Reviews and Problems with The Journey Down: Chapter One
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The Journey Down: Chapter One for Linux Review
12 August 2014
Summary: The Journey Down: Chapter One is a point-and-click adventure that tries to recapture some of the magic of similar, older games, and it succeeds, for the most part.
Pros: The art style used takes us back to a time when game developers used to make considerable efforts to draw everything by hand. I'm not sure if they’ve used such a procedure in this case, but the graphics emanate a personal touch that is lacking in most modern titles. A common problem of adventure ...
Cons: One of the marketing phrases used by the developers from the Skygoblin studio caught my attention and I can honestly say it shouldn’t have made it into the description of the game. “The Journey Down is a classic point-and-click saga with a black African twist.” Why they chose the “black African t...
Conclusion: What The Journey Down: Chapter One does definitively as a whole, is prime its audience to anticipate its next part, and it wouldn’t get anywhere close to that level of palate whetting if it wasn’t a well crafted slice of the classic point and click gateaux.
The Journey Down: Episode One Review and Giveaway (Windows PC)
Gamers Daily News
30 May 2012
Summary: Simply an amazing game. Aside from it is length and a few other issues, everything about this game is fantastic and matches, or even exceeds, what one would expect fro man independent developer.
Excerpt: Contemporary adventure games have come to adopt a few established styling. Some make an impression by focusing on delivering great graphics, while others rely on nostalgia inspired by old school games from the golden age of the adventure genre.
Conclusion: If you’ve played the original freeware version, you can expect more of the same but far more polished, and the improvements are well worth the price of admission. Don’t expect a great deal more, however, as the actual new content is a little short in supply.
Summary: Former AGS adventure, The Journey Down , has now had its first (and so far only) chapter remade and re-released as a commercial product. How does it do going from retro-pixel adventure to something more modern, voiced and priced? Here’s Wot I Think.
GAME REVIEW – The Journey Down: Chapter One (iPhone)
Alternative Magazine Online
15 January 2013
Conclusion: The Journey Down: Chapter One is a fantastic game regardless of which platform you experience it on – and adventure gamers, experience it you must. Yet surprisingly, playing the game on iPhone (or indeed iPad) may actually have a slight edge over the PC version.
GAME REVIEW – The Journey Down: Chapter One – HD (PC)
Alternative Magazine Online
17 May 2012
Conclusion: The Journey Down: Chapter One – HD delivers by the bucket-load. It’s still the same game beneath the new lick of paint of course and this may put some players off – the jump in price from free to £9.99 is difficult not to notice.
Summary: The Journey Down: Chapter One é um jogo que deve ser comprador por fãs de jogos point-n-click, mais especificamente por fãs dos títulos da LucasArts. O jogo sofre um pouco por conta do seu baixo orçamento, mas compensa nos aspectos que realmente importam.
Pros: Trilha sonora, Arte, Dublagem, Humor
Cons: Movimentação dos personagens, Ausência de legenda/dublagem em português