Divine Comedy

The Divine Comedy review

The Good: Stylish panoramic backgrounds; two forms of built-in hint system; musical score well suited to the setting.
The Bad: Extremely linear story progression still requires extensive backtracking; often feels like a series of lectures rather than a game.
Our Verdict: Whilst an impressive artistic achievement, The Divine Comedy often feels too much ‘the book’ and not enough ‘the game’.
Note: Though graded as a standalone adventure, The Divine Comedy is one of three installments bundled together in the Enter the Story trilogy.

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Digital September 1 2009 Chris Tolworthy

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