Up until this point, Dreamfall Chapters has taken place almost entirely in two sprawling cities, one in a fantasy world and one in a sci-fi world. In Book Four: Revelations we finally leave the cities and see some of the stunning locales the fantasy world has to offer.
The fourth episode of Dreamfall: Chapters, Red Thread Games’ sequel to the classic Longest Journey adventure game series, is out this week—on December 3, Thursday, to be exact. The trailer announcing the release date is above, and you can find our impressions of the first three episodes here, here and here.
With all the world building and character introductions out of the way, it’s finally time to reveal some mysteries and get the adventure on its way.
I just finished the second book of Dreamfall Chapters, yet I still feel like I am waiting for the story proper to get going.
I am a huge fan of The Longest Journey franchise, so you can bet the moment the Kickstarter for Dreamfall Chapters went online I threw my money at it. And now that the first chapter is out, let me say that it's not the most exciting opening, but it does do some serious world building.
With the first episode of Dreamfall Chapters coming out today, now is the perfect time for me to inform you why you should play The Longest Journey and Dreamfall. (Spoiler: it's because they are awesome.)
Recently game studio Red Thread ran a competition to include fan-made music in revered adventure revival Dreamfall Chapters. Or at least, they tried to.
If you like point-and-click adventure games and have a heart beating in your chest, you probably like The Longest Journey. And so you were probably happy to hear that Dreamfall Chapters, the next game in the series, had a successful Kickstarter campaign and will be coming to PC.
Dreamfall Chapters: The Longest Journey has five new screenshots to its name—actually stills from the adventure game's upcoming twenty to thirty minute vertical slice demo, which will be shown off in the coming months. The shots star Kian Alvane, one of the game's playable characters. Check 'em out below.
Just as Dreamfall Chapters: The Longest Journey got near its $850,000 funding goal at Kickstarter, developer Red Thread Games put up an early prototype gameplay video.