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Submitted by gaminglives 514d ago | review

Chaos on Deponia – Review [GamingLives]

GamingLives takes a look at the second game in the Deponia trilogy, Chaos on Deponia, to see whether it can match the success of the first.

"With Lucasarts recently sold to Disney, one could be forgiven for wondering what will happen to the realm of point-and-clicks, with the future of beloved franchises like Monkey Island up in the air for the foreseeable future. Those in the know will rightly tell you there’s nothing to worry about, as Daedalic Entertainment have long since taken the reins of the genre and provided titles that deserve to be as iconic as its nineties counterparts, if not more-so. Of particular note is Deponia, the first in a trilogy surrounding Rufus, a lazy, egotistical jerk who doesn’t think things through and leaves disaster wherever he walks – a character I found oddly relatable – and his attempts to reach the titular trash-filled planet..." (Chaos on Deponia, PC) 9/10

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