Chaos on Deponia
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Developer: Daedalic Entertainment
Content Rating: Teen
Rufus is back! He strives to leave the junk planet Deponia and reach the legendary floating city of Elysium. However, a flaming saw blade grounds Goal and Rufus on Deponia again. By accident, her consciousness gets split into three parts and stored to three different discs.
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When Chaos on Deponia works, it's a genuine joy. There are times when you'll be patting yourself on the back for solving one of the game's less nonsensical puzzles, and sometimes the game's humour is so spot-on that it'll have you laughing out loud. But at other times it can be a real slog as you struggle with the game's obtuse logic and Rufus's immensely abrasive manner.
Chaos On Deponia is a fun game, albeit with its flaws. The story is fun and is a nice adventure for families to enjoy together. The writing here is okay and the puzzles are fun but way too easy, they lack the depth that other games from this genre have. Overall you may enjoy this story if you have children and they are looking for their first video game experience, otherwise I would avoid picking this game up if you are expecting a great adventure like the Double Fine games.
Caos en Deponia es una excelente secuela que ningún aficionado a las aventuras gráficas debería perderse. Bastante tradicional en cuanto al desarrollo, sigue las bases creadas por LucasArts en los 90, con un apartado gráfico muy bueno, un excelente trabajo en las voces y toneladas de humor con más calidad que en el primer Deponia. Aunque no es lo ideal, también puedes disfrutarlo sin jugar al original.