Adam’s Venture ist ein Abenteuerspiel, das auf ein gewaltfreies Spielprinzip setzt und in den frühen Zwanziger Jahren des 20. Jahrhunderts angesiedelt ist. Mit einer topaktuellen Grafik auf Basis der Unreal Engine 3, die farbenfrohe und lebensechte 3D-Umgebungen bietet, einer ergreifenden Geschichte und vielen Rätseln, die von leicht bis...
Nutzerreviews: Größtenteils positiv (58 Reviews)
Veröffentlichung: 9. März 2012
Beliebte benutzerdefinierte Tags für dieses Produkt:

Melden Sie sich an, um dieses Produkt zu Ihrer Wunschliste hinzuzufügen oder als "Nicht interessiert" zu markieren.

Adam's Venture Episode 3: Revelations kaufen

Pakete, die dieses Spiel enthalten

Adam's Venture Complete Pack kaufen

Beinhaltet: Episode 1: The Search For The Lost Garden, Episode 2: Solomons Secret, Episode 3: Revelations

 

Von Kuratoren empfohlen

"Time to 100%: 2-3 hours; Difficulty: 3/10. Use a guide!"

Über dieses Spiel

Adam’s Venture ist ein Abenteuerspiel, das auf ein gewaltfreies Spielprinzip setzt und in den frühen Zwanziger Jahren des 20. Jahrhunderts angesiedelt ist. Mit einer topaktuellen Grafik auf Basis der Unreal Engine 3, die farbenfrohe und lebensechte 3D-Umgebungen bietet, einer ergreifenden Geschichte und vielen Rätseln, die von leicht bis schwer reichen, bietet Adam's Venture Abenteuer-Fans alles, was sie sich wünschen.

In Adam’s Venture 3: Revelations erleben Sie einen Rückblick auf frühere Ereignisse aus Adams Leben, die sich in Oxford abspielten und sein Abenteuer in Gang brachten. Von dem größenwahnsinnigen Clairvaux-Anführer in Solomons einstürzenden Palast sich selbst überlassen durchlebt Adam erneut sein erstes Treffen mit Evelyn und ihre gemeinsame Expedition in das kleine französische Dorf Luz. Erinnerungen an Geheimnisse der Templer, mächtige Konzerne und die Bedeutung eines gegebenen Versprechens kämpfen in seinem fiebrigen Gedächtnis um Aufmerksamkeit. Wird er seine Sinne rechtzeitig wiedererlangen, um Evelyn und den Tag zu retten? Auch im dritten Teil der Serie liegt wieder alles an Ihnen.

Hauptmerkmale

  • Neue Schauplätze und variierende Wetterverhältnisse
  • 25 neue anspruchsvolle Rätsel von unterschiedlichem Schwierigkeitsgrad
  • Finden Sie heraus, wie alles begann und wie der Clairvaux-Konzern es beendete.
  • Treffen Sie Adams Vater, einen faulen, französischen Postboten und andere Charaktere der Serie.
  • Die Unreal Engine 3 erweckt die Welt mit atemberaubender 3D-Grafik zum Leben.
  • Soundtrack zum Spiel, erstellt vom preisgekrönten Komponisten Jonathan van de Wijngaarden

Systemvoraussetzungen

    Minimum:
    • Betriebssystem:Windows 2000, XP
    • Prozessor:Intel Pentium 2.0 GHz oder vergleichbare AMD
    • Speicher:512 MB RAM
    • Grafik:Pixel Shader 3.0 vorausgesetzt *
    • Festplatte:1 GB HD frei
    Empfohlen:
    • Betriebssystem:Windows 7
    • Prozessor:Intel Pentium Dual Core oder AMD äquivalent
    • Speicher:1024 MB RAM
    • Grafik:Pixel Shader 3.0 vorausgesetzt *
    • Festplatte:1 GB HD frei
Hilfreiche Kundenreviews
2 von 3 Personen (67%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
1.5 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 7. März
Tomb Raider 3? Resident Evil 3? Nein es ist Adam's Venture 3...

Pro:
- gelungener Abschluss der Trilogie
- 100% Achievements
- fordernde Rätsel

Kontra:
- Orte von Rätseln ergeben keinen Sinn

Fazit:
Dafür das es eine Trilogie ist ist das gesamte Spiel zu kurz geraten. Ein mal kann man es spielen, vielleicht auch ein zweites mal um alle Achievements zu holen aber danach verstaubt es in der Ecke.

*Dieses Review gilt für die gesamte Trilogie, da man ein Teil der Story verpasst wenn man sich nicht die anderen Teile holt.
War dieses Review hilfreich? Ja Nein Lustig
11 von 15 Personen (73%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
1 Person fand dieses Review lustig
4.0 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 8. Februar
Pretty simple game and the graphics are good. The voice acting is so-so; there's a lot of sarcasm in the voice acting dialogue. The achivements are all attainable but some can be missed if you don't pay attention to detail. Just like the previous 2 episodes of Adam Venture, this is quite rewarding and puts an end to a well done trilogy. I reccommend this game.

7.5/10
War dieses Review hilfreich? Ja Nein Lustig
5 von 7 Personen (71%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
1.7 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 29. März
I'm mildly sad to give this a thumbs-down after recommending the first game as a simple but engaging game. The franchise just got worse through the trilogy and the third game was just tedious.

It wasn't that the dialogue is cheezy (it was from the very first game) or that the controls are clunky (that hasn't changed either), but that the puzzles seemed to me to be FAR more tedious and the plot completely fell apart.

The first one kept some Indiana Jones flair going, which was what appealed to me as a HUGE fan of the Indy franchise, but they just couldn't, in my opinion, keep momentum to the end of the trilogy.

The fact that there is not one fully likeable character throughout the whole series doesn't help. Adam is the best of the lot because he is sometimes genuinely funny, but he also comes out with some crap that makes me cringe. Evelyn just does not come off right to me; its better in this game than the second, but she comes off as a ♥♥♥♥♥y know-it-all throughout the series. And the villains are just great big bundles of overused plot devices.

I just can't, in good conscience, recommend this one, especially with a meager 100 minute play time.
War dieses Review hilfreich? Ja Nein Lustig
2 von 2 Personen (100%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
3.5 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 17. Juli
TL;DR: Nice conclusion of Adam's Venture series of puzzle adventures.

Let me start by informing you that you should really be looking at Episodes 1 and 2 first or else you'll probably be rather confused of the plot and its twists in this one, because Episode 2 ended in a tense cliffhanger. Nevertheless, I'll keep this review free of any significant spoilers.

Series puts you in the boots of Adam Venture, an adventurer-archaeologist of less renown than he thinks. However, he and his father's research group have made an interesting archaeological lead and got basically unlimited funds from a suspicious Big Corporation to go about it. While in Episode 1 and 2 you were investigating the fruits and twigs of this arrangement, Episode 3 begins by showing how it all actually started before rolling you back to resolve the cliffhanger. Quite a nice way to build the pace towards the climactic ending, really.

Episode 3 has by far the most difficult puzzles of the series, which is only a good thing. Especially the lock puzzle (however bizarre it is to have it there in the first place) of the beginning was deliciously challenging to the point of being frustrating. It took me several hours of trying to solve the multi-linear equation I devised to model it until I saw the simplicity behind it. Why'd father have to lock the door with such an elaborate design I can only account to his eccentricities.

In effect the puzzle difficulty is stepped up (still a good thing) but for many of them their placement makes less sense than in Episode 2. To list a few examples defusing an explosive makes sense (and it's cool!) as does fixing a windmill or car, but a logic puzzle door lock does not, several labyrinths on the way out of tomb make even less sense (to me anyway) and quite frankly a puzzle of arranging ladders to get up a bookshelf just feels forced.

Graphics are fine but the dynamic shadow issue of characters has bugged the series all the way from Episode 1. So characters have a shadow but it looks wrong because the shadows of other objects behave differently. For instance, standing on a rock might show Adam's shadow but not the rock's: effectively Adam's shadow hangs on the ground, starting from nothing like he was levitating in mid-air. This becomes relevant again in few instances in Episode 3 where you have to do some basic 3D platforming and assess where you are jumping. There's not much of it but combined with the fixed camera angle it's moderately annoying.

If you already played Episode 1 and 2 you should know what to expect from Episode 3. It's good enough to enjoy but not a classic-worth puzzle adventure. After the cliffhanger of Episode 2 it is fairly obvious to an average player how the story unfolds. Curiously enough they have managed to tie the Bible-themed subtitle to the plot even in the conclusion chapter in both of its meanings.

As a single game, Episode 3 is nice but it wouldn't make right to regard it separately of the series. The series itself has an interesting story, annoying but not totally unlikable stereotypical characters and some very nice puzzles that make you feel clever if you solve them yourself. My game time with the series was about 2.5 to 3 hours per game - this third one took 3.5 hours, out of which about 1 hour was overthinking the lock puzzle while in-game. That makes it a shortish series. I'd recommend getting all of it with The Complete Pack on sale (like this week it's -75% / 3.25 €) as it is already several years old series and it shows.
War dieses Review hilfreich? Ja Nein Lustig
4 von 7 Personen (57%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
1 Person fand dieses Review lustig
1.3 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 20. Februar
Adam's Venture is a simple puzzle adventure game that has an Uncharted feel, yet has no action and has very repetitive puzzles. The game is broken up into 3 episodes, where each episode is about 90 minutes long. The character's movement is glitchy which can cause some issues during some platforming sequences. The graphics and voice acting are OK, however if you're looking for an adventure game you should look towards games made by TellTale or LucasArts.
War dieses Review hilfreich? Ja Nein Lustig