Agon: Episode 1 - London Scene Pro Reviews
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Agon: Episode 1 - London Scene Reviews5
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|Adventure Gamers||4/5||Sep 30 '03|
|Game Boomers||A-||Oct 28 '03|
|Gamer 2.0||7.2/10||Sep 16 '05|
|Just Adventure||B||Sep 23 '03|
|Quandary Computer Game||4/5||Oct 28 '03|
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"Most of the puzzles in the first episode involve finding clues to clear up the mystery of the anonymous letter and set the story in motion. All of the puzzles in the game are well-integrated into the story, and while they are a challenge, all of the solutions are logical and not of the pull-out-your-hair variety."
"However, London Sceneï¿½s aesthetics go a long way to making this a worthy purchase, and if youï¿½re on the look out for a series of episodic adventure offerings, AGON is just about your only bet, currently."
"Agon is a return to the classic adventure game. While younger gamers have been spoiled by such memory aids as automatic on-screen notes and PDAs, those of us who have been around the adventure block will remember that a pencil and paper used to be a prerequisite for success. Yep, for those without an eidetic memory, this game will be a challenge unless you are prepared to (gasp!) take notes."
"This game really does do well in setting the ambiance. The graphics are finely detailed, especially considering that AGON is a zipped download. I was very impressed. Also you can pan around 360 degrees in most locations with limited vertical movement, and there are lots of opportunities to see your refection in glass surfaces. The music too draws you into the game, it's particularly good. And the voice acting is fine, although there are only two people to converse with, one in the gameworld and one on the phone. All dialogue is subtitled and there is an option to enable subtitles for Hungarian, French and German. If you choose one of the latter various books and documents are also translated."