A will of steel, a heart of stone, intelligence as sharp as a knife, and wisdom as deep as oblivion.
Eymerich is called upon to investigate an obscure case. Something that goes way beyond heresy, revealing a new face of Evil. He must tackle a great number of arduous tasks and make many painful choices. Terrible creatures await him, but with his burning determination he will overcome a Plague that is deadlier than his worst possible nightmare.
Play a remorseless character to live an original story inspired by the famous novel of Valerio Evangelisti.
Numerous unique riddles and environments rich in details
Numerous easter eggs to find
Sound effects immersives atmospheres and enchanting original musics
Voices in English, Italian
Texts in French, English, Italian, German, Spanish
Voices and texts in Latin for a best experience!
Divine's Help system to save player to get stuck
OS: Windows® XP/Vista/Seven/8
Processor: 2 Ghz
Memory: 2 GB RAM
Graphics: 3D graphics card compatible with DirectX 7 (compatible with DirectX 9 recommended)
DirectX: Version 9.0c
Storage: 1 GB available space
The most striking thing about this game is just how totally unique it is. The setting, the main character, the subject matter, are all things you really don't see in video games. And for the most part, the game succeeds in bringing you into its dark, plague-devastated world of desperation and madness. Other reviewers have touched on the negatives. Some of the backtracking can get pretty annoying because actions become available that weren't possible in earlier trips through a given area. But that isn't too unusual for this kind of game. Even if you end up having to use a walkthrough, it is still worth it just to get through to more story and atmosphere. But overall the puzzles are not too hard to figure out. Make sure you play it in Latin! I think it really makes for a totally different experience. The main character is pretty much a reprehensible, predatorial guy from the start, so don't approach the game looking for a warm and fuzzy time. You may not sympathize with him, but you will probably want to keep going to find out what he will do next. If you have any interest in medieval times, religious history, or just dark, atmospheric, intriguing adventure games, I really don't think you can go too wrong with this one. After playing this I'm definitely looking forward to the rest of the series.
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