What we have here is a full-classic adventure whose plot is set in a fantasy world (I can't imagine nothing more classic). What makes it stand out in the crowd is its fine-crafting in every aspect. Graphics are a really joy to look at. Story is dense, mysterious and not at all pleasing (not like King's Quest). Writing is good, as is acting, with actors modulating expressively each word. The interface is also very good, comfortable and never-hindering. You play two different characters alternatively, leaping 450 years back and forth, as the plot develops. Puzzles, that are the core of any adventure, are here deep and imaginative: you'll have to use not only plain logic, but your imagination as well. In short, a very advisable piece of gaming (if you like this style of entertainment, that is).