Dark Nights With Poe And Munro
Top Critic Average
Dark Nights with Poe and Munro is perfect for fans of D'Avekki Studios. However, the short episodes can undermine the great story ideas and actor chemistry on display.
Dark Nights with Poe and Munro is a fascinating adventure with unexpected plot twists, bright humor and really deep characters that are incredibly pleasant to watch throughout the story. With minimal interactivity and a short duration, we are facing one of the most exciting adventure projects of the not-too-fruitful spring of 2020.
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This anthology series of six short but replayable episodes has just the right mix of charm, melodrama, and creepiness to make it worth a look.
You won't be spending many Dark Nights with Poe and Munro, but you'll find a few memorable episodes of interactive TV in this FMV success story.
It doesn’t quite reach the lofty heights of The Infectious Madness of Doctor Dekker or The Shapeshifting Detective, but its episodic format, coupled with excellent performances and quality writing, means that Dark Nights with Poe and Munro is well worth tuning in for.
With strong performances by the cast, anyone looking for an interactive television show will have a lot of fun watching the episodes play out.
As the third game in the DDU (Doctor Dekker Universe), Dark Nights with Poe and Munro was an original and creative FMV cinematic adventure I won’t forget. The episodic nature, which is presented as a TV show complete with title and credits, fits the experience perfectly, providing six self-contained stories of mystery and suspense. The music, dramatic camera work, humorous yet well-written narrative, and brilliant acting all combine into such a fantastic and enjoyable series of stories which I’m sure to replay numerous times.
Dark Nights with Poe and Munro is more of what D’Avekki does well – weird, cheeky, eldritch FMV games that have snappy dialogue and a penchant for the lovecraftian darker side of entertainment. If you enjoyed Shapeshifting Detective or The Infectious Madness of Doctor Dekker, you’ll enjoy what this game does too.