Reviews and Problems with The Blackwell Convergence
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23 November 2014
Summary: Once again this series does nothing to advance itself and try to get better. It suffers from the same flaws that the previous two games had and only has the addition of having slightly improved graphics and travelling system.
Summary: I loved this story/game and I'll keep buying them as long as David Gilbert and company keep writing great game stories like this. The traditional pixelated graphics are clearer on close-ups in this game but still keeps the overall flavor. It was great seeing the faces of the voice actors at the end.
Summary: I'm sorry, Dave Gilbert, but I'm a bit tired of the series. The AGS engine is extremely dated. Your writing, as usual, is superlative. But, having played the first two in the Blackwell series (and favorably reviewed them for another site), I find this effort more of the same.
Summary: I'm really astonished at the people here who hate the graphics. I think that the background graphics are gorgeous, and the Blackwell games have always featured pixelated art. That being said, this game has one of the best story lines going among casual games, and this game did an incredible job of...
Summary: Since you cannot award minus stars, I had to give this game 1 star. In one word, no make it 2 words: Awkward and Dumb. Pixel animations make me feel as if I'm in a time warp. You could spend the entire hour free test switching from Joey to Rosa.
Summary: One star because I had to give it one. The resolution is so bad right from the beginning, I felt like I was looking thru a foggy lense after just 5 minutes of play. The graphics are pixelated and there is no option to fix it or play windowed. HORRIBLE.
Summary: Another great adventure from Wadjet Eye Games. What I like most about the Blackwell series is the atmosphere created despite the very simple graphics, the humor and the music. The voice overs are excellent as usual. I'm looking forward to new adventures of Rosangelina and Joey.