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The Raven: Legacy of a Master Thief Chapter 3 by flotsam
24 October 2013
Excerpt: The Raven: Legacy of a Master Thief Chapter 3: A Murder of Ravens King Art games Chapter 1 promised much, chapter 2 felt like filler, so here we are 2 months later at the third and final instalment. So what to make of it?
Conclusion: A Murder of Ravens isn’t a wholly satisfying conclusion to The Raven. It’s better than the previous episode thanks to a few trickier puzzles, but it still doesn’t reach the enjoyment level and potential that seemed so abundant just two short months ago.
Excerpt: The Raven: Legacy of a Master Thief is a three-episode adventure from King Art Games, who are probably best known for their The Book of Unwritten Tales franchise. The Raven revolves around a master thief known as the Raven, who was supposedly killed four years before the start of the game.
Conclusion: Chapter Three is ultimately a letdown all things considered, but as a whole, The Raven - Legacy of A Master Thief is still worth checking out if you enjoy point and click adventure games and a good "whodunit" style mystery.
The Raven: Legacy of a Master Thief Chapter 1 by flotsam
13 September 2013
Excerpt: The Raven: Legacy of a Master Thief King Art Games To Catch a Thief is a great little Hitchcock romp, stylish, sassy and with a real eventual princess to boot. John “The Cat” Robie, ex-jewel thief now retired to the Riviera, makes a pact with Lloyds of London when a series of burglaries in his neck...
The Raven: Legacy of a Master Thief Chapter 2 by flotsam
13 September 2013
Excerpt: So here we are back again, picking up exactly where we left off in chapter 1, and with very little real world time in between. If you haven’t read the first review, hop to it and then come back and I will fill you in on where to next.