Summary: I just finished all three play's of Venetica and didn't have a problem with the game. There are a few things I wish the developers of the game had done. First, there is no explanation of where or what happened to the mother of Scarlett. Second, near the end, you don't know what happened to Leon.
Summary: This is a decent bargain-priced game. The story is very cliche in the beginning. I have not played all the way through (and probably will not). This game began to captivate me the more I played it... until the first real-boss fight. I won't go into much detail to avoid getting "on a soap box"...
Summary: I gave it a five star rating, because while it isn't up to par with present graphics, it isn't that bad either. The visuals were, in fact, quite pleasing. I finally finished it and am now doing replays. When I look at a game I want to know how long I'm going to be able to play it.
Summary: Its not very bad, its ok. Very clearly Gothic/Risen had tons of infuence, but all gothics were done better. Amazingly the areas are done awesome, Scarlet and the smith i thought were drawn very well, few more characters, her guy for 1.
Summary: With 9-10 hours invested, you finally arrive in Venice. Your achievements: a simple sword move and a spell you can use once in a blue moon. Skills and spells come from teachers you must seek out on repetitive side quests. By the time you have them, they're woefully obsolete.