Dance of Death: Du Lac &amp; Fey
The road to failure is paved with good intentions. The developers love for the literary version of Victorian London and the works of Marion Bradley are evident. Their ability to create a compelling narrative game however, is not. Technical limitations, scenes that are little more than alpha stage concept art, underdeveloped characters that fail to connect with players in any meaningful way and a complete absence of puzzles or emotionally resonant story beats, make Dance of Death very hard to recommend.