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Submitted by newgamernation 535d ago | review

Review: Goodbye Deponia (New Gamer Nation)

or some reason, Germany is the place to be for point-and-click adventure games right now. Germany is home to Studio Fizbin, makers of recently reviewed The Inner World, and Daedelic Entertainment, which is trying its hardest to carry the torch in this genre after the demise of LucasArts. The latter even serves as publisher for PC-distributed new titles in venerable LucasArts classics like Monkey Island and Sam & Max. Their own development efforts have produced Night of the Rabbit and the Deponia series, which now adds a third and final installment. (Goodbye Deponia, PC) 8.5/10

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