Friday, 9 November 2012

Chaos on Deponia Review

As if one Deponia game a year wasn't enough, Daedalic Entertainment have now released the sequel to the smash hit adventure game, only months after the first. The original Deponia was stuck in translation and localisation hell for a long time - being a hit in Germany, but nowhere else.

Now both games are available in English, and Chaos on Deponia improves on its predecessor in almost every way - making it well worth a look.

Carrying on right where we left off after part one, we once again take on the mantle of Rufus, the scruffy yet well-meaning pauper who has found out about a diabolical plot to blow up his home planet of Deponia, by the evil Organon, a group of Stormtrooper-like baddies who police the luxury neighbouring world of Elysium. Rufus must get to Elysium himself and prove that there is life on Deponia that needs to be saved. To do that, he needs the help of Elysian lovely Goal, but her memory chip has been damaged so she can’t clearly remember the actions of Clefus, her fiancĂ©, who is in league with the Organon.

Read the full review here.

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