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Lost Chronicles of Zerzura review

The Good:
  • Multilayered story with historical basis
  • Solid characterisation, especially of the smart and charismatic hero Feodor
  • Streamlined gameplay offers ten-plus hours of inventory-based quests
  • Outstanding production quality
The Bad:
  • Overused ‘searching for lost city’
  • Premise
  • Quests may be too easy for experienced gamers
  • Standalone puzzles lack clear instructions
  • Some segments have too much exposition
The Lost Chronicles of Zerzura review
The Lost Chronicles of Zerzura review
The Good:
  • Multilayered story with historical basis
  • Solid characterisation, especially of the smart and charismatic hero Feodor
  • Streamlined gameplay offers ten-plus hours of inventory-based quests
  • Outstanding production quality
The Bad:
  • Overused ‘searching for lost city’
  • Premise
  • Quests may be too easy for experienced gamers
  • Standalone puzzles lack clear instructions
  • Some segments have too much exposition
Our Verdict:

Though it doesn’t chart new territory with its premise, Lost Chronicles of Zerzura combines all the right elements to create a thoroughly enjoyable old-school adventure.

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Posted by Niclas on Dec 8, 2012

A good old adventure


I really enjoyed Zerzura. I am a big sucker for adventures that are about finding a lost city or civilisation. The story is pretty interesting, but never gets really epic. What is interesting about the game is the locations you visit and characters in the...

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