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Dance of Death: Du Lac & Fey

London, 1888. With Whitechapel’s citizens living in the shadow of Jack the Ripper, Arthurian legends take to the streets in a thrilling quest to stop the killer before he strikes again. Take on the roles of immortal hero Sir Lancelot Du Lac, and cursed sorceress Morgana Le Fey, as you hunt London’s most prolific serial killer. Join forces with Whitechapel local, Mary Jane Kelly, to explore the capital’s underbelly, meeting a diverse cast of characters who fill the streets of the Metropolis with noise and colour. Explore the sights, sounds, and locations of the Ripper’s London, and immerse yourself in all that the Victorian era had to offer. KEY FEATURES: A thrilling tale set at the turn of a century, just as London was gripped by the Autumn of Terror. Three playable characters. See London through a different lens as they wrangle their own personal, and physical, demons. Explore historically accurate crime scenes, each based on and including true-to-life reports from the era.
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Game Discussion

Review by Anonymous
Review from Steam

I have got to say, this game was a gem. The characters were rich and complex. There were some surprising nuggets of historical research embedded in the game. I was an archaeologist for over a decade, history is my jam, and while there was much fantasy to be had the setting was well considered and brought to life with the feel of authenticity for the location and time period. Voice acting was superb. What really sets a game apart for me is if I form an emotional bond with the characters I interact with...and I very much did with this game. I thought the (potential) friendship that Fey and Mary formed to be very endearing.
Playing a round of "truth and dare" with a bunch of ladies of the night which resulted in seeing Fey (dog) draw a dick with pen and paper will probably remain in my memory for a long time.
The controls are a little basic and inelegant, but that's nothing compared to the story you could be having if you give this game a shot.
I might even have enticed my husband to give this game a whirl. I laughed often and more than once said outloud, "Ooooohhh that's f*cked up."

Review from Steam

I am now 5 hours into the game and I've loved every bit of this game so far! The three main characters are wonderful in the story, and they interact perfectly with all of the NPC's. The npc's themselves give you a nice small taste of what I am betting it was like to be apart of victorian london. I can't recommend this game enough!

Review from Steam

A fun point and click adventure game with another take on 'The Ripper Murders'. Voice acting is top notch - with main character Du Lac being voiced by the great Gareth David-Lloyd (the voice actor of the beloved Solas from Dragon Age Inquisition). The supporting characters are also lovable in their own right and their relationships click well.
However I have several gripes with the game. The story is linear and the illusion of choice is there - the 'choices' you make do not significantly matter in a way that could affect the story/ending. They are all the same. You are just there to enjoy the ride.
Pacing of the game is also relatively slow but still a game worth enjoying if you're just looking for a chill time for period fantasy mystery storytelling.