Nightmares from the Deep 3: Davy Jones Reviews
While not the best of the Artifex Mundi titles, especially with its minor gameplay issues, it is far from the worst of the bunch and is still worth a play.
Doesn't break any Artifex Mundi tropes or anything, but also isn't a bad time waster. Fans of light puzzles and predictable stories with damsels in distress that turn into the champion by the end will find what they're looking for here.
Nightmares of the Deep 3: Davy Jones is a great sequel and a solid point and click adventure game on PlayStation 4. The game's graphics have come a long way when compared to the first game in the series, with better-animated cut-scenes, more polished locations with a lot of attention to detail, and several puzzle types to keep you entertained until the end.
Nightmares from the Deep 3: Davy Jones is a good end to the trilogy, tying up all stories and loose ends. At this point when you buy a game from Artifex Mundi, you should know what to expect, and this third game in the series does not disappoint. I love playing their games as quick releases between larger titles to keep things fresh for me, so I look forward to checking out their next one!
Grab a copy of Nightmares from the Deep: Davy Jones and set sail to the adventure genre before cannon balls start flying again.