March 19, 2013

Review: Reversion Chapter 2: The Meeting

game format: classic point-and-click adventure | episode 2 of 6

puzzles: inventory | logic

playtime: 1.5 hours | difficulty: easy | size: 310 MB

developer: 3f Interactive | links: official site | buy this game | trailer (youtube)

walkthroughs: Chapter 1: The Escape | Chapter 2: The Meeting

Reversion Chapter 2: The Meeting
game brief: After escaping from a Buenos Aires hospital in year the year 2035, your new friend Victoria is helping you find the person in a photo you possess, which you hope will provide the key to recovering your memories and understanding who you are and why you are here. (AG overview)

review: Read my review @ Adventure Gamers® | rating: 2.5/5

summary: The first commercial follow-up to the free series debut shows plenty of promise, but hasn't yet overthrown its shallow introductory nature.





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March 16, 2013

Walkthrough: Reversion Chapter 2: The Meeting

Walkthrough: Reversion Chapter 1: The Escape

game format: classic point-and-click adventure | episode 1 of 6

puzzles: inventory | logic

playtime: 1 hour | difficulty: easy | size: 311 MB

developer: 3f Interactive | links: official site | download game (FREE!) | gameplay (youtube)

gamrgrl rating: 2/5

Reversion Chapter 1: The Escape
game brief: You wake up in a hospital with no memories. You are in Buenos Aires in year 2035 and the city is under the control of a military organization. Suddenly, you realize that your life is in danger and that you need to escape as fast as possible. What would you do faced with such a situation? (alternate download site)

mini-review: As a prologue to a multi-part adventure, Reversion Chapter 1: The Escape does its job – to introduce the scenario and the primary cast - effectively enough. However, despite the admirable production quality, it is a very short and easy game, and it’s arguable whether it evokes sufficient interest in its plot and characters, or ends on enough of a cliffhanger to make you clamour for the next part. But the irresistible offer of the PC version being available as a free download makes it worth the hour to test if the series is for you.