Jenny LeClue - Detectivu
Genres: Interactive Story, Adventure
A visually stunning game, belying its origins as a creation of two animators, alongside some delightful writing, weaving a complexity of narrative that completely surprised me. But one that offers the player far too little actual investigating, and in the end, far too much tiresome wandering.
Jenny LeClue - Detectivu is a great story with colorful characters and addictive gameplay, which ends at the most interesting place. And how long we will have to wait for the continuation and whether it will be at all – no one knows. This is the only thing that upsets, because once you play it, you will definitely want more.
Review in Russian | Read full review
As the first part of a series, Jenny LeClue: Detectivu makes a great initial impression. The actual detective work strikes a balance between thought-provoking and easy to figure out. The presentation is wonderful, even if the audio could have fared better. It is the story that keeps you hooked with a flawed but likeable main character and a layered, supporting cast. It culminates in a story where the lack of a proper ending is the only thing that sours the experience. Provided that the team can release the second game in a timely manner, this'll be a memorable experience for adventure fans.