Visual novels offer players a great story and easy gameplay, and Gothic Murder: Adventure That Changes Destiny has joined their ranks. This game promises a whirlwind ride of intrigue and lies, as our young protagonist, Ellie, desperately tries to save the new earl from a grisly fate. But can she unravel the clues in time? With a feather duster in one hand and a magnifying glass in the other, let’s jump into this review of Gothic Murder: Adventure That Changes Destiny.
The villain deserved a lot more screen time. By the end of the game, there was an overwhelming amount of intriguing narrative threads the game did not manage to go into enough detail on. The amount of material presented here makes me crave even more hours of the game — it was a thoroughly engaging and exciting time, but I simply want more Ewen.
Gothic Murder: Adventure that Changes Destiny is the sort of adventure game you play when you need a break between massive games. It’s a reprieve that will make you think, but isn’t terribly taxing. Its story is also interesting enough, with a heroine who exhibits both common sense and intelligence.
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