I loved the game. I read through some comments about some things not being “Historically Accurate”; well, the thing is, as much as the author writes using accurate historical settings, they’re not obligated to go 100% all the way, after all it is a fiction story. From everything that I got through my playthroughs, to me (a person who loves to read and study about human history and such) it was very well written. (I do not claim to be an PHd or anything, I read and study for a hobby.) About NB persons (Sam and the Amazonian) and queer characters for example, to be 100% historic accurate on the story it would be truly bad, because it would make the narrative much more dark and sad, and I believe that was not the author’s intention. I grew up watching Indiana Jones movies and imagining myself as an intrepid archeologist saving and discovering relics and beating bad guys, and this game delivered me this opportunity in an awesome way!
I must say that there are some minor spelling errors in some parts, I can write then down here later.
Some things got me confused though; In the 30’s London there were Italian Mob? (gotta look about that, I found very interesting) To me it was a little bit confusing all the chapter of London, maybe rereading I can understand better. One thing that I was hoping for would be more character customization, like hair type, length, color, eye color, etc. I love making those. (I know it’s silly.)
Of all the chapters, my favourite was of the central africa. MY GOD. It was so nerve wracking and thrilling, I was on my toes the entire chapter. I must say that I almost reseted the game twice at this point because I wanted to chance my choices.
I must say I was hoping for some adventure on South America (It’s my home, I must give preference! ) but the end of the game and what I’ve read here makes me believe that maybe we’ll see some South American adventure next; hoping for it!!
I digress, damn I wrote a lot. I loved it, thank you and I’ll be waiting for the second book!!