Ken Follet's The Pillars of the Earth
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The most notable quality of The Pillars of the Earth is that you'll end wanting to read the original Ken Follett novel. In the 24-ish hours required to reach the end of the game, below a slow pace and a pretty basic gameplay, you'll find a great story and an excellent narrative.
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Ken Follet’s The Pillars of the Earth is an excellent novel packed into a stunning point-and-click adventure. While it may be on the slower side for some, it’s certainly a story that I would recommend to others. With heavy subject matter set in the 12th-century of England, it can come across as dark and almost somber. But the moments of humor and triumph are well worth the play through.
With an interesting story and attractive art style, it's hard to get tired of Ken Follett's The Pillars of the Earth. Even if you've already read the novel or seen the miniseries, being able to interact with the characters, explore its 12th Century English setting, and shape the narrative provides a new thrill. As far as visual novel adventures go, this one is hard to put down.