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Curse of the Raven's biggest failing is that you just don't really care about anything you're doing. If you push forward, it's because you feel like playing a game, not because you're particularly interested in finding out what happens next or because the gameplay is just so darn addictive that you can't pull yourself away. It's not as atmospheric as it could (or perhaps should) be, and your socks will most definitely stay firmly put as you experience its well worn tropes and devices, but Curse of the Raven does at least make sure you have plenty to do. The game's three "novellas" and a bonus adventure will keep you searching and puzzling for a good while – though you'll likely think twice about walking through graveyards by the time you're done.