodbye Deponia is a good game with some very hard puzzles, but the story is a little bit confusing and you have to use all dialogue options to get the point. Nevertheless it's a must play for every fan of point and click adventures and redefines the standard of this genre.
Summary: This review contains spoilers, click expand to view. I... can't say what exactly i feel to third part. So let's find out. I catched myself on thought i almost didn't play quest games. So i decided to meet genre. Deponia intrested me by her marvelous graphic style. I played first part. For all adventure i had a feeling that something is wrong. Sometimes float unlogical decisions.
Summary: An adorable final episode with a few minor technical issues. The backdrop graphics is excellent, but the graphics of some new characters (e.g., the psychologist) have low quality. The music is great. I spent playing 25 hours, half of it just trying everything on everyone; not for the funny responses, but to get unstuck. Had to check the forums for some clues. The game suffers from the "use the tape on the cat" syndrome: twisted logic actions and denied straight paths.
Summary: Great humour but a huge step back when compared to Memoria. Don't expect anything to ever make sense in this game; it never does. Only random guesswork will get you anywhere, as it suffers from the worst "puzzle" design i have seen in a long time. Very disappointing.