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The Journey Down: Chapter One

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By Strategy Informer on 75

It seems like nearly every adventure game that comes out now is released episodically. It’s not hard to see why; episodic releases solve the problem of waning interest in prolonged adventures from those with short attention spans, and more...

By Destructoid on 80

The Journey Down was a classic-style, 2D pixel art adventure game which you can still play for free. Now it's a slightly larger, fully voiced, gorgeous adventure game that mixes 3D animated models with painted backgrounds. The result is a visual...

By Gamers Daily News on 90

ReplayIn an adventure game, replay value isn’t much since it is mostly the story that will hook you, so there isn’t much in terms of replay value, except for finding all the details hidden in the different...

International Review By Eurogamer on 50

Forlægget er ikke til at tage fejl af. Nej, faktisk er det bemærkelsesværdigt, som svenske Skygoblins The Journey Down ligner Tim Schafer og LucasArts' tidløse point-and-click-klassiker Grim Fandango. Fra sit narrativ, der blander kapitalisme, korruption...

International Review By Gamer.no on 70

The Journey Down: Chapter 1 er en lovende begynnelse på et nytt episodebasert epos. Spillet byr på massevis av morsomme situasjoner og underholdende nøtter, og selv om verken de mentale utfordringene, humoren eller handlingen er av Monkey...

International Review By Gamereactor on 80

Indieälsklingen The Journey Down: Over the Edge får äntligen ett fullskaligt släpp komplett med ett episodiskt format. I klassisk peka-klicka-anda utlovas humor såväl som mysterier. Viktor har...