Penny Arcade Adventures: On the Rain-Slick Precipice of Darkness, Episode One User Reviews
Based on the Penny Arcade webcomic series, Penny Arcade Adventures: On The Rain-Slick Precipice Of Darkness Episode One (say that three times really fast) is actually a rather simple RPG that feels like a combination of Final Fantasy 4-9 and the Mario RPGs, while having aspects ripped out of those old point and click adventure games. Having said that, unless you feel like every RPG/adventure game has to be complex in order to be worth your time, this is definitely something worth trying out. I, myself, am particularly picky with RPGs, and even though this is quite simple, it's actually rath...
Great sense of humor
Graphics are decent
Get to build your own character
Very easy to pick up and play
A little bit on the pricey side
Character building options are limited
Low replay value
The story sometimes makes little sense
Nearly ten years ago a phenomenon began by creative talents Jerry Holkins and Mike Krahulik in the form of a web comic. Surviving on mere donations during it's early stages, it quickly became a profitable business that has led to a yearly gaming convention known as PAX and has started a very profitable charitable organization known as Child's Play.
The Penny Arcade web comic strip has grown to epic proportions in no time, and it was only a matter of time before it became a video game. After all that is what the strip is about, so it was pretty inevitable. And even though they have shown m...