Excerpt: ’s whimsical Deponia adventure game series. Players familiar with the series will be happy to hear that Rufus and Goal finally have a chance to reach Elysium. However, it is a long way from the start of this game to that chance.
Pros: • Entertaining, easy interface, fun graphics
Cons: • Some people might not enjoy the characters or the humor in this game
Excerpt: Goodbye Deponia Daedelic After the chaos comes the goodbye, a routine sequence which is anything but. Much is the same – Rufus (all three of him), the try too hard humour (questionable and crass at times), the interface and the mini-games.
Conclusion: Daedalic has clearly stepped up its game in the concluding portion of this trilogy. Fans of the LucasArts classics are likely to have a field day; gamers who favor Myst-like quests wrapped in solitude may find the plot too twisty and the characters too chatty.
Conclusion: Goodbye Deponia is one adventure game that should not be missed, especially if you have already played the first two parts and are accustomed with the story and its nutty characters. The game incorporates a multitude of jokes that will make you question whether it is OK to laugh at them or not.
Conclusion: Any fan of point-and-click adventures should already have the previous Deponia games on their Steam accounts. They mark the resurgence of a genre written off as dead and gone by many industry professionals.
Summary: [My initial impressions of Goodbye Deponia are here . But little changed from the game I started with to the game I ended with.] Goodbye Deponia is the third and final installment of the Deponia trilogy.
Excerpt: Goodbye Deponia is the third Deponia adventure from Daedalic Entertainment, following in the footsteps of Deponia (2012) and Chaos on Deponia (also 2012). It’s surprising that Daedalic has been able to crank out these games so quickly.