Zamieszczono: 14 kwietnia
Nikopol: Secrets of the Immortals is definitely more enjoyable and understandable for those who are familiar with the graphic novels by Enki Bilal (The Nikopol Trilogy) and/or at least the movie (Immortal, 2004), because the game leaves a lot of things unexplained. However it brings to life quite interesting and gritty sci-fi world. Besides classic puzzles and pixel hunting adventure games are known for the game utilises timed sequences, where you need to think and act swiftly or face consequences (as to be killed or captured which ends the game). It features several cutscenes done in a style close to comic book storytelling - with bordered images, different angles of view and focuses. Music is quite good, voiceacting not as much and the game can by finished in like four hours, making it really a narrative quickie but still... it's nice. I would recommend it for fans or as an experiment for those who are not familiar with the source material but are curious enough and really likes adventures (grab it when discounted). Maybe you will get interested in the movie or books afterwards.