Last episode in a trilogy which started barely more than a year ago, Goodbye Deponia is an old school point and click which pays tribute to all the LucasArts titles of yore. With its humor, its endearing characters and beautiful 2D graphics, the game seems to have a lot to offer to all the fans on the genre. The plot continues exactly where Chaos on Deponia ended, which means you need to have played the two previous games to fully enjoy the story. Don't hesitate to check out our videos and tell us what you think. As for us, since we haven't played Deponia and Chaos on Deponia, we definitely want to catch up before we continue any further.
@GriftGFX: Yeah, give it time. (35 minutes ago)
Loading taking too long? Why not buy a shorter loading bar!! (1 Hour ago)
And plenty of those examples are online PVP games too. Quake Champions probably isn't one of them :D (7 Hours ago)
@MrWhite: No, not really. There are loads of examples of games with microtransactions that don't influence the game design or pollute the basic user experience. (7 Hours ago)
Could you imagine back when arena shooters like Q3A were very popular, and the cunts introduced pay to win bollocks like EA, 2k, Activision et al are doing? Imagine what that would have done. (10 Hours ago)
meanwhile on the other end, some kid who just bought the game is playing as Wigan, but they're playing like Real Madrid and giving your superstars a tanking. Time to dip into your pocket to buy packs (10 Hours ago)
Online play is so heavily scripted, your team inexplicably feels like a bunch of fat pub players in a sunday league side, and you're supposed to be in control of world class athletes (10 Hours ago)