Reviews by muschraum

BioShock Infinite: Burial at Sea - Episode 2
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Back to the Rapture

Burial at Sea is a separate two-part story in the Bioshock Infinite world that manages to change your perception of the original as well. When "Infinite" might have seemed too bright and sunny for some fans of the original Bioshock, then Burial at Sea takes you back to the underwater metropolis in its heydays. As a DLC its perfect, I only wish it could have lasted longer!

by muschraum, Estonia - Apr 18th 2017
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BioShock Infinite: Burial at Sea - Episode 1
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Back to the Rapture

Burial at Sea is a separate two-part story in the Bioshock Infinite world that manages to change your perception of the original as well. When "Infinite" might have seemed too bright and sunny for some fans of the original Bioshock, then Burial at Sea takes you back to the underwater metropolis in its heydays. As a DLC its perfect, I only wish it could have lasted longer!

by muschraum, Estonia - Apr 18th 2017
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Deponia - The Complete Journey
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A dystopian Monkey Island

The Deponia series is a surprisingly good point and click adventure with one of the most unlikable protagonists. But once (or IF) you get used to the crude humour, some illogical puzzles and some more crude humour, you'll find yourself immersed in a beautifully made dystopian world. If you like the Monkey Island series, you might enjoy Deponia as well!

by muschraum, Estonia - Apr 18th 2017
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The Dark Eye: Chains of Satinav
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A classic fantasy adventure

Daedalic Entertainment keeps releasing wonderful point and click adventures that remind you of the golden age of the genre. The Dark Eye follows the path of a classic fantasy adventure game. It looks and sounds amazing and has a likeable protagonist and characters. The story takes you to Kingdom of Andergast where you'll stumble into a larger-than-life quest.

by muschraum, Estonia - Apr 18th 2017
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Gabriel Knight - Sins of Father - 20th Anniversary Edition
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The Great Voodoo Mystery

The first part in a series of 90's classic Gabriel Knight adventures is one of those games that remind you how good of a storytelling medium a game can be. This, being a remake of the classic, while perhaps not always perfect, is a wonderful and faithful modernized version of the best voodoo themed adventure there is!

by muschraum, Estonia - Apr 18th 2017
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STASIS
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Sci-fi for the patient

STASIS is definitely not for everyone. It's a slow-paced, claustrophobic and at times quite a gory experience. BUT if these are the things you are looking for in a game, then it'll be quite a rewarding journey, assuming you don't mind going through a lot of text.

by muschraum, Estonia - Apr 17th 2017
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BioShock Infinite Starter Pack
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Infinite to the max!

This has truly been one of my favourite gaming experiences ever! It's not just extremely pretty and well polished game, but also a mind bending piece of fiction. The world of Infinite will grow on you and keep your mental faculties occupied for a long time!
BioShock Infinite Starter Pack contains all of the DLC-s, including both episodes of Burial at Sea, which give you a chance to revisit Rapture in beautiful Infinite graphics. And if you want to have a few more battles in Columbia, Clash in the Clouds gives you plenty.
So if you haven't already, treat yourself with this gem of a game!

by muschraum, Estonia - Jun 30th 2015
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Borderlands: Game of the Year Edition
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Introduction to Vaulthunterism

I have to admit that Borderlands 2 was the first in the series that introduced me to the world of Vault Hunters. In a way, having thoroughly enjoyed the story-driven sequel, I can appreciate the original more. It's not that deep, but boy is it fun! Anyway, whichever way you go, I believe you will enjoy your experience!

by muschraum, Estonia - Jun 30th 2015
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Tesla Effect: A Tex Murphy Adventure
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Welcome back, Tex Murphy!

Definitely a delight for the fans of Tex Murphy. I was positively overwhelmed right from the start. Although I'm not so sure how this game would play for the uninitiated. This series works because of its fantastic yet quirky storytelling and Chris Jones. Mixing live video with 3d environments works at times, but destroys the experience then and again (like when you realize you don't see any human characters during actual gameplay). I for one would welcome a new Tex Murphy adventure anytime. But maybe it's time for a different approach, something more in the vein of Telltale's games.

by muschraum, Estonia - Jun 26th 2015
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BioShock Infinite
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Infinite Awe

This has truly been one of my favourite gaming experiences ever! It's not just extremely pretty and well polished game, but also a mind bending piece of fiction. The world of Infinite will grow on you and keep your mental faculties occupied for a long time! So if you haven't already, treat yourself with this gem of a game!

by muschraum, Estonia - Jun 26th 2015
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Borderlands 2: Game of the Year Edition
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EXPLOSIONS!

Borderlands 2 is immensely entertaining and unapologetic. The world is full of zany characters and EXPLOSIONS! The mechanics are fun and the game is extremely replayable! Game of the Year Edition includes most of the DLC-s, not all mind you.

by muschraum, Estonia - Jun 26th 2015
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Borderlands 2: Sir Hammerlock vs. the Son of Crawmerax
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Short'n'Sweet

If you want to finish Borderlands 2 on a positive note, Sir Hammerlock vs. the Son of Crawmerax is a short and sweet farewell indeed!

by muschraum, Estonia - Jun 26th 2015
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