A good murder mystery is always fun, especially when it's set in the 1960s on a train. Coincidentally, The Raven: Legacy of a Master Thief fits that description to a tee and makes a very welcome debut on PC, Mac and Linux (with Xbox Live Arcade and PlayStation Network appearances to follow later this summer). It's a traditional yet very cinematic point-and-click adventure from King Art and is one of the best games in the resurgent genre to appear this year. As is popular these days, this is an episodic adventure game and is divided into three chapters to be released a month or so apart from each other. Chapter One is entitled The Eye of the Sphinx and is a meaty offering, giving you a lot to do and not rushing you through with around six or seven hours of play time.