Jeanne is an excellent response to the “European way of gaming” in the action genre: bright, original, filled with many wonderful finds and creative rethinking. Made filigree – very thoughtful in every aspect. Moreover, with a tremendous reserve for the future – if each aspect of the game is brought to perfection – something fundamental will turn out, a certain Phenomenon. Sincere applause to the authors and all that.
Of course, there is no sense trustingly reaching out to this game for all kinds of historical reenactors, fans of thoughtful authenticity, fans of the legendary Jeanne. All of them are better off reading literature, watching a great movie with Lily Sobeski’s awesome game, or, at worst, a simple piece of artwork by Luc Besson. It is unlikely that their consciousness Continue reading