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Deponia- PC

Deponia- PC
alaScore 91

32 reviews

Nov, 2014

alaTest has collected and analyzed 32 reviews from magazines and websites. Reviewers really like the story, whereas there are some negative reviews about the reliability.

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We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other PC Games the Deponia- PC is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 91/100 = Excellent quality.

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(Based on 32 reviews)

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Deponia

 

Imagine a world made of trash. There's garbage as far as the eye can see. A world where hills are merely mounds of junk. But high above the

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Deponia

 

LucasArts or Sierra: You could like both, but, more often than not, people tended to prefer one over the other in the golden age of adventure games. Though King's Quest VI was my introduction to the genre (and the Windows operating system it was...

Despite a poor beginning and ending, I can’t shake off the warm feeling Deponia left me with. It’s a game with a big heart and some clever puzzles that recall a special time in the history of adventure games. The game lacks the consistency, quality...

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Deponia Review

 

Well well well, welcome back Daedalic Entertainment. These guys made The Whispered World, a pretty-looking old-school adventure that I will always remember as the only game ever that I felt forced to stop playing due to the downright painful voice...

The stunned parrot in the inventory moment was pretty funny, although I don’t get why laughing gas would knock him out.

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Deponia Review

 

Deponia's tale of love, loss, and all-out comedy is a beautifully constructed piece of point-and-click heaven.

Beautiful hand-drawn visuals ; Puzzles that tax the brain but remain sensible ; Spirited voice acting ; Compelling love story ; Fantastically funny writing

Ends abruptly

Unfortunately, it all ends rather abruptly. Just as things really begin to heat up and you think the many questions raised are to be answered, the game stops. It's a crushing disappointment. To add insult to injury, the game flashes up a "The End…?"...

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Deponia

 

With the recent release [in Germany] of The Whispered World, Hamburg-based publisher Daedalic Entertainment has hit a more serious and dark tone than with earlier titles like Edna & Harvey: The Breakout. A New Beginning, scheduled for next year, also...

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Deponia

 

Deponia is a humorous point-and-click adventure from German developer Daedalic Entertainment. In it, you control an "eccentric, ill-tempered and entirely too full of himself" anti-hero named Rufus, who loves to waste time and cause mischief. Early in...

What should be the highlight of Deponia is the humor, but it was a mixed bag for me. There are a lot of funny jokes in the game, especially when you get stuck and start trying out every possible inventory object on every possible hotspot, but far too...

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Deponia

 

Can you really turn trash into treasure? Daedalic Entertainment attempts to do just that with its latest..

We squeezed nearly 12 hours' playing time out of this one, which, when weighed against the price tag of US$19.99, adds up to pretty decent bang for your gaming buck. Our verdict: if you enjoyed the Monkey Island series you will probably feel right at...

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Deponia

 

Deponia is a fast-paced comedy of errors and one of the most unusual love stories in gaming history. The twist-filled story takes its off-beat characters all over trash planet Deponia, a unique game world in the style of Douglas Adams, Terry Pratchett...

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Deponia Review

 

Deponia's tale of love, loss, and all-out comedy is a beautifully constructed piece of point-and-click heaven.

Beautiful hand-drawn visuals ; Puzzles that tax the brain but remain sensible ; Spirited voice acting ; Compelling love story ; Fantastically funny writing

Ends abruptly

Mark Walton finds true love in this video review for point-and-click adventure Deponia.

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