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Curse of Atlantis: Thorgal's Quest
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Set off-course by a terrible storm, Thorgal Aegirsson, a mighty Viking warrior, meets a mysterious old man who shows him a mirror in which he can see his own future. The vision he sees is horrific: Thorgal is about to kill his own son... In the face of all elements, men and Gods, and at all costs, Thorgal must return home immediately to dispel the evil upon his family. He will confront every danger and travel through time and space to protect his loved ones and solve the mystery surrounding this vision.
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Commentaires client les plus utiles sur Amazon.com
For reasons that you never are told, Thorgal the Viking is trapped in a strange village by a storm. While there, he meets up with a mysterious old man, who shows him a vision wherein Thorgal kills his own son. To prevent this fate, Thorgal must return home as soon as possible. This means crossing to the other side of the island where there is no storm and a boat can take him home. But beware the intervening forest, which is chock full of bandits and pitfalls!
Several things attracted me to TQ. The storyline, with its mythological elements, seemed appealing and reminiscent of _Odyssey_ or _Arthur's Knights_, games I found amusing. The graphics looked pretty good. The box promised challenging puzzles and hours of entertainment.
Beware false promises, O Intrepid Gamer! _Thorgal's Quest_ has a story that becomes increasingly ludicrous and illogical and graphics that are choppy and take forever to load. The challenge comes from infuriating timed activities where you have to stand in exactly the right place to succeed and endless pixel hunting. Thankfully this game is short--particularly because you absolutely have to resort to cheating to discover which pixel of the screen you have to position your character on to succeed in knocking out the bad guy, unless you want to be killed thirty times in a row while randomly running around.
In my opinion, this sort of game should not be advertised as Adventure. I had only played about half an hour before I wanted my money back. If you want an adventure game, don't buy this.
For one thing, it is so short it can be beat in a day for anyone fimiliar to adventure games and even for some newbies which makes it hard to recommend for its price. However, despite its length, this is still one of the best examples of the classic point-and-click adventure games that got me hooked on gaming making it a game I would recommend to anybody.
Another asset is that this game forces you to do very little backtreking and most of that is only two or three screens. In contradiction, the game contains numerous timed sequences that adventure gamers hate (though the time limits are often very generous).
In the end, what gets this game an above average rating is that the graphics are crisp (though nothing that will take your breath away) and the story is well developed though too short to really feel anything for the characters. In truth, I felt more for the villian than for the hero because his character was more developed.
So, if you are interested in the Vikings or are looking to get into adventure games, give this game a go. If you are a professional adventure gamer, however, this game can be a mixed blessing.