Summary: I downloaded Episode 1 of this game and was soooooo disappointed. I happen to love point-and-click adventure games as well as dialog-based games, but this one just falls short in so many ways.
Summary: It's yet another rushed and unfinished game with lots of bugs and glitches. There is practically no challenge solving the mystery - the only moment you can show off your deduction is the moment when you can address The Raven (or maybe not?) by name in the museum's loft.
Summary: I liked very much this studio's last game, The Book of Unwritten Tales. One of the best of the genre. So I was looking forward for this game. Although it isn't a bad game, I miss the sense of humour of the aforementioned game.
Summary: Like some of my fellow critics, I have a really hard time understanding how this game could get such high ratings. After reading about "The Raven", I expected a suspenseful, fun adventure with an interesting story, but unfortunately it turned out to be quite the opposite.
Summary: First the score and review is for all three episodes. It is a solid adventure game with some small issues like camera getting stuck for some reason and your character getting invisible but thats about it.
Summary: The Good: - The atmosphere of this game feels really nice. - The soundtrack fits the mood and is of high quality. - The general idea of the story line is interesting and intriguing. - Some puzzles are really well done and integrate seamlessly into the story.
Summary: I think it's a good start. Okay, if you're expecting tough puzzles and many hotspots, then this isn't right for you but if you're hoping for a decent crime story with awesome music and decent voice acting then this first episode might be a good choice.
Summary: From my point of view the final episode is better than the second one but not as good as the first. The puzzles are still not a bit challenging but at least this time there's more to do compared to the disappointing second episode.