The Raven – Legacy of a Master Thief available now on PlayStation Network

Nordic Games is pleased to announce that The Raven – Legacy of a Master Thief has launched on the PlayStation®Network in Europe, and is available for £19.99 for all episodes. In North and South America, The Raven will launch on January 14th 2014.

 

All three episodes of The Raven, ‘The Eye of the Sphinx’, ‘Ancestry Of Lies’, and ‘A Murder Of Ravens’ are being released simultaneously today.

Get it here:
http://ow.ly/snXoC

Beautifully animated, this adventure is a daring hunt across 1960s Europe where players journey through thrilling atmospheres and stunning environments with the aim of catching the infamous art burglar -The Raven. Players will need to follow the notorious thief’s trademark black feathers in the quest to capture him and finally put his crime spree to an end.

“Yet again, we’ve put everything into the latest console version to deliver the same experience on different peripheral devices,” says Martin Kreuch, Producer at Nordic Games. “With the release on the PlayStation®Network, we finished the third and final chapter in terms of available platforms (1. PC/Mac/Linux, 2. Xbox Live)”

The Raven combines the thrill of the chase ‘whodunit’ with the risk and reward of a heist story where players get to experience both sides of the story as the investigator and the thief. Paying tribute to Agatha Christie’s crime stories and gangster movies from the 60s and 70s, The Raven is set to be a thrilling episodic journey.

All three episodes for The Raven – Legacy of a Master Thief are out today on the PlayStation®Network, and are also available for PC (Windows/MAC/Linux) and Xbox Live for Xbox 360.

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