Wednesday, 28 August 2013

The Dark Eye: Memoria Review

The Dark Eye has long been a popular pen and paper-based RPG series in Europe, but in most of the major gaming markets such as the UK and US, the series hasn’t really had very much exposure. That was until Daedalic Entertainment decided to transpose the tabletop RPG action into the more direct narrative of the point-and-click adventure video game with 2011′s The Dark Eye: Chains of Satinav.
The game received almost universal critical praise, and since that time Daedalic have been quite prolific and have established themselves as perhaps the biggest new developer in the genre. Their recent success has been down largely to their comic adventures such as the Deponia and Edna & Harvey series’, but their Dark Eye games were always meant to be a trilogy.

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