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Submitted by hellerphant 978d ago | review

Chaos on Deponia Review: It Is What It Is - Pixels for Breakfast

Pixels for Breakfast writes: Chaos on Deponia is a “Graphic Adventure Game,” which are in some ways forever doomed to being compared to the classics that defined the genre. It’s a trap that is all-too-easy to fall into. Chaos on Deponia deserves a brief comparison of that kind, however, as it largely captures the spirit of both the genre and those defining games and strikes a familiar chord for long-time fans of a series like Monkey Island. All the right notes are there: beautifully painted landscapes, a satisfying cast of well-animated characters with their own flaws and qualities, a story that manages to make even the most mundane achievements exciting components of an epic tale and perhaps the most important element of all… off-the-wall humour that often manifests in the gameplay itself, making you a participant in the gag rather than a mere audience member (Chaos on Deponia, PC) 7.0/10

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