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Avernum: Escape From the Pit - Review @ Dealspwn

Discussion in 'Game/SP News & Comments' started by RPGWatch, May 4, 2012.

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    [imgl]http://www.sorcerers.net/images/news/vogel/av1.jpg[/imgl]Dealspwn has a review of Avernum: Escape from the Pit with a score of 8/10:

    With no voice acting to fall back on, Vogel and co are forced to rely on the written word to deliver interesting characters, and do so with a degree of mastery that we rarely see from even the biggest and most skilled triple-A companies. The humble text box becomes our doorway into an entirely new world, with incredibly strong character and environment descriptions allowing us to conjure up vivid mental images of Avernum in our mind's eye. Dialogue flows naturally, and item descriptions crackle with subtle, playful humour. Most importantly, the story itself is remarkable, presenting a rebellious tale of survival against the odds and the pursuit of justice in an unjust, desperate place. The longer you spend reading, digesting and understanding the text, the greater your appreciation of the world will be; Avernum feels as visceral and real as any Unreal-powered title even though most of it exists in your own imagination.​
     
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