Quest For Infamy Review Round-Up

by on Jul.18, 2014, under featured, quest for infamy

Quest For Infamy has been has been out for just slightly over a week now and reviews have been pouring in from various review outlets. So why don’t we take a look at what some of the reviewers out there thought of our game?Mouse N’ Joypad:“Quest For Infamy is a game that celebrates and builds upon its legacy. It takes one of the most lucrative genres of the (relatively) old days, slaps some RPG on top of it and adds hilarious commentary for good measure. This is the best example of an old-school game done right.”Gamezebo:“The result is a game that is nearly perfect in its presentation—its characters, dialogue, puzzles, and world are brilliant in their combination of believable depth and ridiculousness”Sticky Trigger:“Fans of the old Sierra games will lap this up without hesitation. Its a great homage to the age old Point and Click adventure, and it pulls it off flawlessly.”Infotainment News:“This is a fun throwback type of game with a sense of humor and purposefully retro-graphics.   It has a few quirks here and there but overall seems like a lot of fun”Leviathyn:“it should not be missed by anyone with fond memories of Sierra’s golden age.”Gamebreak:“It’s a blast from the past that doesn’t take itself serious and does a wonderful job at balancing brilliance with slapstick buffoonery!”It’s humbling to see that so many enjoyed Quest For Infamy and that adventure games can still connect with gamers everywhere. We hope you’re enjoying the game game and we’d like to thank you, the community for all the support. Until next time.Gonçalo GonçalvesSocial Media AssociatePhoenix Online Studios

Quest For Infamy has been has been out for just slightly over a week now and reviews have been pouring in from various review outlets. So why don’t we take a look at what some of the reviewers out there thought of our game?

Mouse N’ Joypad:

Quest For Infamy is a game that celebrates and builds upon its legacy. It takes one of the most lucrative genres of the (relatively) old days, slaps some RPG on top of it and adds hilarious commentary for good measure. This is the best example of an old-school game done right.

Gamezebo:

The result is a game that is nearly perfect in its presentation—its characters, dialogue, puzzles, and world are brilliant in their combination of believable depth and ridiculousness

Sticky Trigger:

Fans of the old Sierra games will lap this up without hesitation. Its a great homage to the age old Point and Click adventure, and it pulls it off flawlessly.

Entertainment Buddha:

“The humor present in the dialogue and the level of detail and dedication from the combined efforts of the writers, artists, and musicians, does show that Quest For Infamy deserves merit and praise”

Infotainment News:

This is a fun throwback type of game with a sense of humor and purposefully retro-graphics.   It has a few quirks here and there but overall seems like a lot of fun

Leviathyn:

it should not be missed by anyone with fond memories of Sierra’s golden age.

Gamebreak:

It’s a blast from the past that doesn’t take itself serious and does a wonderful job at balancing brilliance with slapstick buffoonery!

Capsule Computers:

I enjoyed the game immensely and I’d urge anyone interested to get the game and get ready to spend some time laughing and racking up your brain

It’s humbling to see that so many enjoyed Quest For Infamy and that adventure games can still connect with gamers everywhere. We hope you’re enjoying the game game and we’d like to thank you, the community for all the support. Until next time.

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Gonçalo Gonçalves
Social Media Associate
Phoenix Online Studios


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