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Culpa Innata (PC)

Culpa Innata (PC)
alaScore 82

14 reviews

May, 2018

alaTest has collected and analyzed 14 reviews of Culpa Innata (PC). The average rating for this product is 3.6/5, compared to an average rating of 3.8/5 for other PC Games for all reviews.

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other PC Games the Culpa Innata (PC) is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 82/100 = Very good quality.

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Expert review by : Alex Dale (

Culpa Innata


Demolition Man, without the acting

Great premise ; Surprisingly non-linear ; Lots of choices

Dated graphics ; Annoying characters ; Sometimes disorienting

Dec, 2007

Expert review by : Kim Wild (

Culpa Innata


In an era where adventures are coming under fire for becoming stagnant and stuck in their ways, it's hardly surprising when many that venture out of the woodwork claim to be a revolution or reinvention of the genre. Culpa Innata is one that purports to...

Well designed puzzles; in-depth storyline; non-linear gameplay; good facial animation

Bland environments; poor voice acting; patches of tedious dialogue; some dull characters; inconclusive ending with too many loose ends; crashing issues

Culpa Innata is an ambitious adventure that at times falters due to some repetitive dialogue, bland characters and an ending that leaves a lot of questions unanswered. However, the non-linear approach combined with some clever puzzles makes this a...

Dec, 2007

Expert review by : Michael Lafferty (

Culpa Innata Review


Culpa Innata may not be an innovative mystery-adventure title, but a deep and well-thought-out story will keep players entertained

What Culpa Innata lacks in terms of innovative gameplay, it makes up for in depth - that is the key to this game. The dev team tried to give the game an immersive quality by breathing life into the time period and the character reactions and...

Nov, 2007

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Culpa Innata


"It was the best of times, it was the worst of times." This famous Charles Dickens quote from A Tale of Two Cities perfectly describes today's state of adventure games. A time when the genre is alive and kicking in terms of quantity but walking wounded...

Oct, 2007

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Culpa Innata Review


Expert review by : Michael Calva (

Culpa Innata PC Review


Culpa Innata is a world that developer Momentum and publisher Strategy First took much effort and care to develop, and the end result welcomes adventure-seekers into its realm. The World Union is a united front that encompasses everything that makes a...

Excellent character interrogation principle; rewarding puzzles; underlying plot and theme are fulfilling

Moving Phoenix can be a hassle; a few glitches during cutscenes; some boring and unwanted conversations

The highlight of Culpa Innata is its ability to encourage the player to interact with the citizens of Adrianopolis. While investigating the game's first areas will provide clues and items that fall into the story later on, it is the interaction with...

Expert review by : Steven Carter (

Culpa Innata


Culpa Innata takes place in the World Union, a futuristic region of the world where selfishness, greed, and promiscuity are encouraged, but where violent crimes have been all but eliminated. As the game opens up, a strange thing happens -- a man is...

And so, clearly, Culpa Innata isn't a game that I would recommend. No part of it worked for me -- the graphics, sound, puzzles and story were all sub-par -- and it actually manages to go to the bottom of the heap of the mystery adventures that I've...

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Culpa Innata - Review


I need to let you know right from the beginning that if you're interested in playing Culpa Innata then you better have a lot of patience. The patience requirement can pretty much go without saying when it comes to adventure games these days, but Culpa...