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The Raven Remastered

The Raven Remastered is a full graphical remaster of the classic whodunit adventure that lets you explore a thrilling crime story through the eyes of multiple characters. London, 1964. An ancient ruby is stolen from the British Museum. At the crime scene: a raven feather. Is somebody trying to follow in the footsteps of The Raven, the legendary master thief who disappeared years before? Constable Anton Jakob Zellner finds himself in the middle of the kind of murder mystery he so far only knew from reading his favourite crime novels. Nothing is what it seems. Everyone has something to hide. And the Raven is always one step ahead... KEY FEATURES A classic whodunit adventure from KING Art, the creators of the Book of Unwritten Tales-series Experience a thrilling crime story through the eyes of multiple characters Classic murder mystery locations, from a train in the Swiss alps, to a majestic cruise ship and the Cairo Museum High quality voice acting from a compelling cast of quirky characters Fully remastered animations, lighting and hair in full HD resolution
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Game Discussion

Review by Anonymous
Review from Steam

Love the classical feeling in this game....highly recommend specially for of Agatha Christie's novels fans :)
" You're missing a purse? Was it stolen? / constable Zellner
- At the very least, I cannot find it, sir. / butler
- It was stolen! / Baroness
- When was the last time the Baroness saw her purse? / constable Zellner
- In Zurich, on the platform, sir. / butler
- I just asked where you last saw your purse.../ constable Zellner
- In Zurich, on the platform. / Baroness
- James tell him that i still had it when i got out to stretch my legs / Baroness
- Baroness says.../ butler
- Maybe you lost it there? / constable Zellner
- What?! / Baroness
- The Baroness never looses anything, sir. / butler
- I never lose anything / Baroness "

Review from Steam

"Murderers leave evidence they are nervous...or unnaturally relaxed.
They have to adjust constantly and because of that, they make mistakes.
This is your chance...if you find the mistakes you will find your murderer"
if you are a fan of Agatha Christie's Hercule Poirot this game is the must-play title you don't want to miss.
The Raven Remastered is one of the best detective games I have ever played.
splendid storytelling, amazing voice acting, and brilliant dialogues.
Characters are very well-developed. They all have their own interesting backstories.
Of course, the game has some issues too.
Some dialogues are too long and just like all the classic point and click games
movement is troublesome sometimes.
But in overall
The Raven Remastered is a masterpiece in its genre

Review from Steam

what a masterpiece,
pros
- good story
- relaxing gameplay
- recommended if you want to play some detective story
cons
- bug in some cutscene (can make you uncomfortable)
things to consider
- it's not an action game nor hack & slash (bear it in your mind)

Review from Steam

Two most important things to know about this game: (1) I was afraid the remastered version is full of bugs, judging by the comments, but it's definitely not a thing anymore - the only ~5 bugs I noticed were minor textures loading weirdly, which had absolutely no effect on my experience, (2) it's one of the liveliest and well-thought games ever, especially for all the point-n-click adventure enthusiasts.
No spoilers ahead.
- Visuals: It feels pretty enough to be enjoyable in 2022. Dynamic lighting is a nice bonus, as it adds to the sunlit atmosphere. Interiors look nice, and the visual style aged quite well.
- Animations: it's astonishing how carefully and detailed it is, for this genre. It was very generous to put animation sequences just for believability or to give a subtle hint, though in most alike games only essential movements are usually expressed. It's a pleasure to watch the characters acting. Of course, it's not an AAA animation, yet it's still impressive and stands out.
- Gameplay: one of the most realistic detective investigations I've ever experienced in games. I feel quite prepared for robbing a museum now - knowing all these tricks. One of the cool features is that a playable character always carries big objects in his hands rather than in virtual pockets. When he put a towel around his neck, to leave his hands empty for other manipulations, I was close to applauding :D
- Story and characters: everything's on point there. A great story to remember, a complex mystery to uncover, bright and wholesome characters. A+ for this.
- Writing: it's a pleasure to follow the dialogues of the characters, each of whom has own voice and brings something unique to discussions. Not only the writing has its class and is overall pleasant, but you are also able to constantly learn new trivia, which is so rarely practiced in modern games.
Summing up, it's undeniably one of the best detective games out there (probably, my favorite now, along with Still Life). I'm glad it received an unexpected remastered edition, as I didn't have an opportunity to finish it when the original was released. It's a pity that it doesn't have the rating it deserves - probably due to a rushed and buggy release. But now, when it runs smoothly and can be played as intended, is the best time to enjoy it.

Review from Steam

Fun enough. Quite dated. A little densely plotted.
I enjoyed this though, and would recommend it.

Review from Steam

Very enjoyable and interesting game. Quite easy and no stress, just a pleasant experience from start to finish.

Review from Steam

I played and beat this game back when I had it on Xbox 360 a few years ago and, boy, it is exactly like I remember it. Both the good and bad stuff alike.
The game itself is amazing story-wise. The voice acting is pretty good and the gameplay and puzzles are simplistic but just hard enough to feel like a bit of a challenge. The graphics on the other hand, did not age well at all. It's one of those games where as a kid I thought the graphics were pretty good and looking at them now, they have a certain charm to them, but they are definitely not great by any means.
The main pitfall of this game is the bugs. This game is so unpolished, it can actually impair the experience of playing and it's extremely infuriating when it does. I managed to get softlocked 2 or 3 times throughout my playthrough purely because some dialogue bugged and wouldn't give me the item I needed, or an interactable object overlapped another interactable object and then I couldn't interact with the one I needed anymore. Restarting the level always seemed to fix the issue, but it still feels like it's something they could have and should have fixed.
And there are a lot of graphical bugs that ruin the immersion. Like massive clipping textures or a character replaying an animation before moving onto the next. This one isn't a game breaking thing and I'm more or less nitpicking, but like I said it breaks the immersion and ruins a lot of what are supposed to be intense moments in the story.
Personally, despite the numerous bugs and lack of polish, I still really like this game and I would recommend it for anyone who is willing to deal with some jank. The story is still really good and the twists and turns are well done, so if you like story driven point-and-click adventure games, this is for you.
If it weren't for all of the game-breaking bugs this game would be a 7/10 for me, but I'm going to have to give it a solid 6/10.