Deponia: The Complete Journey
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Junk, junk and even more junk. Life on the trash-planet Deponia is anything but a walk in the park. No surprise that Rufus had enough of that and hatches one ludicrous plan after the other to escape this bleak place.
When Rufus, on one of his attempts to leave Deponia behind, meets Goal, he not only falls madly in love with the beautiful girl from Elysium; he also accidentally shoves her right off her comfortable star cruiser and down to the desolate trash-planet. This accident kindles a new, brilliant plan: he needs to get Goal back to the floating city of Elysium – and while he's on it, he can also impersonate her sleazy fiance Cletus, who is the spitting image of Rufus for some reason. And thus, an exciting adventure begins...
Showered in top-scores and awards, the Deponia-Trilogy, created by the developers of Edna&Harvey: The Breakout, The Whispered World and Memoria, managed to reach cult-status almost instantly. Thanks to its exciting story, likeable characters and hilarious dialogues and a finely crafted mixture of comedy and puzzles, Deponia is enjoyable for both, young and old. Join Rufus on his thrilling journeys, for the first time in a complete edition with many new features, that will not only be a blast for hardcore adventure fans, but also those new to the genre.
Deponia: The Complete Journey features over 4 hours of Developer's Commentary, a Deponia world map that allows for selection of each chapter of the game, a comprehensive graphical questlog help system, minigame help screens, a new launch menu, new hidden collectables, Linux support, plus 6 new songs written and sung by Poki and Behind-the-Scenes videos
Developer's Commentary is featuring game creator Poki and the voices of Rufus and Goal
Experience Deponia's story in full length
Challenging puzzles, more than 40 hours of playtime and bizarre dialogues
Bonus content, extras and making-of features include 'How to draw Rufus & Goal' and 'The Art of Deponia' videos, Developer's Commentary Soundtrack (6 new songs created and sung by Poki) and papercraft models
From the creators of the award-winning games Edna&Harvey: The Breakout, The Whispered World, A New Beginning, Harvey's New Eyes, Memoria and Blackguards
Don't buy thisCavalieroscuro | July 21, 2014 | See all Cavalieroscuro's reviews »
This release is a mess. Deponia games are good, of course, but this repackage of the whole saga is filled with bugs. Some miny-games are impossible to complete, there are a lot of freezes, after cutscenes sometimes the game quits to desktop, on Deponia 1 Rufus can't move, blackscreen...there are just too many issues, and the price is expansive. If you haven't played a Deponia game yet, just wait for a sale to grab the whole saga for 10€ or so. The added value for Deponia: The Complete Journey comes from developer's commentary and other little extra (some are present on Deluxe Edition of Goodbye Deponia), but the bugs are just too many to justify a purchase.
One of the best Point & Click seriesAlexander26 | July 18, 2014 | See all Alexander26's reviews »
Deponia games, produced by Daedalic, are probably one of the best indie point and click games available now for purchase. This specific pack simply adds the first "Deponia", "Chaos on Deponia" and "Goodbye Deponia" all together, making them a full game. If you didn't bought any previous game from the series before, this is the ideal chance to have them all. The three parts provide a challenging experience, a lot of random and funny moments, all together in an childish, animated form.
Funny and classicSharkiller | July 15, 2014 | See all Sharkiller's reviews »
Deponia is a adventure game that oozes classicism from every pore. The gameplay is a point-and-click like always, and it works as it always has. The script has the relaxed and humorous style popularized by Lucas Arts in all this years. Jokes occur, though less absurd in most cases seen in the past, pulling more of a laugh. However, that also means that there are more puzzles and two have some pretty illogical solutions, luckily the areas through which we operate are relatively small at a time, so you can test everything with everything. Graphically it is very nice, with a casual style that fits well to the ambience and history. The voices are well folded and kept the atmosphere very well, especially the main character and it fits like a glove. It would have been good some more music.