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Submitted by Hitman0769 487d ago | review

The Raven Legacy of a Master Thief – Episode 3 – Review | RGN

Tristan of RGN writes, "Puzzles add some more fun stuff to the playbook but players must have a more fine-tuned, keen eye. This is due to each scene being filled with hints, or things you can miss that will help solve the case. It is hard to say what happens if players don't use detective skills to the max, but this episode is filled with bugs that make you stop and reload your progress. The past two episodes (2 and 3) have felt more rushed and not as well put together as the first one." (PC, PS3, The Raven - Legacy of a Master Thief, Xbox 360) 6.8/10

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