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Submitted by TnS 2553d ago | article

Daedalic: Navigating The Adventure Labyrinth

Germany really seems to be standing up for the point and click adventure. With varying results. At the shinier end is Deck13's Ankh, but more often by the time they're in the English-speaking hands the humour is completely lost by poor translations and localisation. Nevermind the crappy puzzle design that's currently endemic throughout the genre.

So, is there hope on the horizon from German developers Daedalic Entertainment? They've got not seventy, not minus six hundred, but three new point-n-clickers due over the next couple of years. ( Harvey & Edna: The Breakout, A New Beginning, Edna and Harvey: The Breakout, Nintendo DS, PC, The Whispered World, Wii)

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