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Mike Salbato
New Screens & Trailer for The Raven Legacy of a Master Thief
You won't have to look very hard to find these.
07.15.13 - 8:06 PM

The Raven — Legacy of a Master Thief's release is nearly upon us, and Nordic Games has released both new screen shots and a new trailer for the title. The trailer is narrated by Marco Rosenberg, Executive Producer at King Art Games, The Raven's developer. In it, he explains that the game pays tribute to both gangster movies from the 60s & 70s and classic Agatha Christie crime stories.

Be sure to give Stephen's preview a read, and see the new screen shots in our gallery. Be on the lookout for a review of The Raven's first chapter in the near future!

The Raven — Legacy of a Master Thief Chapter I: The Eye Of The Sphinx releases on July 23rd for PC, Mac, and Linux. The game will also be coming to the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 later this summer.

In the meantime, you can play The Raven — Interactive Graphic Novel, a prequel to the main story that sets up the backstory of the lead characters' rivalry. The graphic novel is free, and available via browsers, iOS, and Android.


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