Reviews for Goodbye Deponia
A good dose of humor..XGpredator | Nov. 22, 2013 | See all XGpredator's reviews »
Goodbye Deponia takes things where Chaos on Deponia had left. Always so nice and always funny, this third installment in the series will make you live a new wacky adventure in a world particularly well and inspired. Deeply rooted in the tradition of old point'n click, Goodbye Deponia could repel the largest public because of the strangeness of some riddles and its very old-school realization. Others will meanwhile delighted to find Rufus and his band of broken arms for a new symbolic gesture. Goodbye and thank you Deponia Daedalic for this whole adventure.
Some Goodbye's can hurtbobsickle | Nov. 12, 2013 | See all bobsickle's reviews »
Daedalic created in Deponia a series that could be both humorous and heartwarming in the same scene. Overall this conclusion does the series justice with puzzles maintaining their nonsensical solutions and the snark is as prevalent as ever. I believe however that the game falls down in the conclusion, I wont go into detail to avoid spoilers but I will say that the ending doesn't quite match the tone of the game and the series in general. To Daedalic's credit however I do see what they were going for. Overall I will give this a 85/100. Falls down towards the end but a solid game throughout.
nice ... but :Onaorco123 | Oct. 29, 2013 | See all naorco123's reviews »
An adorable final episode with a few minor technical issues. The backdrop graphics is excellent, but the graphics of some new characters (e.g., the psychologist) have low quality. The music is great. I spent playing 25 hours, half of it just trying everything on everyone; not for the funny responses, but to get unstuck. Had to check the forums for some clues. The game suffers from the "use the tape on the cat" syndrome: twisted logic actions and denied straight paths. (For example, one task involved creating an imprint, but unless Rufus visited the psychologist before to name a similar imprint, the imprint just dissolved into a blob.) Despite the shortcomings, the series is a definite buy.
And Rufus returns!HallowsHere | Oct. 21, 2013 | See all HallowsHere's reviews »
Loved the first games, and now, Rufus is back at it! Absolutely love the series and this game didn't fail to make me laugh.. yet again. The point-and-click adventure style is very well done, and the soundtrack is awesome. For all of you Deponia fans out there, do NOT, I repeat, do NOT miss out on this fantastic game!
A nice conclusion for the sagaCavalieroscuro | Oct. 10, 2013 | See all Cavalieroscuro's reviews »
Deponia was one of the funniest point and click adventure of the last year. Animation of characters is not that great, yes, but the artistic direction, the soundtrack and the plot iself are very good. Puzzle solving isn't a problem, it is very easy and you can show hotspot on the screen. This is the last chapter of the franchise, and I will not spoil anything on it: if you loved other games, just grab this too.