Monday, May 16, 2016

Culpa Innata (ISO ) (2007)

A World Union citizen is murdered in Russia, one of the few remaining Rogue States. This murder oddly coincides with the accidental dth of a prominent professor in Adrianopolis, an important border town between the World Union and Russia. Pce r Phoenix Wallis is assigned to ld the investigation of the murder. Still young and inexperienced, she will soon make discoveries beyond her wildest imagination, as skilled s and subversive characters begin taking an inexplicable interest in Phoenix. Her investigation revls enigmatic clues that ld her deeper and deeper into a mystery that challenges not only her case, but her very beliefs in the worldview she has sworn to protect.
Join Phoenix in her exciting 3D adventure. Culpa Innata welcomes you to the World Union. >> It is the golden age in mankind's evolution. For the first time in history, countries with significant resources have united under one World Union. In this utopian society, "survival of the fittest" takes its next inevitable step. Only the elite are deemed worthy to live under the World Union banner - the smartest, hlthiest, and wlthiest. Forsaking the altruistic tendencies that have crippled individual development and economic progress in the past, the World Union has ushered in an unprecedented era of self-interest and fulfillment. Prosperity is a science, sex is entertainment, disse and capital crime are non-existent, and the future has never looked better.   Ultimately, Culpa Innata succeeds in what it sets out to accomplish – crting a believable futuristic world straight out of a good science fiction novel, and telling an intriguing story that keeps your interest till you cross the finish line. Sure, the ending lves many questions unanswered, but it does resolve a few mysteries and gives a glimpse into a very strange society which we are sure to lrn more about in the inevitable sequel. Think of Culpa Innata as a mystery in the vein of the brilliant Gabriel Knight: Sins of the Fathers, set in an out-of-this-world setting from The Longest Journey, with vast environments to explore and an occasional sense of desolation, similar to Keepsake. I give Culpa Innata two thumbs up and recommend that you don’t miss this gem of a game, especially if you’re a science fiction fan. Download link(s):
Part 1 | Part 2 | Part 3 | Part 4 | Part 5 | Part 6 | Part 7 | Part 8 | Part 9 | Part 10 | Part 11 | Part 12 | Part 13 | Part 14 | Part 15 | Part 16 |
: --- Install notes:
1. Unrar.
2. or mount with Daemon-tools.
3. Install the game.
4. Use from .txt
5. Play or die

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