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Reader reviews for Goodbye Deponia

Adventure Gamers Reader reviews, read what other adventure gamers think of Goodbye Deponia.

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Goodbye Deponia is available at:

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Rating by SamuelGordon posted on Jan 20, 2014 | edit | delete


Gone but not forgotten


The Bad:
- Some illogical puzzles and far fetched outcomes
- Uninteresting new/and-or recurring characters
- Weak story
- Terrible conclusion to the trilogy
- Too much swearing and the game is much darker or tries to be.

The Good:
- Great voice acting & music
- Rufus does some nasty things and remains a bastard
- Love the freedom to finish puzzles in a non linear way (like chaos)
- Secret Files Tunguska diss (lol!) and more references:)
- General fun

I give the game a 3,5/5, i had some fun with it but towards the ending it becomes more flat and i was starting to lose interest in the story. Sad to see it go, it was a decent game in a great trilogy.


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Time Played: 10-20 hours
Difficulty: Just Right

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Rating by Houie posted on Dec 25, 2013 | edit | delete


Bad ending for Deponia


20 hrs

I loved the first 2 Deponia games. They had great graphics, sound, puzzle variety, humor, character depth, story, and good length. Mind you, they weren’t perfect games either, but they were very good, very likeable.

Although this game shares many of the same traits, it fails in several categories:
1) Perhaps because it is part of a trilogy, the game ceases to innovate beyond what was done in the first 2 games (innovation meaning story, puzzles, character development, environment),
2) There is A LOT of crude and offensive humor in this game,
3) This game forces the player to perform acts of immorality (things I wouldn’t be proud of doing in real life).


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Time Played: 10-20 hours

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