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Deadfall Adventures
Deadfall Adventures

PC | Xbox 360
Genre: Adventure
Developer: The Farm 51 Official Site: http://www.thefarm51.com/ind...
Release Date:
30th July 2013
Saturday, 16 November 2013
Post by Eorl @ 11:32am 16/11/13 | 0 Comments
The Farm 51's Indiana Jones-styled treasure hunter title Deadfall Adventures is out today and intends to crank up the meaning of the term ‘adventurer’ to a whole new level in this action-driven, death-defying voyage. Players are tasked with trawling through the ruins of the temples of the Mayan jungle, coming across dark supernatural life forms as they try to locate the Heart of Atlantis.

To help us uncover the hidden secrets of the budget titles is Indiana Jones wannabe Kosta Andreadis who takes a look at just what Deadfall Adventures has to offer for those eager to seek the treasure of their life.
Having a protagonist who almost exclusively speaks in sarcastic one liners outside of the narration is a sure fire way to create a rift between them and the player, something the majority of game developers have yet to learn over the course of decades. Of course this can be excused in cases where the set pieces and sequences are far more memorable than the narrative, which is par for the course in a lot of action-centric games - which Deadfall Adventures is only some of the time.
Click here for our Deadfall Adventures review.