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Lucius- PC

Lucius- PC
alaScore 87

12 reviews

Nov, 2014

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alaTest has collected and analyzed 12 reviews from magazines and websites. Some have doubts about the story.

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We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other PC Games the Lucius- PC is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 87/100 = Very good quality.

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Lucius Review

 

The witching hour is past. Halloween has come and gone, and Lucius has been out for more than a month before it materialised in a puff of smoke for review. Far from being the case of infernal lateness that it might seem, Lucius terrifies with displays...

The run up to convincing the maid to take the plunge stands tall. Also, the soundtrack which comes on its own disc is enjoyable and cinematic.

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Lucius Review

 

This adventure is darkly satisfying but suffers from questionable and frustrating design choices

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Lucius Review

 

Lucius has an intriguing premise, but some not-so-original adventure-game flaws.

Antihero Antichrist protagonist is a great concept ; Subtly creepy with splashes of serious gore during the murders ; Very challenging, with a lot of exploration needed to solve the murder puzzles

Kills are all linear ; Puzzles involve pixel hunts through a huge, heavily detailed mansion ; Needs more overt black humor to offset the grim nature of the storyline ; Very long load times

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Lucius

 

Horror-themed adventure games have come and gone, but none quite like Lucius. Inspired by movies like The Omen and The Exorcist, Lucius is a third-person adventure game that puts you in the shoes of a six-year-old boy growing up in a wealthy household...

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Lucius

 

Lucius is the son of the devil who has to clear the mansion of its residents. To do this he must orcastrate “accidents” without anyone suspecting him of any foul play. The player starts as Lucius and must cleverly devise these incidents from simple...

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Lucius Review

 

Lucius has an intriguing premise, but some not-so-original adventure-game flaws.

Antihero Antichrist protagonist is a great concept ; Subtly creepy with splashes of serious gore during the murders ; Very challenging, with a lot of exploration needed to solve the murder puzzles

Kills are all linear ; Puzzles involve pixel hunts through a huge, heavily detailed mansion ; Needs more overt black humor to offset the grim nature of the storyline ; Very long load times

Aspects of the gameplay are more off-kilter in reality than they seem when laid out on paper. The biggest problem is a lack of information. You're essentially greeted with the devil's instructions to start killing people right when the game begins, and...

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