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The Raven: Legacy of A Master Thief Trilogy Is Now Complete

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'The Raven - Legacy of a Master Thief' is a thrilling crime adventure in three chapters from the creators of 'The Book of Unwritten Tales'. Full of twists and turns, it immerses you in both sides of the story, combining thrill-of-the-chase whodunit with the risk and reward of a heist story.
In this last week it has been updated so it now has all three chapters available for your pleasure.

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  • King Art's thrilling crime adventure – full of twists and turns – immerses you in both sides of the story, combining elements of classic whodunit and heist stories
  • Cinematic presentation with hundreds of camera angles and dozens of cutscenes
  • Optional puzzles and scoring system for adventure game veterans
  • Notebook and help function for adventure game newcomers
  • Breathtaking real-time 3D graphics in full HD

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Orkultus Sep 29, 2013
Been waiting for a deal. Just picked up the Deluxe edition. :)
s_d Sep 29, 2013
Getting this title working correctly on Ubuntu 12.04 LTS, with Intel HD 4000 (Ivy Bridge) graphics was quite a challenge around release time.  They've patched it two or three times (that I'm aware of) and the Steam forums claim that stuff is working (?), but also KING Art was claiming at some point that the proper response for support would be to simply exclude 12.04 as a supported version (which was upsetting).

Aside from that, I only spent ~20 minutes validating it, and it was fun, though, I think the weak graphics adapter was the cause of some frame-drops and choppiness in the introductory cut-scene.  I'm definitely looking forward to a trouble-free experience playing it, and I love the concept.
Cheeseness Oct 2, 2013
I finished part three last week. Aside from a few pathfinding issues, the only problems I encountered were cosmetic (some awkward lip sync animations and a problem with close ups of dark scenes, such as when fishing in the medbay bin).

We had Marco Rosenberg from King Art join us a couple of weeks ago when we started playing part one for Game Club. They put a lot of attention into making it plausible that any of the characters could be responsible, although people's pant legs tend to identify them in shots where they're presumably meant to be anonymous.

It's a shame you're having troubles, s_d. Where abouts did you get the response regarding excluding Ubuntu 12.04?
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