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Well folks, it's done. I've munched through the last latest title in the Blackwell Series - The Blackwell Deception. And expected or not, the deception part in the title kinda sums up how I felt about this episode. Blackwell Deception has the feeling of a game from a s
eries that is finally settling down. That is both good and bad I guess.
As some of you may remember, I have discovered Blackwell Legacy several days ago. Of course, I devoured it like any thirsty gamer would. Also, being tortured by a deep curiosity regarding Rosa's evolution as a character, I turned towards the next title in the series - Blackwell Unbound.
With the exams taking place these days, I don't really feel like playing anything too complicated lately. Deus Ex: Human Revolution, sobbing on my Steam shelf for several months now bears witness to my brain's inability to munch on too complex reflex skills. Ow well, the good thing is that there's always adventure games. Point and click is really comfortable and reasonable stories are always soothing. That's how I stumbled upon this little jewel.