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.Read full description
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
© Copyright 2014 Daedalic Entertainment GmbH. Deponia: The Complete Journey, Deponia, Chaos on Deponia, Goodbye Deponia, and their respective logos are trademarks of Daedalic Entertainment GmbH. Daedalic and the Daedalic logo are trademarks of Daedalic Entertainment GmbH.
This is the point and click game to go! Witty characters, funny dialogues and nice story make it up for a wonderful adventure. I wouldn't miss it, even if i wasn't a big fan of the genre. Recommended
I played several of the Lucas Arts point and click games (Day of Tentacle and Indiana Jones games) back in the day. Deponia is a solid return to the Lucas Arts point and clicks. It has clean and crisp graphics, strong voice acting, and an overall fun story. Personally, the main protagonist didn't bother me; I can see how he can rub people the wrong way since he's pretty brash, bigoted, and overall rude. Overall, reminds me very loosely on a Edgar Wright character (more precisely: Simon Pegg in The World's End). However, the puzzles themselves range from to smart to silly hard, where the fun in the game became a grind. The game is ultimately held back by not reinventing much of these types of games and relying on increasingly odd puzzles to increase the difficulty. It's definitely a worthy game for point and click fans and this package includes the trilogy (not the new release of Doomsday, however). Graphics 7 Story 7 Gameplay 6 Music/VO 6 Replay 4 30/50 60% Bottom line: A solid Point and Click with entertaining voice acting and story that ultimately doesn't change much to the style.
first of all, if u already own the trilogy i suggest not to buy this. the bonus content doesn't worth the money. if u don't have the trilogy then go for this. talking about the game, not about this complete edition, i can give 11 out of 10 for this awesome game. there is nothing more to say. this is the best point-n-click game i have ever played. but im really disappointed in this complete edition. there are many concerns regarding this edition. but i loved those funny developer commentaries. that's the only thing i enjoyed in this edition. so here are the concerns and drawbacks i found... 1) there is no way to access the new bonus content within the game. you have to go to the installation directory of the game to find the bonus content. 2) after you complete a bonus feature like the newly added rufus sculpture, goals photo or the platypus guide there is no way to access those or the unlocked cut scenes from the main menu, unless you reload a check point you made after completing the bonus. if you start a new game or reload any other check point those bonus will show as locked like you never completed those. 3) for cut scenes, you can see all unlocked cut scenes by reloading a check point or starting a new game and selecting bonus from the menu but this only works for goodbye deponia and chaos on deponia chapters. if you start a new game or reload a checkpoint for deponia, all the cut scenes except the ones just played after reloading or starting the new game, will be locked. so there is no way to see all the cut scenes for deponia chapters in one place. so the users have to go through some trouble to access bonus features and content every time. so even the over-roll of the game is superb, the over-roll of this complete edition is not good. if they had added a option to access all the bonus features and content from the main menu this edition would have been awesome. but no worries, i bought this for $5.99 when it was on sale so it was worth it :D
I'm a sucker for waiting for a complete edition. And this might be the holy grail of complete editions. You get all the original games bundled beautifully in one nice package. Oh and did I forget that there is some behind the scenes commentary to help you appreciate the games development process? Well there is! One of my first point and click games I have ever played, and still till this day one of my favorite. The story is generic at first, but it grows on you. The characters grow on you, the environments grow on you. This game will grow on you! It might not seem all that special at first, but trust me when I say that you have to play it to appreciate it. Although it might be generic in gameplay, this overall package is anything but! If you own the original games separately, then there is little to no value here. But, if you are like me and waited to play this point and click adventure...you will have a blast!
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.
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