If you are sick of saving women or avenging your um wife...
varnya "varnya", Amazon
9 November 2010
Summary: Yeah, the graphics aren't the best, but it is a few years old and damn it, it's a lot of fun to play. The story really is very good and keeps you interested, and the abilities you get are really helpful and original. This game is definitely underrated, like Primal which i really enjoyed. There are so few games where a female gets to play a female that it's a real treat to find one that is enjoyable. Most of all I don't have to save any women or girlfriends!!!
Summary: I'd like to say that Venetica is unlike anything you've ever played, but that's not entirely true. Think Assassin's Creed II (and Brotherhood) + Oblivion + Dragon Age I and II + Legend of Kain: Blood Omen II, and you'll get a clearer picture of Venetica. The graphics are worse than any aforementioned games (and considering LoK: Blood Omen had crappy graphics even for its time, that's really saying something), but it's still a very good game and one of the rarer good RPGs...
Conclusion: This game has a really likeable heroine whos journey you will want to see through to the end, it's just a shame this game has a few glitches such as stuttering, subtitle problems and a few more, but if you can get past these issues you will find a really likeable adventure rpg.
Conclusion: I started playing this game on the PC and thought it was really good. Then it came out on PS3 and thought I have to have it. It plays as it does on the PC BUT ive noticed a few things. Such as stuttering when it auto-saves and when I saved it froze half way and so I had to turn the console off, which then corrupted the file, thank god I make multiple saves of all my game saves! It's happened on 2 different consoles so I'm pinning it on the game itself.
Summary: Venetica ist ein Spiel mit einer mitreißenden Geschichte. Das Spiel selbst hat eine einigermaßen gute Grafik. Aber es kann mit den neusten Spielen nicht mithalten. Ich denke die Story macht das Spiel aus.
Summary: Rollenspieler und PS3-Besitzer dürfen sich freuen: Nachdem Venetica bereits gegen Ende 2009 für den PC und die Xbox 360 erschienen ist, kommen nun auch die PlayStation-Zocker in den Genuss des Action-Rollenspiels von Deck13. Ob diese Freude auch wirklich berechtigt ist, erfahrt ihr hier. Interessante Story Ein italienisches Bergdorf nahe der Stadt Venedig im 16. Jahrhundert.