Point-and-click adventure games have become something of an art form unto themselves. It’s a genre based on logical thought and delicately balanced pace, making them a go-to niche for the thinking gamer interested in a well-told story. But few of them have made a graceful transition from PC, the genre’s platform of origin, to consoles. The reason is obvious: keyboard-and-mouse control schemes are often too complex to map to a standard two-handed controller. This caveat is solidified in the PlayStation 3 version of The Raven: Legacy of a Master Thief–but, fortunately, the game excels in other areas to overcome its control crutch.