Embark on a bold adventure in Adam's Venture: Origins. Set in the roaring 20's, in Adam's Venture: Origins you will explore ancient ruins, and recover mysterious artifacts. Together with your trusted accomplice Evelyn, you will have to outsmart the evil Clairvaux company.Read full description
Embark on a bold adventure in Adam's Venture: Origins. Set in the roaring 20's, in Adam's Venture: Origins you will explore ancient ruins, and recover mysterious artifacts. Together with your trusted accomplice Evelyn, you will have to outsmart the evil Clairvaux company.
Adam's Venture Origins is a reimagining of the Adam's Venture franchise. Streamlined and replotted to forge an engaging narrative, Adam's Venture: Origins reimagines the events of the first exploits of Adam Venture.
Adam's Venture: Origins features new, next-gen visuals, new gameplay and new animation work which makes it into a true next-gen experience.
Adam's Venture: Origins is the fulfillment of the original vision of Vertigo Games, as facilitated by SOEDESCO. Challenging puzzles, stunning visuals, engaging narrative and tight gameplay will make Adam's Venture: Origins into an adventure game that is not to be missed.
Brains over Brawn, Adam's Venture: Origins focusses on clever puzzles.
Delve into ancient mysteries and recover mysterious artifacts.
Traverse long forgotten tombs and crumbling cities using the new grappling hook.
Rich and involving storyline that weaves a surprising adventure with historical overtones
Adam's Venture Origins is like a low budget, and lower priced, Uncharted/Tomb Raider but one with a bigger focus on puzzles instead of combat and an annoying protagonist. This game is also a remake of the previously released Adam's Venture episodes. You've heard the story before, you play as Adam Venture, an explorer in the 1920s, trying to uncover an ancient artifacts before an evil organization. The story isn't terrible, it's just generic, what is terrible is the unlikable protagonist with his poor attitude and terrible jokes. You will be traversing, mostly good looking, environments by climbing walls and with the help of your grappling hook. Unlike the Tomb Raider and Uncharted series there is no combat, instead the focus is on solving puzzles, which are usually well designed and varied. The game suffers in the way that a lot of lower budget titles do with bugs and glitches, sometimes poor animations, poor voice actors, and a short length. Though the game isn't selling for a full $60 price the short length and uninteresting story and characters make it a tough sell at the current price. If you are a big fan of this style of game or of puzzles and you have the money to spare you might want to check it out, if not waiting for a sale would be a good idea.
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