This guide features a walkthrough to The Raven: Remastered - an adventure game split into three chapters. The first chapter, The Eye of the Sphinx, ended when the main protagonist, constable Anton Zellner, is put to sleep by doctor Gebhardt. The second chapter, titled "Ancestry of Lies", starts a few minutes later, when the protagonist remains under the effect of the drug. Because of that the graphics might look like the GPU is malfunctioning - it is an intentional effect. The third chapter - A Murder of Ravens - finishes the whole story and enables the player to control another character - Patricia.
The adventure starts in the famous Orient Express...
In the game the players are controlling the constable Anton Jacob Zellner from Switzerland. He is introduced during a journey through the Alps in Orient Express. This won't be the only location the player will visit while solving criminal puzzles. Among the visited locations there is a cruise ship and Cairo. Dialogues are important in the game - they help the player in discovering important facts and events related to the story.
Chapter 1 - Switzerland
Chapter 2 - Ah, Venice!
Chapter 3 - On the ship
Chapter 4 - Cairo
Chapter 5 - Zurich
Chapter 6 - Ship
Chapter 7 - On the ship
Chapter 8 - Cairo (part 2)
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About The Raven Remastered Game Guide
Author : Henryk "Tur" HAT for gamepressure.com
last update : March 23, 2018
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The Raven Remastered Video Game
- genre: Adventure
- developer: KING Art Games
- publisher: THQ Nordic / Nordic Games
- platform: PC, PS4, XONE
The plot of The Raven Remastered starts in 1964, when an ancient ruby is stolen from the British Museum. A black feather is found at the crime scene, suggesting that the thief is the famous burglar known as the Raven. One of the game's three protagonist, Constable Anton Jakob Zeller sets out to solve the mystery and arrest the criminal. The task is made no easier by the fact that the constable is rather inexperienced in this type of investigation and knows similar cases only from crime novels.