The Dark Eye: Chains of Satinav (PC DVD)
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- Classic point and click story driven adventure game, The Dark Eye is one of Europe's leading role-playing brands
- Explore numerous beautiful hand painted Aventuria locations
- Experience an amazing story with new lands
- Solve many challenging puzzles
- Includes an epic fantasy soundtrack
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- Platform: Windows 7 / Vista / XP
- Media: DVD-ROM
- Item Quantity: 1
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Includes: DRM Free Version, Free Steam Gifting Key, Soundtrack & Character Cards
Agonising nightmares, dark visions, mysterious deaths ... Ever since the Kingdom of Andergast has been inhabited by plagued crows, the superstitious citizens can't find peace. The young bird catcher Geron is the only one who sees the arrival of the sinister birds as a blessing. He has a welcome chance to finally disprove his reputation of being cursed to bring misfortune...Geron soon discovers that bait and a net alone will not overcome the crows, for they are only the first sign of the evil that is brewing.... A dark power is striving to engulf all of Andergast.
Follow Geron and his companions on an adventurous journey through The World of The Dark Eye. Discover mysterious realms full of magic and wicked creatures.
From the makers of A New beginning, The Whispered World and Harvey's New Eyes
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Top Customer Reviews
I played to the end only in the hope that the depressing plot-line, funereal music and victimisation of the heroine would have a happy outcome......It didn't. The scripters might have thought they had given one, but I found this target too missed by a mile.
Just a generally unhappy and unrewarding product all round.
Mind you the delivery for this was right on time so I suppose there it that to think on......Ho Hum.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This game was slow, the cursor didn't move correctly, we tried but gave upPublished 18 months ago by Peter Robinson