Adam’s Venture: Origins review

Adventure puzzle game Adam’s Venture: Origins is the second remaster from the original in 2009, it brings new visuals and animations. Sadly it’s not an adventure you should embark on, read why in this review!

 

THE GOOD!

  • While the graphics are from an early Xbox 360 game, the artstyle is pretty impressive. Every level has some eye-catchers that scream for attention. A shame that the art style is put to waste with the disappointing visuals.
  • Soundtrack is really, really good. The one and only  good thing about Adam’s Venture Origins.
  • Most puzzles are fun and challenging, although you have a few weird things too that make things extra complicated.

THE BAD!

  • I missed some kind of collectibles so you are encouraged to explore the world.
  • Some of the worst voice acting I ever experienced in a game. I don’t understand that someone thought this was okay for the game. And with that terrible voice acting comes bad writing too.
  • Graphics wise the game performs bad, textures are messy, lots of frame rate issues and much pop up.
  • This should be a €20 game.. it’s €50 (on launch)
  • Woody animations

Conclusion

Score 40% | Unfortunately I can’t say much positive about the game. Puzzle solving fans will surely have some fun with Adam but that  comes with a lot of frustration.  With terrible voice acting, bad graphics and overall weird design choices it’s very hard to recommend this game. (sorry developers)

 

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