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- Thrilling crime adventure - full of twists and turns - combining elements of a whodunit with a heist story.
- Cinematic presentation with hundreds of camera angles and dozens of cutscenes.
- Optional puzzles and scoring system for adventure game veterans.
- Notebook and help function for adventure game newcomers.
- Breathtaking real-time 3D graphics in full HD.
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Next we are on the Orient Express going from Paris to Istanbul, through Switzerland. Inspector Legrand of Scotland Yard is on the train, guarding a safe on the first freight car. A Swiss police officer, Constable Zellner, has guessed from the newspaper reports that the safe holds the 2nd Eye of the Sphinx and is a trap for The Raven, and asks Legrand if he can help. Unfortunately, Legrand is rude, not taking this provincial policeman seriously.
Gameplay begins. You play as Constable Anton Zellner. You have to meet passengers on the trains, including a mystery writer with a strong resemblance to Agatha Christie. At the end of Chapter 1, Zellner is attacked. You start Chapter 2 tied up in a ship's hold. Not a good start!
This is a straight point-and-click adventure game. There are no hidden object scenes and only a couple puzzles to solve, Mostly, you are "talking" to people and putting items in your inventory to use later. You also will be combining items in your inventory before you can use them.
I found "The Raven" to be fun.Read more ›
Spoiler free here, except to say that there is a narrative shift in the middle, which through me off a bit. While still enjoyable, I didn't find the objectives as challenging or the story as interesting after that point. Still, the game wraps up in a very satisfying way, well worth playing through to the end. I would really love to see a follow-up to this title.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
So disappointed. I got through the first two chapters and then the third wouldn't do anything. The opening video played and then the game just hung. Read morePublished 18 months ago by R. Bourland
I really enjoyed the plot of this game. Homage to Agatha Christie and very intricate twist that fooled me up until the end. Read morePublished on April 6, 2014 by Ryck