Posts Tagged ‘The Blackwell Legacy’

Wot I Think: The Blackwell Epiphany

By Richard Cobbett on April 24th, 2014.

Wait! I'm from the future! I just finished the game and came back to ask exactly who you are, because this doesn't actually make that much sense as an opening! I don't mean that as a huge thing! It's really cool! I just want to know if I missed something!

Dave Gilbert’s Blackwell Legacy series finally draws a veil over itself today with its final chapter, The Blackwell Epiphany. But does even New York’s unluckiest and most underpaid medium stand a ghost of a chance of ending things on a high in this spirited finale? Here’s Wot I Think…

There’s little harder to write than a good ending. For every Breaking Bad, there’s a Lost, a Dexter, a Mass Effect 3. It has to both raise the stakes to the point that nothing else could hope to be as fitting, to add closure after years of investment in the story and characters, and – arguably hardest of all – to stay true to the reasons that made the world give a damn about that closure in the first place.

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The Blackwell Epiphany Will Be The Last In The Series

By John Walker on February 13th, 2014.

Wadjet Eye Games, the studio I would credit with being the forerunners of the current adventure resurgence, has announced the final Blackwell game. The Blackwell Epiphany will be the final outing for Rosa Blackwell and Joey Mallone, the intrepid alive-n-dead pair who have been guiding lost souls to the afterlife since 2006′s The Blackwell Legacy. This time out, the soul they’re trying to save is Joey’s own.

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