Hallo an alle. This week I'm going to be reviewing the German point and click adventure game called, The Raven-Legacy of a Master Thief. I remember when I first found this game back in 2013 right after playing Secret Files Tunguska. I was amazed that there were new point and click games being released as during this time as games like this seem to be going extinct. However, I’m happy to say that they are slowly making a come back.
Since I’m reviewing the original version of the game instead of the new one, I’m going to keep my focus on what I remember happening in the original instead of talking about the remastered version of the game. That and I haven’t had a chance to play the remastered version yet so hopefully I can in the future. So let's get started!
|The Raven Legacy of a Master Thief: Cops at First Raven Theft|
"Taking place in 1964, the plot revolves around a set of rubies known as the Eyes of the Sphinx one of which was stolen by an unknown person wearing a mask, and the other must by guarded by the player's character as it is transported to an exhibition in Cairo Egypt. Contrary to common detective genre conventions, you play as middle-aged Swiss police constable Anton Jakob Zellner, a bumbler who manages to stumble his way through this case which a non-playable well-respected detective known as Nicolas Legrand is also on. Though he has a fond interest in detective novels, Zellner has little experience in detective work."
|The Raven Legacy of a Master Thief: Anton Jakob Zellner|
|The Raven Legacy of a Master Thief: Cairo Museum|
|The Raven Legacy of a Master Thief: Cruise Ship|
Thank you all for reading. I had so much fun playing this game and I really hope more games like this are made int he future. So what do you think about the original The Raven game? Is it better than Remastered version or if the Remastered better? I would love to know down int he comments below. If you want to get a copy of the game for yourself, you can get the original version of the game over on Steam. You can also get both original and remastered versions of the game on Steam for a two for one deal.