From the review: "The episodic model seems to the be steadily becoming the standard for point-and-click adventure games. Ever since Telltale Games practically mastered the craft, all sorts of adventure game makers have been aping the model to varying degrees of success. It’s a tough structure to pull off.
"One of the latest games to take a crack at is The Raven – Legacy of a Master Thief from King Art Games, a three-part mystery series set in the mid-1960s. The Raven follows Constable Anton Jakob Zellner, a Swiss police officer who finds himself swept up in the case of a lifetime: capturing the legendary, eponymous master thief “The Raven.” A stirring tale full of mystery, intrigue, and all sorts of twists and turns, The Raven delivers a fun, thrilling narrative. It’s a bit slow to start, the game practically dragging its feet in the early stages, but once it takes off, it’s tough to put down."